PWYC REGISTRATION for:

Bike Tube Flogger-making Workshop with DAYNA DANGER
Sunday, April 22 from 2-4 pm | Studio TBD at Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw Street, Toronto, ON M6J 2W5

Make your own mini flogger from rubber bike tubes in this hands-on workshop with Dayna Danger, who will be here from Montreal for the opening weekend of FORWARD FACING.

Materials will be provided. Space is limited so pre-registration is required.

To Register:
To make programs like this more accessible for all, we are offering this workshop on a Pay-What-You-Can basis. Your contribution helps us to cover costs for this and future programs like it (for example, in the interest of transparency, our cost to run this workshop is $70 per participant, comprising mainly the artist’s fee, space rental, and materials).

Critical Distance is committed to paying fair wages and artist’s fees at CARFAC standards as well as reducing barriers to participation in our programs. Any amount (as in: no amount is too large or too small!) that you can contribute is much appreciated and we thank you for your continued support for our programs and initiatives.

To complete your registration and reserve your spot, enter the amount you would like to contribute above and click on “register” to be taken to Paypal. (You are not required to have a Paypal account to make payment — simply click on the credit/debit button below the login form.) Upon payment, your name will be added to the event list, and closer to the date you will receive an email reminder with further details. If you wish to register/pay by cash, please contact us at rsvp (at) criticaldistance (dot) ca to arrange drop-off at the gallery in advance of the workshop. We are unable to accept cheques at this time.

Note that spaces are first come, first served in order of registration and we are limited to 10 spaces, so complete your registration soon to avoid disappointment. Thank you!


image: Dayna Danger, Kandace, 2017