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A large-scale photo exhibition that shows how Canadians are living through this significant moment in time. Each photograph speaks to the ingenuity, kindness, grief, humour, hope and creativity that have emerged from our shared pandemic experience.
Joi T. Arcand, our Visual Artist-in-Residence, presents a large-scale exhibition that helps us to envision a future where Indigenous languages are once again “in vogue” on Indigenous land.
Artist Marissa Alexander’s joyful installation of clay tiles, The Dancers, celebrates Spring and invites us to dance!
An exploration of portraiture by Winnipeg-based artist Luther Konadu is our new large-scale photography installation for this summer. Part of the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival.
As part of the 2021 DesignTO Festival, Khadija Aziz and Laura Kay Keeling present Layers of Labour of Love, and Laura Kay Keeling presents When It Gets Dark, I Have Shallow Breath.
Drawing inspiration from Métis beadwork, dot art is a contemporary interpretation, where each dot of paint represents a bead. Join Harbourfront Centre’s Indigenous Resource Coordinator, Marissa Magneson, to explore Métis dot art in this live segment.