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Current Exhibition

Drew Pardy, That’s Hot

September 1 – October 14, 2023

That’s Hot is an experiment in play, modeling after queer aesthetics of childhood and friendship. This interactive installation of quilts, each holding some tender, fiery, friendship-love, invites you to cuddle! Imagined softer futures are ablaze in this playroom.

Play can be a vessel to imagine new futures and find new pathways forward. It puts past and future anxieties on hold as we engage ourselves in the present. In this way, play helps us to sidestep fear and look for transformative alternatives to the present state of politics and society. In That’s Hot, we look at how piping hot the possibilities of play and the redistribution of care through soft and silliness really is.

To see photos from the exhibition and the opening reception, click here!

Drew Pardy (she/they) is an artist working in textiles, performance and installation based in St. John’s, NL. She received her BFA in 2019 from Grenfell Campus, Memorial University. They use “radical silliness” as a vessel for change— exploring themes of labour, feminism, and queerness. This play is a way of taking care. Drew is one half of the friendship heart necklace that is HOT 4 THE MOMENT, a collective and loveship with Georgia Dawkin and is a member of TRUCK Collective with Annie Canto and Emily Neufeld. Drew has exhibited nationally and internationally.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Kevin Melanson, Making Ends Meet

February 2 – March 16, 2024

Luca Jesse Apel

March 29 – May 11, 2024

Past Exhibitions


Monica Ila: I Dream In Shapes and Shadows

Christeen Francis: Love Under the Patriarchy – Portraits

Eastern Edge x Artforce NL: Wake Up Inspired


Natalie Esther: Looking Down

Charlene Denief: Walking Away From Yourself

Shazia Ahmad: Three Years, Two Gardens, One Feeling

Shannyn Reid: (un)familiar

Alex Antle: Njiknam (My Younger Brother)

Mural Honouring Essential Workers 


Dion Kaszas | Nlaka’pamux Blackwork: Tattooing for Transformation, Healing, and Adornment 

Dion Kaszas in the rOGUE Gallery

Heather Jackman | Steadfast

rOGUE Gallery: Heather Jackman | Steadfast


Bruno Vinhas | When it Stopped

rOGUE Gallery Presents: Bruno Vinhas | When it Stopped  


100 Mini Houses; A Downtown Exploration | Molly Margaret

100 Mini Houses: A Downtown Exploration: Molly Margaret

Lily Taylor | Funk Dance for Self Defence


Georgia Dawkin | INFESTATION 

The rOGUE Gallery Presents, INFESTATION | Georgia Dawkin

Each for Equal

Each for Equal

Emily Hayes | Inbetween

The rOGUE gallery presents, Inbetween | Emily Hayes


Jude Benoit | Diary of a e’pite’ji’j: hypervigilant love

Jude Benoit – Diary of a e’pite’ji’j: hypervigilant love

Wake Up Inspired

Wake Up Inspired

John MacCallum | Forever Young

John MacCallum: Forever Young

Michelle Sylliboy | Komqwejwi’kasikl  

Komqwejwi’kasikl : Michelle Sylliboy

Teresa Connors | Patterns

rOGUE: Teresa Connors

Benjy Kean | Not as lost as you think

Benjy Kean: Not as lost as you think





Ethan Murphy | Where the Light Shines First

ETHAN MURPHY: Where the Light Shines First

Emily Critch | Between



Olivia Wong | Greenspace

OLIVIA WONG: Greenspace

Virginia Mitford | Alluvium: To Wash Against

Alluvium: To Wash Against

Emily Pittman | A House of Another Colour

Emily Pittman: A House of Another Colour

Sam Moss | Cold Nights

Sam Moss: Cold Nights