Marissa Largo

Presentations & Teaching

2015
Presenter What does diasporic and racialized art do? Part of Diasporic Intimacies Queer Filipinos/as and Canadian Imaginaries, OCAD University. Artist Dialogue. Jan. 24th, 2015. 519 Church Street Community Centre, Toronto.
Conference Co-Organizer Diasporic Intimacies Queer Filipinos/as and Canadian Imaginaries. Jan. 23 to 24th, 2015. OCAD University. 100 McCaul Street, Toronto, ON.
2014
Panelist Politics, pedagogy, and art The decolonial aesthetic of Marigold Santos’ Coven Ring. For “Pedagogies Otherwise Critical Studies of Race and Education Within and Beyond Schooling.” The American Educational Studies Association (AESA) & The International Association of Intercultural Education (IAIE) Joint conference. November 1, 2014. Hyatt Regency Toronto, Toronto, ON.
Presenter Encounter the Asuang Invisibility and the Decolonial Aesthetic of Marigold Santos’ Coven Ring. Part of the Contesting Multiculturalism panel. Asian Canadian Studies Conference March 28, 2014. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
2013
Presenter Part of the Putting Intersectionality to Work Theory, Research, and Praxis panel. October 23, 2013. Centre for Women's Studies in Education. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
2012
Guest Lecturer 1st and 3rd year Women and Gender Studies courses of Dr. Robert Diaz. November 12, 2012. Wilfid Laurier University, Waterloo, ON.
Presenter Light Graffiti. PhotoEducators Forum 2012. May 11, 2012. Ryerson University, Toronto, ON.
Panelist Asian Canadian Studies Theories, Politics, Pedagogies. The 8th annual Asian Heritage Month Education Roundtable and the 10th annual Asian Heritage Month Lecture. May 2, 2012. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
2011
Presenter The Social, Cultural, and Political Implications of Community-based Filipino Art in the Diaspora. Counterspin 3 Building a Movement for Social Change. Claude T. Bissell, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON.
2011
Presenter The Social, Cultural, and Political Implications of Community-based Filipino Art in the Diaspora. Counterspin 3 Building a Movement for Social Change. Claude T. Bissell, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON.
Presenter Nuit Blanche A Community and Artist Collaboration. Anihan Cultures in the Diaspora Filipino Arts and Academic Showcase, George Ignatieff Theatre, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON.
Presenter Too Asian? TDSB/TCDSB Asian Heritage Month Symposium. OISE, University of Toronto.
Presenter Light Graffiti. PhotoEducators Forum 2011, Sheridan College, Oakville, ON.
Presenter Podcasting 101. PhotoEducators Forum 2011, Sheridan College, Oakville, ON.
2010
Presenter One Foot Here and One Foot There Community Art Education for Filipinos in Canada. TDSB/TCDSB Asian Heritage Month Symposium. OISE, University of Toronto.
Presenter Podcasting 101. PhotoEducators Forum 2010, Sheridan College, Oakville, ON.
Artist Lecture. Community Art Activism. Maleta. International Students Centre, University of Toronto.
2009
Presenter Podcasting 101. PhotoEducators Forum 2009, Sheridan College, Oakville, ON. 
Artist Lecture. Bishop’s University, Sherbrooke, Quebec. 
2007 
Artist Lecture. Galerie MAI, Montréal, arts interculturels, Montreal, QC.
2006 – Present
Teacher at Mary Ward Catholic Secondary School, Centre for Self-Directed Learning, Toronto Catholic District School Board, Toronto, ON. Developed and delivered curriculum for the following courses:
  • Department of Visual Arts:
    • ASM 201 Media Arts, 10
    • TGJ 201 Communication Technology, 10
    • TDJ 201 Technological Design, 10
    • TDJ 3M1 Technological Design, 11
    • ASM 301 Media Arts, 11
    • AVI 103 Visual Arts, 9
    • IDC 301 Applied Journalism, interdisciplinary, locally-developed course
    • IDC 4U1 Applied Journalism, interdisciplinary, locally-developed course
    • AWS 4M1 Computer Arts, 12
    • TGJ 4M1 Communication Technology, 12
  • Other Courses:
    • HRT 3M2 Religion and the Arts, locally-developed course
    • HRT 3M1 World Religions