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MIST, FOAM, DRAINAGE DITCH

Franz Kaka 1485 Dupont St, #208, Toronto

MIST, FOAM, DRAINAGE DITCH Rosa Aiello, Raque Ford, Laurie Kang, Annabeth Marks, Brandon Ndife, Eileen Quinlan Organized by Laurie Kang __ Chinese

Georgia Dickie: Jerky Out, Gnar In

Cooper Cole 1134 Dupont Street, Toronto

COOPER COLE is pleased to present Jerky Out, Gnar In, a solo exhibition of the work of Georgia Dickie.

100 years then and hereafter

Inspired by her excavation of Clarington’s historic archives, Abdallah looks back 100 years into the municipality’s documented history, finding diary entries, political documents, and newspaper headlines with uncanny similarities to the present moment.

Inter/Ruptures at United Contemporary

United Contemporary 1444 Dupont Street in Unit 22, Toronto

Samantha Dennis, Marc Egan, Mel Hayes, Miles Ingrassia, Max Lester, Karim Machado-Aman, Bidemi Oloyede, Colin Rogers & Linda Sormin.

Opening Reception: Inter/Ruptures

United Contemporary 1444 Dupont Street in Unit 22, Toronto

For this group show curated by United Contemporary artists, each of our represented artist selected a guest artist to showcase. The result is an eclectic group exhibition featuring a myriad of artists working in disparate mediums and at varying stages of their career.

Tangled Art Talks: Valentin Brown

Online

Facebook Live Spurred by calls for disability justice and the desire for a more equitable and intersectional future, the disability arts movement

Shirley Wiitasalo

Susan Hobbs Gallery 137 Tecumseth Street, Toronto

Activating the process of movement between one surface/subject to another, this exchange imprints itself on the other, never conforming to an exact system but rather registers the incertitude of becoming, an effervescent process in motion.  

Slow Art Day | Facebook Live

Art Gallery of Ontario 317 Dundas St W, Toronto

On April 10, 2021 join people all over the world and look at art slowly. Pick five works of art and sit with them for 10 minutes each. That's it. Simple by design, the goal is to focus on the art and the art of seeing. The AGO will share five artworks on our Social Media platforms with slow looking prompts, as well.

Slow Art Day 2021 | Saturday Encounters

The Power Plant 231 Queens Quay W, Toronto

TPP staff will select and show three specific artworks for 10 minutes of silent viewing of each. After this silent viewing, everyone who is logged on will be invited to engage in discussion about observations, insights, connections, memories, and more.

Workshop: Emotional Garden by Alex Gregory

Online

Often considered an indicator of spring and a metaphor for renewal, the performance of planting dahlia bulbs elaborates on the importance of care, tenderness and follow-through. Seeds do not need humans to be planted; they will spread and grow as they have for millennia.

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