Visual Arts

Events listing

International Lecture Series - Lauren Cornell

April 30, 2015

Lauren Cornell is the Curator of the 2015 Triennial, Museum as Hub and Digital Projects at the New Museum, New York. She will speak about the New Museum Triennial as well as the impact the internet has had on contemporary art.

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WIVES, feeled

May 2, 2015

WIVES are an all-woman performance collective based in Toronto and Montreal. WIVES make live shows and videos that combine naturalist staging with visceral experience and DIY aesthetics. The product of this combination is feminist fantasy. Their current work aims at the spectacle of professional sports. For HATCH 11 WIVES attempt to imagine an athletics that glorifies instinctual emotion while omitting the binary relations of winner and loser.

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Power Kids - Vintage Scrapbooks

May 3, 2015

This workshop will further explore ideas of identity, memory and how history is constructed by putting together a family scrapbook.

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Sunday Scene: Nadijah Robinson

May 10, 2015

Nadijah Robinson is a visual artist and educator based in Toronto. Her studio practice involves combining found images to create alternative histories and make visual intangible truths.

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Arts and Crafts with Erica Beyea

May 16-18, 2015

Toronto artist and educator Erica Beyea leads in the creation of an original piece circus inspired of art, crafted by participants!

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InterNations/InterSections

August 1, 2015

An assemblage of large-scale installations commissioned for Planet IndigenUS with the support of Toronto 2015 Panamania commission fund, InterNations/InterSections explores the adaptability and ingenuity of travel and transportation for First Nations people in a post-colonial world. With artists Kent Monkman, Kevin Lamure and Kelly Greene.

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