(Mus)Interpreted Exhibition at Daniel Spectrum
Sep
14
to Oct 22

(Mus)Interpreted Exhibition at Daniel Spectrum

(Mus)interpreted is a group exhibition showcasing works by emerging young Muslim women who represent a spectrum of identities and realities.
Opening night will be held on September 14th, 6:30 pm-9:30 pm, and the show will run from September 14th - October 22nd at the Daniels Spectrum, 2nd Floor Hallway Gallery. The building is open to the public from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm on weekdays and 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on weekends.

Exhibiting Artists: 
Samaa Ahmed, Ifrah Akram, Yasmin Aly, Ala’ Al-Thibeh, Khadija Aziz, Sameeha Bala, Iman Bhatti, Raya Hadass, Hanan Hazime, Frizz Kid, Zahra Komeylian, Meral Pasha, Shazlin Rahman, Sajeda Rashid, Alia Youssef, Safoura Zahedi, Shameela Zaman, and works from The Truth & Dare Project workshops. 

Curation:
Zahra Agjee and Leila Fatemi

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"That Would Be Fine Too" Artcamp Residency Group Exhibition
Aug
3
to Aug 24

"That Would Be Fine Too" Artcamp Residency Group Exhibition

THAT WOULD BE FINE TOO
Residency Show, 2017

RECEPTION: Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 7 – 10 pm
EXHIBITION RUN: Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 – Sunday, August 24th, 2017.

That Would Be Fine Too showcases work created during the OCAD U x Ryerson Art Camp 2017 residency that took place between May and August. The idea of Rising and Falling was interpreted and re-imagined by a group of 12 multidisciplinary artists with range in subject matter and execution. 

The pieces are personal and crafted with care and work with each other to illustrate that rising and falling can be many things simultaneously; strange, comedic, triumphant and intimate. Through photography, video, and sculpture, we see that working with what we have in attempts to demonstrate theses sensations is all we can really do, which is just fine too.

Artists in Residency:

Sebastián Benítez, Julianna Damer, Fehn Foss, Jana Ghalayini, Atleigh Homma, Kadiejra O'Neal, Kameron Payumo, Ravinder Rai, Emily Sylman, Eric Watters, Becca Wijshijer, Alia Youssef

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"Maximum Exposure 22" at Ryerson University
May
4
to May 24

"Maximum Exposure 22" at Ryerson University

Maximum Exposure is an annual year-end exhibition, held in May, that showcases the work of the best young emerging Canadian and international artists attending Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts. Featured as part of the Scotiabank’s CONTACT Photography Festival, Maximum Exposure exhibits multidisciplinary work produced by photography, film, new media and integrated digital students in a professional gallery setting.

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"Gender and the Lens" at Ada Slaight Gallery
Mar
6
to Mar 11

"Gender and the Lens" at Ada Slaight Gallery

The exhibit runs from Mon, March 6 to Sat, March 11 and showcases artworks by students and recent graduates from Ryerson and OCAD University. This initiative is part of an ongoing series of research and networking events between Napier (Edinburgh), Ryerson and OCAD University that focus on gender and photography. 

Artists Include: 

Maddie Alexander, Yuling Chen, Clea Christakos-Gee, Ava Cochrane, Mara Gajic, Antonio Giacchetti, Raelene Giffin, Ashley Hiltz, Jesse King, Morgan Sears Williams, Michael Seleski, Farihah Shah, Alia Youssef

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