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Transformed through architectural interventions, video, and photo-choreographic scores, Gallery TPW is envisioned as a dance studio and school that seeks to address a guiding conceptual question: “What is a Black. Dance. Curriculum. Today?” Here “Black dance” is intended not just to point to the canon of African diasporic dance but to the perpetually unstable condition and resiliency of Black life in Canada and the United States.
Through material, colour and sound, Boney asks us to consider history, its weight, and the relationship we have to our collectively created ephemera.
Through a variety of different media, this group of female empowered artists aim to reposition the traditional western gaze, and reclaim the gendered body.
In this show artist Kim-Lee Kho is interested in the visceral and emotional experience of our human hearts, of the life and connections we can find inside, outside and between our heartspaces.
This unique Sunday morning experience offers visitors a rare chance to explore the exhibition alongside its curator, Meredith Chilton, before the Museum opens to the public.
Join us for join us for a lively lecture by curator Meredith Chilton in which she will delve deeper into the stories, images, and recipes from both the exhibition and its accompanying publication, The King’s Peas: Delectable Recipes and their Stories from the Age of Enlightenment.
Join art historian Dr. Corrinne Chong for a talk exploring mythology in the riveting and dynamic early works of Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640). Themes will address the Baroque master's synthesis of his inventive use of his literary sources with his bold pictorial style.
What does it mean to imagine a feminist digital voice interface?
AGO marks the 100th birthday of American choreographer Merce Cunningham, one of the most influential figures in modern dance, with a night of performances in Walker Court. This free program is presented in partnership with Fall for Dance North, and will feature live accompaniment by pianist Adam Tendler.
For the North American premiere of If I had the words to tell you we wouldn’t be here now, Sin performs alongside percussionist Nikki Joshi and wears a specially commissioned oceanic costume by Athens-based designer Dimitra Petsa. First performed at Chi Wen gallery in Taipei and later travelled to the 2019 Venice Biennale.
Japanese born, New York-based artist Miho Hatori brings to Jackman Hall a musical exploration of memory, identity and the philosophy of Martinique-born poet and thinker Édouard Glissant.