Jems Presents Rubber Hearts- POLYPOTLUCK
- 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm | Tuesday October 25, 2022
- Form | Ace Hotel Toronto
- 51 Camden St
For our second installment of Rubber Hearts, Renelyn Quinicot leads an evening toward co-creating collective systems of care and support around ethical non-monogamy. Together we’ll discuss and nurture efforts to de-stigmatize and decolonizing the shame & judgments surrounding non-traditional forms of holding intimate relationships with more than one.
Poly Potluck is a chance to connect with like-minded people exploring alternative ways of loving and connecting. It is open to folks currently practising coupled-or solo-non-monogamy and those curious about it too! This event is a *NOURISHMENT ~ EXCHANGE*. So though this time around, there is *no need to bring any food*, the potluck will be the exchange of nourishment in other ways.
Please arrive with a story, resource, reading, or personal inquiry related to the topic of polyamory / Ethically Non-Monogamous (ENM) dating to share to the group. We will have a projector, speakers, and floor and chair seating for open discussions! We will begin and end in a breathwork meditations and somatic releases to ground and process together!
The event will be Pay what you can. All proceeds will go to Choice In Health Clinic, Choice in Health Clinic is a not-for-profit abortion clinic providing safe, quality, comprehensive abortion services.
Upcoming events at Ace Hotel Toronto
Shorts In Conversation - Curated by OPC at Interspace
Our series, “Shorts In Conversation,” makes a moment for cinema and dialogue. We invite an organization to curate a showing of films alongside their makers, followed by the directors in dialogue about their craft. The narrative and commercial film production company OPC will curate shorts this month.
Shorts In Conversation - Curated by Images Festival Works by Eve Tagny at Interspace
Our series, “Shorts In Conversation,” makes a moment for cinema and dialogue. We invite an organization to curate a showing of films alongside their makers, followed by the directors in dialogue about their craft. As part of the A!R program at Ace Toronto, we invite A!R partner, Images Festival to curate the program with the respective artist in resident. This iteration will feature work by Eve Tagny and other filmmakers.