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Conversation

Mayten's Projects 165 Niagara St, Toronto

The exhibition on display is the result of partnerships and other collaborations among nineteen Canadian contemporary artists of different races, colors, genders, and ideologies to evoke the exhibition's core theme of Conversation. The exhibition encompasses sound art, painting, sculpture, assemblage, photography, and multimedia indoor and outdoor installations.

Scott Conarroe: Oberland

Stephen Bulger Gallery 1356 Dundas Street West, Toronto

SCOTT CONARROE  OBERLAND

Shannon Weston: African Identities

Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

This lobby exhibition features figurative ceramic sculptures adorned with tactile designs inspired by African scarification. Scarification is an ancient, body-modifying cultural tradition practiced by various tribal groups throughout Africa. Each piece within this series is inspired by body art from a specific African tribe.

Gordon Shadrach: Trade

United Contemporary 1444 Dupont Street in Unit 22, Toronto

This dynamic new body of work explores the legacy of Black Loyalists, and confronts the past with present through contemporary cultural references. This highly anticipated exhibition will consist of a series of painted works, and textile installations which will include found historical objects. The artist utilizes vintage farming sacks and other textiles to underpin the convergence of historical oppression, systemic racism, and contemporary sports.

Democratizing Mushroom Cultivation

visual arts centre of clarington

The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington is pleased to present the next iteration of our ongoing Loft Space project, Public Space, with

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Fall Exhibitions: Toronto Shuttle Bus Reception

visual arts centre of clarington

Bringing together over 15 local, national and international artists, the Visual Arts Centre of Clarington (VAC) is excited to present 3 exhibitions

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Fall Exhibitions: Opening Reception

visual arts centre of clarington

Bringing together over 15 local, national and international artists, the Visual Arts Centre of Clarington (VAC) is excited to present 3 exhibitions

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Compos(t)ing

visual arts centre of clarington

JP King and Matt Nish-Lapidus are hosting an experimental sonic dialogue at the VAC's Loft Gallery. This performance challenges the behaviour of

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Free Shuttle Bus Tour: Bodies in Conflict

visual arts centre of clarington

Join us for a FREE shuttle bus from OCAD to the VAC for an artist-led tour on Saturday, November 13. Julia Rose

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