value the brain & cut the priviledge
This month at The GAG we consider the problem of gender and textiles. To read more, go to,
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Image by: Monika Sobczak
Go directly to Doody’s exhibition here.
To go directly to Wendy Sinclair’s exhibition click here.
The title of our exhibition for the month of June is Glogewjiwinu. The word translates from Mi’kmaq to mean star people, people in the stars, or people of the stars. (Beautifully, I may also be translated to mean “people dealing with the stars”.)
Exhibition curator, Phyllis Grant
Elder consultation for this exhibition is by Gilbert Sewell.
Artists: Felicia Grant, Tristan Grant, Christopher Grant, Greg Mitchell, Chris Mitchell, Jennifer, Alicia Murrin, Danielle Young, Ava Sewell, Raymond Sewell
To go directly to Glogewjiwinu click here.
(Bag made by Open-Editions, Designed by Lauren DiCioccio)
Go directly to Robert’s exhibition here.
March 8, 2017
Click here to go directly to Scanlan’s exhibition.
In conjunction with our exhibition of Sandberg’s piece Muna, Where are you now?, The GAG has published an original essay by Christina Szurlej, Assistant Professor, Human Rights Program and Director of the Atlantic Human Rights Centre at St. Thomas University. Szurlej’s excellent essay looks at some of the issues addressed by Sandberg in her moving performance piece from 2015.
Go directly to Anne J. Steve’s exhibition here.
Diana Weymar has studied art at Cooper Union (NYC), The Arts Council of Princeton (NJ), and The Vancouver Island School of Art. She has a B.A. in English and Creative Writing from Princeton University. Her work has been shown at The Ministry of Casual Living, Vancouver Island School of Art, The Art Gallery of Smithers, 1580 Gallery, and Makehouse. She was a Build Peace 2015 Artist in Nicosia, Cyprus and will be again at Build Peace Zurich, Switzerland in Sept. 2016. She was the Anne Reeves Artist-in-Residence at The Arts Council of Princeton in Spring 2016. She participated in and curated the show–Every Fiber of my Being– at the Taplin Gallery at the Arts Council this past March.
Keep an eye out for Allison’s art cards Toronto!
This week The GAG is dropping art cards (complete with postage) all around the city. The postcards feature illustrations by this month’s artist Allison Green. If you come across one, colour in, or on, her drawing and then post it to someone special.
Don’t forget to snap a picture and post it on Facebook or twitter noting the date and location were you found it with the hashtag #GrowTheGAG.
See ‘Feature Artist’ section for an online exhibition of Green’s work that opened June 1st – here at The GAG.