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Dissident Family exhibited at the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, Toronto, October 13-December 13, 2015. "Sliding," from FBI Family exhibited at TDSB@PCVA : a juried exhibition at Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts, of works by teachers from the Toronto District School Board, February 1-12, 2012 FBI Family exhibited at Toronto Free Gallery (part of the Mayworks Festival), May 11-29, 2011 FBI Family exhibited at Ellington’s Music and Café, Nov 5, 2010-Jan 2, 2011 FBI Family exhibited at Junction Arts Festival Poetry House, September 8-12, 2010. In Living Memory (video) screened at Trinity Square Video, purchase collection, 2003. In Living Memory (video) screened on Women’s Television Network, 1998 In Living Memory (video) screened at over 25 festivals across North America in 1997-1998, including three festivals, Inside Out in Toronto, The Jewish Museum in Berkeley and the New York Expo of Short Film, where it won awards. We’ve Got a Story to Tell, a video co-produced with Liz Herlich for Storylinks at Storylinks conference on literacy, February 1994. Soul Migrations a photo collage/essay, Imaging Our Histories: Re:creating Family and Community, Mayworks Festival, 1993. In Living Memory, a photo essay, Imaging Resistance: A Group Exhibit of Community Photographers, Mayworks Festival, 1992. As Jews We Cannot Live as a Coercive People: A Photostory co-produced with Rachel Epstein, Committed Photography: A Group Exhibit Exploring the Uses of Photography in Community Action, Mayworks Festival, 1991. Tempest in a Teapot photographic/video installation in Irreverent Visions: An Exhibition of Lesbian Art, A Space, 1990. Tempest in a Teapot Regeneration, curated by Christine Conley at Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, 1990.