Exhibition Statement (excerpt)
As environmental threats become the major concern for global populations, Tides explores the need to respond to and recognize the growing anthropogenic humanitarian...
Through the power of modern technology, 5 Indigenous artists use their stories to immerse viewers into their lived histories, this collection of works reclaim and unroot the colonial vestiges in art...
After Exclusion, Happy Fruit is an exhibition that celebrates resilience of Chinese people despite the blatant and historical anti-Asian sentiment that Canada’s history bears. 100 years in this...
All are welcome.
This year's AGM will take place via Zoom. Please register to attend.
Come celebrate 100 years of resilience, and find out more about happy fruit with brothers Don Kwan and Ed Kwan (aka China Doll) on a walk-through tour of their exhibition, After Exclusion, Happy...
After Exclusion, Happy Fruit by Ed Kwan & Don Kwan opens Saturday, May 6th! Join us for food, performances, mahjong, and celebrations during Asian Heritage Month and the Kwan brothers’...
Join us for an in-person walkthrough with Protohyve Centre for Innovative Research-Creation curator, Fara and gain insights into the works and practices of the hyphen (-) exhibition's featured artist...
Join us Saturday April 1st for the opening of hyphen (-) featuring works by Pansee Atta, Alejandro Arauz, Sojung Bahng, Emily Pelstring, Véronique Rousseau, Ashley Snook, Manuel Axel Strain, &...
Join us in person for a conversation between Ginnifer Menominee and Franchesca Herbert-Spence to close Migrating Seeds.
No registration required.
We ask that all visitors take a self-test before...
Join us Saturday February 11 for the in-person opening of Migrating Seeds by Ginnifer Menominee, curated by Amin Alsaden.
Vernissage 2:00 – 5:00 PM
Gallery 101 (280 Catherine St)