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2023

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a hand holding an open coconut with vegetation in the background

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Kept Alive Within Us

September 21.2023 / December 30.2023

This group exhibition that explores various rituals related to the everyday and the natural environment through art by those who hold cultural ties to the Caribbean.

a black and white photo of Hunkpapa Lakota leader Sitting Bull from the shoulders-up. Another black and white photo below shows men around a dead whal

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Carl Beam: Pieces of a Puzzle

September 14.2023 / December 17.2023

This exhibition of works by Manitoulin Island-based artist Carl Beam probes the interstices of history, politics, science, materiality, and Indigeneity.

a jacket made of blue and brown pieces of fabric, each with varied textures and designs including fish and Japanese characters. An ink painting of two fish is in a white circle in the center

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The Third Scenario

September 14.2023 / December 17.2023

The Third Scenario examines the act of art making through hyphenated conditions and what it means to create while being Asian and living in Canada.

A painting with abstract pink, green, and yellow shapes in the background, featuring a sleeping person with black hair and a white shirt in the bottom right hand corner

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Samuelle Grande: Out of the blue

July 14.2023 / September 3.2023

This exhibition highlights Grande’s distinct visual lexicon culled from her experiences as well as cultural sources – symbolic references that coalesce in surreal, painterly compositions.

An artwork in colours of yellow, black, and gray depicts two bridges under construction over a river with buildings in the background.

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Alison Norlen: Armatures and Imaginaries

May 25.2023 / September 10.2023

Incorporating elements of local lore as well as the evolving built landscape, Norlen’s large-scale drawings explore the effects of time and the play of memory and imagination that results.

an arrangement of passageways made up of doors with glass panes with three wooden chairs sitting between them installed in a gallery space

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José Luis Torres: Temporary Territories

May 19.2023 / September 3.2023

The constructions of José Luis Torres evoke the prolonged ambiguity and estrangement inherent in experiences of immigration and exile.

A close-up of sun sparkling on deep blue waves of water

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Chelsea Ryan: be(hold)-ing

May 19.2023 / July 9.2023

Chelsea Ryan combines diaristic practices with digital technologies to record the still, transient, and enduring moments she notices of everyday life.

A photograph of 7 panels hung behind a white wall, containing the same photo. These panels each have text panels below.

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Kara Springer: Death Defying Acts and Everyday Abstractions

January 19.2023 / April 30.2023

This work chronicles the artist’s experience of pregnancy amid reports of high maternal mortality rates experienced by Black women in the U.S.

Five molded sculptures of faces with cracked appearances piled randomly on top of each other

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Insoon Ha: Dirge

January 19.2023 / April 30.2023

Taking root during pandemic lockdowns, this installation acknowledges loss while offering a space for grief and mourning.

Vintage pachinko machine with a blue background and silver balls and other parts

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Jason Lujan: Under a Star-Filled Sky

January 19.2023 / April 30.2023

Connecting aspects of Indigenous cosmology to wider cultural meanings, this exhibition speaks to the idea of seeing through space.

A photograph of a piece of work that has flower patterns, with other unique shapes and colours. There’s a text on the work that reads “FATE IN YOUR HANDS.”.

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Creative Dissent

January 19.2023 / May 14.2023

This exhibition speaks to the connections between art and social activism and to the visual aesthetics that emerge from protest.

A photograph of a person in the desert holding a white umbrella. The umbrella has text around the edge that reads "End the arms race not the human race.”

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Mary Kelly: To Witness the Future

January 19.2023 / May 14.2023

The first exhibition to explore pioneering feminist artist Mary Kelly’s long engagement with activist movements.


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