Photo: Bianca Pugliese

Photo: Bianca Pugliese

Language // TCML 2019 is delivered in English. Certain TCML organizers can communicate and correspond in French.

Workshop schedule // TCML has an intensive structure (8 full days of programming). Individual participants can approach organizers if they want to schedule an extended break in their day in order to more comfortably manage the physical, social and emotional demands of full participation in the workshop.

Finances // There is no application fee to apply to TCML. Selected participants pay a $200 CAD registration fee.

Selected participants can identify particular accessibility needs with organizers during registration, such as child care expenses, that we can endeavour to support. If the registration fee is prohibitive, do not let this deter you from applying.

Information Package Options // TCML 2019 program information that appears on this site is reproduced in PDF documents that you can download and print. A version has been prepared using OpenDyslexic, a typeface designed against some common symptoms of dyslexia. We also have a large print version (arial font, 20 point minimum) of the information package. Use the buttons below to view the information packages. We will happily endeavour to reproduce material in other formats upon request.

General // You can contact at any point regarding accessibility measures that can support your involvement in the workshop.

Venue Information

918 Bathurst Centre for Media Culture and Art // Primary venue

918 Bathurst Street, Toronto | website

Directions // 918 Bathurst is a 4-minute walk north from Bathurst Station (a fully accessible transit hub that is served by streetcars, buses, and Subway line 2). Click here for the walking route map.

  • 918 Bathurst is not fully accessible

  • There are three steps to the entrance and a short flight of stairs up to the performance space, as well as down to the basement.

  • Gendered washrooms located in basement

Canadian Music Centre // Secondary venue

20 St. Joseph Street, Toronto | website

Directions // the Canadian Music Centre is within walking distance of three subway stations (Bay and Bloor-Yonge on line 2, Wellesley and Bloor-Yonge on line 1). Bloor-Yonge is the nearest station that is fully accessible, and there is an 8-minute walk from the station to the Canadian Music Centre. Click here for the walking route map.

  • The Canadian Music Centre is fully accessible

  • Gender-neutral washrooms

  • Accessible washroom on the main floor

  • There are two flights of stairs up to the main entrance along the front lawn. A street level entry and elevator access are available through a path and doorway to the right of the steps to the main entrance.