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.