The Margin of Eras Gallery (the MOEG) is a multidisciplinary arts space dedicated to showcasing the work of new generation artists aged 15-29 who live and work on the margins.
Some of the most important artwork is being created by artists who experience social, cultural, and economic marginalization, and systemic barriers can preclude many relevant artists from contributing to our cultural narrative. The MOEG is a space to engage with these artists and their work--an environment where communities that have been excluded within the arts can be recognized and represented.
The MOEG will be available for exhibitions, workshops, activist meetings, and other events that are intended to engage and support historically marginalized groups. We aim to provide a platform for young artists to develop programming, curatorial practices, and community-engaged endeavors, and we will strive to be responsive to the needs of artists and communities, and to social and political issues. We want to hear from you about what you would like to see in this space.
Safe Space Policy
We intend for the MOEG to be a safe space for people of all races, genders, abilities, ages, cultures, and sexualities. Any form of discrimination including, but not limited to, racist, homophobic, transphobic, sexist language or behaviour will not be tolerated. If at any time you are made to feel uncomfortable or unsafe, please let one of our team members know, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a list of available furnishings & gallery floorplan, please look here: https://www.marginoferasgallery.ca/gallery-floorplan