2019

2019 Exhibitions

805

8/05

October 12 – January 5, 2020

CURATED BY:

HAMZAH AMIN, QURAT DAR AND HOWARD HAMILTON

SENSITIVE CONTENT

This exhibition contains sensitive content which some people may find offensive or disturbing.

Hearth

Hearth: Keep the Home Fires Burning

October 12 – January 5, 2020

CURATED BY MERYAM AHSAN, HUSAM RABAHIA AND ANRAN GUO

Raheel Patel Artist in residence

E.M.A.R. LAB - an incubation space

July 4 – September 22, 2019

Featuring works by: Hamzah Amin, Qurat Dar, Tennille Dowers, Howard Hamilton, Ricardo Hernandez, Jassie Justice and Khaula Mazhar.

 

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Inaabiwin

July 4 – September 22, 2019

Featuring works by: Scott Benesiinaabandan, Hannah Claus, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Meryl McMaster, and Greg Staats.

border crossings

border crossings

March 28 – June 16, 2019

border crossings: creating parallel histories is an interactive community engaged arts project that uses the transformative power of art to challenge preconceived ideas around both literal and metaphorical boundaries. Visitors are invited to share their stories and experiences with crossing borders – geographical, linguistic, spiritual and personal. Through creativity and collaboration, we can recognize and respect the struggles that are a part of many border crossings, and learn to appreciate that sometimes the most incredible creativity lies at the edges of things.

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niigaanikwewag

March 28 – June 16, 2019

GUEST CURATED BY RHÉANNE CHARTRAND

niigaanikwewag acknowledges the ever-presence of Indigenous womxn in the arts through the presentation of notable works by senior, mid-career, and emerging artists to celebrate past, present, and future generations of creative kwes as integral to sustaining the creative spirit of Indigenous communities.

Politics and Space

Politics of Space

Sheridan’s Public Creativity Studio

January 10 – March 15, 2019

 

The Art Gallery of Mississauga partners with the project to present a gallery installation of Politics of Space. From moss walls to mobility, from the aesthetics and architectures of brand and liability, Politics of Space considers what it means to meet the needs of care for bodies moving in and out of institutional place.

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VAM 41 | Annual Juried Show of Fine Arts

January 10 – March 15, 2019

Jurors: Charmaine Lurch, Cole Swanson, Denis Longchamps

2016 - 2020

Past Exhibitions

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