The MOEG invites you to join us for “Black Boys Forever”, a solo exhibition by James Yeboah. The second part of his Black Boys series, James seeks examine and reimagine the notion of black male solidarity. “Black Boys Forever” opens June 7th from 6-10pm, and runs from June 7th-23rd, 2018 at the Margin of Eras Gallery.
Exhibiting artist Brianna Roye will be shooting free portraits of people who identify as queer & trans* (non-cis, non-hetero) people of Caribbean descent this Saturday, May 12th, from 12-5pm.
This work will be continuing her series of queer & trans Caribbean peoples that is currently being shown at her solo exhibition "Out Of Many, One People". We invite you to join us: both to experience the show, and to document the experience of existing at these intersecting identities.
"Out of Many, One People" will be open to the public Wed-Fri from 12-7pm, and Saturdays from 12-5pm until May 19th.
The MOEG invites you to join us on Thursday, May 3rd for "Out of Many, One People", a solo photography exhibit by Brianna Roye. An accomplished portrait & event photographer, Roye has captured a series of photos that people who are of Caribbean descent can relate to—and perhaps see themselves in. We invite you to join us for this examination (and celebration) of what it means to be queer & Caribbean.
Join the exhibiting artists and YTB team on Saturday, April 7th for a walking tour + artist/curator talk through Parkdale to each of the featured galleries (FAG, The Public and The MOEG), as well as other locations marked on the maps by Kristina Guison & Tzazná MIranda Leal—whose work is currently featured here at the MOEG!
Come by the MOEG on Saturday, February 3rd for an introduction to 3D printing and 3D modelling, facilitated by designer Andre Baynes and presented by Xpace Cultural Centre! In this workshop, participants will learn how to turn concepts into computer models for 3D printing.
We launched on November 24th, 2017 with the first in our two-part series of launch shows, and it was truly a night to remember. That evening, CUE's bi-annual Margin of Eras show (featuring the work of CUE grantees) found a home at the Margin of Eras Gallery.
On November 24th, we welcomed you to The Margin of Eras Gallery for the first time, and on December 8th, we invite you to come again for the second in a series of two launch shows. Experience even more of what the MOEG has to offer: live music, literary performances, and more visual art from 2017 CUE grantees!
CUE is excited to present to the community the Margin of Eras Gallery—a multidisciplinary arts space dedicated to showcasing the work of new generation artists who live and work on the margins. Our first show features a selection of art projects in multiple disciplines funded by CUE over the past year, with a special performance by Nigel Edwards.