Arts and Culture programming celebrates the diverse culture of Toronto and invites students to explore the city and its culture. It also challenges students to take a deeper interest in the arts and discover the creative talents around them through events such as the Nuit Blanche scavenger hunt, music shows and photography lessons! Check out the Student Life Newsletter for updates!
Spirituality and Diversity programming encourages students to challenge not only their views of the world, but also of themselves.
Through the celebration of a plurality of cultures, orientations and opinions, this portfolio aims to foster greater ties throughout the community. On the agenda for this year are events such as Diwali celebrations, movie screenings with discussions and so much more. You won’t want to miss it!
Are you new to Toronto? Do you want to explore the city we study in? The Arts, Culture and Diversity Committee is offering City Tours from 4pm to 5pm on October 1st.
More information to come, keep an eye out!
Are you interested in meeting other students from different cultures and sharing your experiences? Check out CIE’s new Intercultural Learning Program (ILP). This pilot program brings together international and Canadian students for a unique learning experience.
Learn about yourself and your own culture, recognise culture at work in your everyday experiences, develop strategies for life-long intercultural learning and help to shape the work we do at CIE! You will also receive credit on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR) when you complete the program.
Visit uoft.me/ILP for more information and to sign up
Saturday, March 14TH
Hart House East Common Room, 7 Hart House Circle
Innis College Choir will be having our 9th Annual Spring Concert on March 14th, in the Hart House East Common Room. Free admission, free food, and free music! All donations go towards Covenant House Toronto.
Thursday, February 26TH
7PM – 10PM
FREE – REGISTRATION REQUIRED
We proudly announce the official Grand (re)Opening of Innis Town Hall. Please join us for a screening of UofT Alumni David Cronenberg’s latest film MAPS TO THE STARS. Actor and Innis College Alumna Sarah Gadon will be in attendance for a Q & A session hosted by George Stroumboulopolous. Registration is required for this event. Seating is limited so make sure to RSVP well in advance to ensure your spot.
We wish to thank everyone for their involvement, support and patience throughout or renovation process. We’re so pleased to welcome you back!
Thursday, February 19TH
4PM – 6PM
Events Room, Innis Residence, 111 St. George Street
Staying in the residence over reading week? The IRC is having a Chinese New Year’s event on Thursday, February 19th. There will be food and anyone is welcomed to bring any food they’d like to share with people.
Hope that those sticking around the break will come out and enjoy Chinese New Years with the IRC and the Innis Office of Student Life.