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At Flotilla, the Floating Warren Pavilion broadcasted audio-based artworks from their off shore pirate radio station on 102.5FM. In the wake of Flotilla, listen back to lectures, artist talks, and dinner table conversations.

Luis Jacob presents “Vacant Lots & Tangled Gardens, ” a lecture on demolition and occupancy in Toronto’s artistic and physical landscape.

Luis Jacob presents “Vacant Lots & Tangled Gardens,” a lecture on demolition and occupancy in Toronto’s artistic and physical landscape.

Listen to PEI artist Russell Louder discuss “Humble Pie ,” a performance in which they recite a manifesto on whiteness and cultural appropriation, while getting pied in the face each time they recite the words I, Me, or Mine.

Listen to PEI artist Russell Louder discuss “Humble Pie,” a performance in which they recite a manifesto on whiteness and cultural appropriation, while getting pied in the face each time they recite the words I, Me, or Mine.

Listen to Stih & Schnock present LIFE~BOAT , an artistic research project on boats and utopia.

Listen to Stih & Schnock present LIFE~BOAT, an artistic research project on boats and utopia.

Listen to CARFAC Maritimes’ Old Time Radio Show , featuring classic 1968 CanCon and discussions of arts worker’s rights.

Listen to CARFAC Maritimes’ Old Time Radio Show, featuring classic 1968 CanCon and discussions of arts worker’s rights.

Listen to Sooyeong Lee present “Mindful Practice: Kitchen as Studio ” around the dinner table with guests, while serving Miyeokgook.

Listen to Sooyeong Lee present “Mindful Practice: Kitchen as Studio” around the dinner table with guests, while serving Miyeokgook.

Listen to underwater and airborne field recordings  by artists Lindsay Dobbin and Andrew Maize, taken aboard the Floating Warren Pavilion.

Listen to underwater and airborne field recordings by artists Lindsay Dobbin and Andrew Maize, taken aboard the Floating Warren Pavilion.

Listen to D’Arcy Wilson perform “The Memorialist: Keynote Address, ” in which the artist sings in memorium to the animals at the first public zoological gardens in North America.

Listen to D’Arcy Wilson perform “The Memorialist: Keynote Address,” in which the artist sings in memorium to the animals at the first public zoological gardens in North America.

Listen to “The Foreshore Listens,”  a series of audio zines based on the Foreshore discussion sessions with Lindsay Dobbin, Harmony Wagner, Marie Bruge, and Journée sans culture.

Listen to “The Foreshore Listens,” a series of audio zines based on the Foreshore discussion sessions with Lindsay Dobbin, Harmony Wagner, Marie Bruge, and Journée sans culture.