On February 26th & 27th, the MOEG was lucky to play host to "Got Your Back", a show focusing on allyship & resistance to anti-black racism -- students from Kindergarten to Grade 6 participated and had work displayed in the show. Below, a look at some of the student's work:
The MOEG is excited to host "Got Your Back", a show focusing on allyship & resistance to anti-black racism -- featuring the work of students from The Grove Community School, in conversation with BlackLivesMatter Toronto's Freedom School.
Last week, the MOEG hosted the first of two shows in our new series Habitat, featuring artists Yasmine & Tamir. Check out Yasmine's "Scarborough Homecoming" Habitat & Tamir's "Stock Home Syndrome" Habitat below...
On February 22nd and March 8th, the Margin Of Eras Gallery opens its doors to four musicians, each of whom has built a fully immersive original installation. Their goal is to provide you with a deeper look into their complete habitat of inspiration and vulnerability.
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!