The MOEG invites you to join us for the opening of To Who Do We Call Upon, a group exhibition by Zoma Maduekwe, Jemini Baptiste, Sylvia Limbana, Kadrah Mensah, Faith Icecold and Oreka James opening Thursday, July 18th from 7-10pm. To Who Do We Call Upon runs from July 19th to August 10th, 2019 at the Margin of Eras Gallery.
What does it mean to be black in Canada? This is the question at the heart of Maisha Marshall-Ende’s show Frash a Dash. The project aims to create a cultural bridge by taking objects that are emblematic of different cultures - the du-rag and an iconic Ethiopian fabric - and combining them in a celebration of those who inhabit the spaces in-between. Through her art, she hopes to broaden the conversation around what it truly means to be a black woman.
Frash A Dash is a joint collaborative effort between Gallery 44 and the Margin of Eras Gallery, to be presented in the Vitrines of Gallery 44.
For our first experiment, we explore decolonization, diasporic identity, and memory through material culture. What is precious? What is archival? What is historical? And how does that change in the ever-evolving present? ‘Group Experiments’ opens Thursday, June 20th from 7-10pm, and runs from June 21st to July 6th, 2019 at the Margin of Eras Gallery.
The MOEG invites you to join us for the opening of ‘Through Rose’, a solo exhibition of Curtia Wright opening Thursday, April 18th from 7-10pm. ‘Through Rose’ runs from April 19th to May 4th, 2019 at the Margin of Eras Gallery.
The Digital Justice Lab Workshop is the final component of a series of programming at HABIBIZ, a group exhibit presented by Way Past Kennedy Road. This workshop is a FREE event led by Nasma Ahmed of Digital Justice Lab and Artist, Educator & Healer Kayla Carter on navigating surveillance and affirming that "you're not paranoid, its just colonialism".
When journalist Assia Boundaoui investigates rumours of surveillance in her Arab-American neighbourhood in Chicago, she uncovers one of the largest FBI terrorism probes conducted before 9/11 and reveals its enduring impact on the community. Assia Boundaoui is an Algerian-American journalist and filmmaker based in Chicago. Way Past Kennedy Road presents a FREE screening of "The Feeling of Being Watched" at HABIBIZ, a group exhibition.
Presented by Way Past Kennedy Road & Platform A, Be My Habibi is a community conversation on place-making and surveillance facilitated by curators Jessica Kirk and Mitra Fakhrashrafi of Way Past Kennedy Road. Be My Habibi takes place during HABIBIZ , a group exhibit by Way Past Kennedy Road taking up Toronto’s Shisha Ban to consider what it means to illegalize already hyper-surveilled spaces and extending a conversation on radical traditions of place-making across the GTA.
HABIBIZ is a group exhibit by Way Past Kennedy Road taking up Toronto’s Shisha Ban to consider what it means to illegalize already hyper-surveilled spaces and extending a conversation on radical traditions of place-making across the GTA. HABIBIZ opens February 7th, 2019 from 7-10pm, and runs from February 8th – February 23rd at the Margin of Eras Gallery.
By blurring the lines between the real, virtual, and imagined, please wait...Loading Falasteen by Shatha Al-Husseini displays works that mirror Palestinian ingenuity in resistance, and subvert the Israeli regime's ongoing and uncanny violence upon Palestine’s lives and land. please wait...Loading Falasteen opens January 10th, 2019 from 7-10pm, and runs from January 11th – January 26th at the Margin of Eras Gallery.
“Burnt Umber" showcases the works of Black Artists Union members, and collectively, addresses the marginalization of Black North American communities, through the unification of Black artists. “Burnt Umber” opens November 15th at the Margin of Eras Gallery, running from November 16th to December 1st.
ARE YOU OK? is the first ever zine project by wordsmiths in the Story Reno Studio project — the zine launches November 8th at the Margin of Eras Gallery (1684 Queen St W) from 7-10pm. “ARE YOU OK?” explores themes of isolation, mental health, addiction, queer identity, self-destruction and self discovery… and the overall feeling of not being ok. Come through for incredible readings, chill vibes, and our open mic.
HABITAT 2019 is a production and performance residency for new-generation artists (15-29 years old) who live and work on the margins in Toronto. We want to work with you to fully create your own HABITAT: an immersive visual and sonic environment that represents not only the origins of your music, but you, as a human being.
Throughout this project you will work closely with Toronto artist Matthew Progress, lead producer of the HABITAT residency program. Local arts professionals will provide support, mentorship, and collaboration in the creation of video and visual art installations — final projects will be performed and exhibited at CUE's Margin of Eras Gallery in 2019.
The MOEG is excited to announce a special performance event for the closing of "..but there are new suns" this Saturday, October 6th at 3pm, featuring a dance performance by ILL NANA/DiverseCity Dance Company co-founder Ravyn Wngz.