On June 6th, come and witness two exclusive mixed media installations from the minds of Sydanie and Adria Kain. Both will culminate in an intimate and interactive performance, happening one night only.
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.
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.
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.
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!