This year TOLLÉ explodes out of the cabaret format, while staying true to its essence: political, festive, community-building. This year’s version is off-stage and dispersed over 3 days in response to the chaotic times we live in and the need for a caring return to practice. From revisiting our relationships to time and systems, to actively dismantling white supremacy culture, a myriad of topics clamour for attention.

We are looking for off-stage propositions to be shared in one way or another, with a special place in our hearts for the small and the unusual. Here are some possibilities to get you going : a treasure hunt, door-to-door serenades, augmented reality weirdness, custom objects, interactive games… We can't wait to see what you will propose!

Read the call for submissions here>

Queer Body Politic is an online contemplative space featuring video-performances by a small cross-section of queer-identified Montreal artists, as well as excerpts from interviews with five artists, and an essay.

The project is conceived by Studio 303’s 2019-20 Curator-in-residence, Aaron Pollard. Aaron is a mid-career artist with a long history with Studio 303 as part of the performance duo