Anna Camilleri and Tristan R. Whiston
UPCOMING & CURRENT
Bleecker Coop Memorial Project, a community-engaged public artwork with Bleecker Coop, 2011-2012 ;
CTCHC Project, a community-engaged public artwork with Queen West Community Health Centre and Shout Clinic, 2011-2012;
Trace, a performance and media installation co-created by Tristan R. Whiston and Moynan King, production in August 2012.
Many Hands Make Light Work, 2011, a community engaged public artwork in partnership with the Sherbourne Health Center (18'long x 8'tall); Flux, 2010, The 519 Church Street Community Center, based in the Church/Wellesley neighbourhood, Toronto (27’ long x 5’ wide) ; Making Art and Community Together, 2009, The Co-operative Housing Federation of Toronto project, based in the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, Toronto (4 panels, each 5' wide x 2.5' high); Scape, 2007, Bleecker Street Co-operative community, based in the Cabbagetown neighbourhood, Toronto (17' wide x 5' high) ; Mosaic: A Community Tribute, 2006, Bleecker Street Co-operative community, based in the Cabbagetown neighbourhood, Toronto (12' high x 8' high)
Sounds Siren Red, workshop production in December 2004 (Buddies in Bad Times Theatre) : Sounds Siren Red, full professional production in January 2006 (Alchemy Theatre) ; Sounds Siren Red tour: Victoria, Vancouver, Kingston, Boston and Seattle ; The Acting Out Against Violence Project, a multi phase Ontario-wide public education arts initiative in partnership with Toronto Rape Crisis Centre, and the Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres ; State of the Queer Nation, staged reading in February 2008 (Buddies in Bad Times Theatrre) ; Never Man’s Land, full production in February 2008, Alchemy Theatre ; Still Breathing Fire, full production in July 2008, Vancouver’s 10th Annual Pride in Art Festival.
Camilleri and Whiston have collaborated on many community art projects since 2004, including Central Toronto Youth Services’ Gender Play Theatre Project for 6+ years as Artists in Residence.
SUPPORTERS & COMMUNITY PARTNERS
Neighbourhood Arts Network, Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Ontario Arts Foundation, Toronto Arts Council, Laidlaw Foundation. Sherbourne Health Centre, the 519 Church Street Community Centre, St. Lawrence Community Centre, Central Toronto Youth Services, the Co-operative Housing Federation of Toronto, Bleecker Street Housing Co-operative, OWN Co-operative, the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre, the Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres, Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Pride in Art Festival, Stone Tile International Inc, and Tile City Inc.