Tag: Main Gallery

New-Found-Lands Exhibition

Sep 9 – Oct 18, 2016

September 9 – October 18 NEW-FOUND-LANDS: Exploring historical and contemporary connections between Newfoundland and the Caribbean diaspora Angela Baker, Sandra Brewster, Alison Duke, Roxana Farrell, Anique Jordan, Bushra Junaid, Wayne Salmon, Tamara Segura, Anita Singh, Camille Turner Curated by Pamela Edmonds and Bushra Junaid Opening Reception Friday September 9, 7:00 –  10:00 pm All welcome… Read More


Marissa Largo | Supernatural Entanglements and the Politics of Visibility

MIRROR/MOTHER (fragments) features an original essay by Toronto-based scholar,  educator and artist Marissa Largo entitled Supernatural Entanglements and the Politics of Visibility. Commissioned by Eastern Edge Gallery. Click here to read the essay. Marissa Largo is an educator, artist, and PhD candidate in the Department of Social Justice Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University… Read More


Marigold Santos | MIRROR/MOTHER (fragments)

May 27 - July 6 2016

Opening reception/Afterparty for the Rooms Friday May 27 9:30pm till late w/ special performance at 10pm Artist talk Saturday May 28 at 2pm All welcome MIRROR/MOTHER (fragments) explores self-hood as an experience of shifting identities and realities. Works of drawing, film and installation renegotiate the artist’s lived experience of migration and movement between cultures and… Read More


Anna Hawkins | How to Chop an Onion

Apr 9 – May 18, 2016

Opening reception + artist talk: Saturday, April 9 7-9 pm Free. All welcome. Read the exhibition text by Nancy Webb. How to Chop an Onion is a 2-channel video installation that involves dissection, reconstruction and loose re-enactment of “how-to” videos found on the internet. Through processes of framing and chromakeying, Hawkins distills and fragments gestures… Read More