• ZINELAND: IT’S A ZINE WORLD, AFTER ALL! | Satellite Project Space

    March 29-April 15, 2023

    Welcome to “Zineland: It’s a Zine World, After All!”, the fourth year Capstone Project by students from Western University’s School for Advanced Studies in the Arts and Humanities (SASAH). As a group of thirteen artists, our class has created an exhibition which aims to represent the culmination of our learning and development over the past four years.

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  • Locus Amoenus: The Garden of Verdant Delights | Western University Tropical Gardens

    April 12 – 26, 2023

    The students of AH 3696: Nature in Early Modern Art are proud to present Locus Amoenus: The Garden of Verdant Delights. Inspired by Western University’s botanical gardens as a site of pedagogy and pleasure, our exhibition explores early modern green spaces and their representations in connection to contemporary places and practices. This exhibition takes place in Western’s Tropical Greenhouse

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  • Mutable Matters: A Conversation with Laura Hudspith

    By By Katie Lawson, Peripheral Review, March 15, 2023

    Congratulations to PhD candidate Katie Lawson whose interview with artist Laura Hudspith was published by Peripheral Review.

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  • "Fractured Fifties: The Cinematic Periodization and Evolution of a Decade" by Dr. Christine Sprengler

    March 22, 2023

    Dr. Christine Sprengler has published a new book with Oxford University Press titled "Fractured Fifties: The Cinematic Periodization and Evolution of a Decade". This text presents a two-pronged argument— that cinema helped define the 1950s by contributing in considerable and meaningful ways to the process of periodization and subsequently a common conception of the decade, and that cinema itself has fractured our understanding of the 1950s.

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  • Open Studios and Graduate Symposium

    April 15, 2023 at 1pm ET

    Join us for our first OPEN STUDIOS and Graduate Symposium in three years! This free event is a wonderful opportunity to come and check out the amazing works of our MFAs and PhDs, see their creative process firsthand, engage in critical discussions around pertinent themes, and wrap off the academic year with a bang!

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  • the 720 series | Satellite Gallery

    Thursday, March 23 from 5-7pm

    The students of the Advanced Visual Arts Foundation Studio in the Department of Visual Arts are pleased to present "the 720 series", an exhibition of collaboratively made large scale sculptures that explore spontaneous play. Please join us for the opening reception at Satellite on Thursday March 23 from 5-7pm.

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  • Santee Smith: Talking Earth - Inviting the Land to Shape Us

    April 19, 2023 at 3:00pm

    Santee Smith presents Talking Earth - Inviting the Land to Shape Us on April 19, 2023, in Western's Wampum Learning Lodge Dome. This presentation is proudly supported by Western University's Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Department of Visual Arts, Office of Indigenous Initiatives and Indigenous Artist-in-Residence, Kelly Greene. In Talking Earth - Inviting the Land to Shape Us, artist Santee Smith speaks about her artistic work/life and creative proces

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  • Virtual Encounters: Anyse Ducharme and Jacob Wren | LOMAA

    Sunday, April 2, 2023 at 3pm

    LOMAA is excited to premiere new works by Anyse Ducharme and Jacob Wren for the Virtual Encounters series. On Sunday April 2, at 3pm EST, Jacob Wren will be presenting a live performance over Zoom, and to follow both artists will come together in virtual conversation. We would love to have you in attendance but don't fret if that's not possible, the works will be available for viewing the remainder of the month.

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  • PhD Candidate Ashar Mobeen Presents at EnviroCon 2023

    March 24, 2023

    Art & Visual Culture PhD Candidate Ashar Mobeen will present his paper titled “You are what you eat, from your head to your feet” at EnviroCon 2023: Intercultural Dialogue on Environment & Sustainability on Friday, March 24, 2023.

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  • ‘Taught by experts, not YouTube’: Embroidery course taps into generational knowledge

    By Megan Stacey, Western News, March 17, 2023

    "There is a university course underway inside Room 234 at Western’s John Labatt Visual Arts Centre, but there are no laptops in sight. Pencils are traded for brightly coloured spools of embroidery floss. A professor has yielded the floor to half a dozen members of the London Embroidery Guild, who co-teach the class..."

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  • In Memoriam - Alan Cohen

    March 2nd, 2023

    Western University is saddened by the passing of Alan M. Cohen on March 2, 2023. Alan, together with his wife Phyllis, were long-time supporters of the London creative arts community and the Department of Visual Arts at Western University. Their support, vision, and commitment to the Department were recently brought to life through projects such as The Cohen Exploration Lab, a maker-space that allows students to explore and take creative risks, and the Cohen Commons where community can gather to celebrate creativity. The Faculty of Arts and Humanities and the Department of Visual Arts are grateful for the commitment, and enthusiastic support of the Cohens through the years and our thoughts are with their family.

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  • ArtNow! Speakers' Series: A Conversation with Angie Quick and Joel Faflak

    Thursday, March 16 at 7PM

    ArtNow! Speakers’ Series and Museum London are pleased to present an evening conversation between artist Angie Quick and Professor Joel Faflak. They will discuss Quick’s creative practice in relation to her exhibition, "make me less evil" on Thursday, March 16 at 7pm at Museum London. Image: Installation view of "Angie Quick: make me less evil" with the artist

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  • Museum London Announces Melanie Townsend Scholarship

    Applications Due April 3, 2023

    For the first time in 2023, Museum London will award the Melanie A. Townsend Scholarship for Museum and Curatorial Studies. This opportunity is designed to assist students at Western University who demonstrate exceptional dedication to curation, museum studies and museology. As Head of Exhibitions and Collections at Museum London for 14 years, Melanie made valuable contributions to our organization, to the visual arts community in London, Ontario, and across Canada. The team at Museum London and artists and colleagues across Canada remember Melanie for her insightful and original curatorial work and her sense of humour. Industrious and down-to-earth, Melanie believed in the importance of cultural institutions to critically engage audiences through contemporary art and through investigation of cultural artifacts to foster deeper understanding of history. This award honours Melanie’s contribution and is one of the ways her legacy lives on!

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  • Derek Liddington: Marbled Bodies, Softened Earth | Daniel Faria Gallery

    March 16 - April 22, 2023

    Congratulations to PhD candidate, Derek Liddington whose solo exhibition "Marbled Bodies, Softened Earth" opens at Daniel Faria Gallery in Toronto on March 16th, 2023 and runs through April 22, 2023.

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  • Local artists welcome you to their weekend celebration

    Good Sport, April 1 - 2, 2023

    On April 1st and 2nd, twelve artists from the local artist group Good Sport will open their studios to the public in their annual Studio Tour. The artists participating in this year’s tour include Shannon Taylor-Jones, Andres Garzon, Reilly Knowles, Zane Pate, Joanna Skiba, Michelle Flemming, Jacqueline Demendeev, Monica Joy and Malvika Agarwal, as well as newest members Ian Indiano, Alyssa Waterbury and Sammy Orlowski.

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  • Jessica Karuhanga: Blue as the insides | KWAG

    April 8, 2023 - August 6, 2023

    The Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery is pleased to present the first solo exhibition of Ugandan-Canadian artist Jessica Karuhanga. Blue as the insides is a survey of Karuhanga’s performance, video and sound installations over the last decade.

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  • "A Group Show in London Traces Artists’ Spiritual Connection With Nature" | Frieze Magazine

    March 1, 2023

    Aliya Say of Frieze Magazine reviewed Prof. Sky Glasbush's work 'Night Dance,' which is on view in the group exhibition, 'The Moth and the Thunderclap,' until March 18 at Modern Art London. The full review is available online.

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  • Ashar Mobeen Presents at AHVA Graduate Symposium

    March 3, 2023 at 2:30pm PST

    Art & Visual Culture PhD Candidate Ashar Mobeen will present his paper titled “Wonders of the Ancestral Puebloans: Astronomers, Engineers, and Magicians of the Four Corners” at the 46th Annual AHVA Graduate Symposium on Friday, March 3rd at 2.30pm PST.

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  • AJE 21 | Artlab Gallery

    March 2 – 16, 2023

    Celebrating twenty-one years the "Annual Juried Exhibition" continues to be one of the Department of Visual Arts most highly anticipated undergraduate exhibitions. This diverse show supports the production of new work made in a variety of mediums including painting, sculpture, print, video, and photography. Exhibited works were selected by a professional jury who consider creativity, concept, materiality and technique. This year’s show is indicative of the resilience and dedication our students continue to demonstrate.

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  • Creativity Workshop with Beau Dixon

    March 15, 2023 at 2:30pm EST

    Join FIMS for a rare informal workshop with award-winning actor, musician, playwright, music director, and sound designer Beau Dixon on Wednesday, March 15, 2023. Beau Dixon will be performing live, speaking about his work and process as an artist, and sharing stories about his experiences working on his musical cabaret Freedom: The Spirit and Legacy of Black Music as well as other projects.

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  • Sky Glabush Joins Stephen Friedman Gallery

    February 24, 2023

    Stephen Friedman Gallery in London UK is delighted to announce representation of Sky Glabush. His first UK solo exhibition will open at Stephen Friedman Gallery in April 2023. Sky Glabush is also represented by Philip Martin Gallery in Los Angeles.

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  • “The Implications of the ƛCDM Model of Cosmology on the Post-Colonial Terrain of Queen’s Park, Toronto” by Ashar Mobeen

    March 11, 2023 at 2:15pm EST

    Art & Visual Culture PhD candidate, Ashar Mobeen will present his paper titled, “The Implications of the ƛCDM Model of Cosmology on the Post-Colonial Terrain of Queen’s Park, Toronto” at the 2023 Graduate Conference of Comparative Literature, Hispanic Studies and the Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism on Saturday, March 11th at 2:15pm EST.

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  • Imogen Clendenning: Archive on Ice | Ice Follies

    February 10 - 24th, 2023

    PhD candidate, Imogen Clendenning's solar powered art installation "Archive on Ice" was included in "Ice Follies" a biennial festival of contemporary and community-engaged art presented on frozen Lake Nipissing in North Bay, Ontario from February 10 - 24th, 2023. Imogen was interviewed by CTV News about their work and involvement in the festival.

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  • Indigenous learning circle: N’Satung film screening

    Monday February 27, 2023 at 12pm - 2pm

    Join Biindigen: Indigenous Learning Circle at the Wampum Learning Lodge for a screening of N’Satung, a documentary on Indigenous experiences with education in the Great Lakes area, followed by a discussion with director Keesis Nadjiwon (Chippewa of Nawash), director of photography Greg DeSouza and producer Laurence de Looze.

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  • 'Portraits of Home' | Grimsby Public Art Gallery

    February 21, 2023 - April 22, 2023

    Prof. Soheila Esfahani is featured in the group exhibition 'Portraits of Home' at Grimsby Public Art Gallery from February 21 through April 22. Her installation features 115 porcelain birds, a combination of collected souvenir-like objects alongside handmade birds painted with culturally specific designs. Together, the birds evoke a representation of the movement of culture from place to place by immigrants and tourists, challenging viewers to consider the dissemination of culture and their inherent complexities.

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  • Suggested Reading | Christie Contemporary

    February 18 - March 18, 2023

    Professor emeritus David Merritt's work is featured in the current group exhibition "Suggested Reading" on display at Christie Contemporary until March 11, 2023

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  • Virtual Encounters with new works by Kite and David Yu | LOMAA

    March 5, 2023 at 3pm EST on Zoom

    LOMAA is excited to launch the series Virtual Encounters with new works by Kite and David Yu. Their works will be available to view online for the entirety of March, and both artists will come together in virtual conversation on Sunday, March 5 at 3 p.m. EST. This talk will additionally be available for viewing the remainder of the month. Registration required.

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  • “The Passion of the Hedge-Rider” — Emily Pelstring

    By Ana Moyer, CMag, February 14, 2023

    Congratulations to MA grad and current PhD candidate Ana Moyer whose review of Emily Pelstring's “The Passion of the Hedge-Rider” (2022) was published in Cmag.

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  • Confluences a Community Gathering & Symposium

    March 10 - 11, 2023

    Mark your calendars! You are invited to join GardenShip and State at Museum London’s Centre at the Forks to discuss how art communicates the interconnections between culture, politics, and ecology. The event is open to all, including a reception to cap off the events on Friday and a welcome tea with treats at midday on Saturday.

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  • Students brainstorm on practices, research during Ivey Sustainability Week

    By Ivey Communications, Special to Western News, February 13, 2023

    "The inaugural Ivey Sustainability Week, from Jan. 30 to Feb. 5, led by students of Ivey Business School, saw the highlighting of ties between sustainable practices and business success...  One inspirational message from the event was the importance of asking difficult questions about our future. Kelly Greene, a multimedia artist and Western’s first Indigenous artist-in-residence, shared how she uses visual art to make statements about humans’ reliance on the Earth and the environmental harm they’ve contributed, in hope of creating change."

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  • Preserving Art History for the Ages

    CTV News London, February 8, 2023

    Professor Cody Barteet speaks with CTV London's Marek Sutherland about his new online gallery of local stained-glass artwork.

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  • This is Your Crisis. Fix It. | Ivey Business School

    January 30 - February 5, 2023

    “This is Your Crisis. Fix It.” is curated by visual arts student and president of USC Public Arts Commission, Bilquees “Billie” Hafeez. As part of sustainability week, the exhibition explores the personal action we must take to prevent the climate crisis, as well as our impact on the environment and connections to the natural world. The exhibition features works by Prof. Kirsty Robertson, Heather Davis, Kelly Greene (IAiR), Christina Battle (PhD '20), Paul Chartrand (MFA '17), and current MFA candidate Alyssa Sweeny .

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  • Practicum Art Sale

    Friday, February 3 from 10am to 5pm

    The Practicum class is having an art sale! Own a unique work from this year’s Practicum class and support your local and emerging artists! Tables will be set up in the main hallway of the Visual Arts Centre on Friday, February 3rd from 10am to 5pm

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  • Quentin VerCetty "Sankofanology: An Artistic Study of Celebrating Black Legacies In The Future Through The Past"

    Tuesday, February 7th at 4:30 PM

    Join us February 7 at 4:30pm in the Visual Arts Centre for Quentin VerCetty Sankofanology: An Artistic Study of Celebrating Black Legacies In The Future Through The Past. The multiple award-winning Afrofuturist a-r-tographer and visual storyteller Quentin VerCetty will be discussing how he uses his artwork as a teaching tool and time capsule to preserve and celebrate Black legacies of history for the future. All welcome! This event is both in-person and live-streamed via Zoom. Registration required.

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  • Epistolarity and Decolonial Aesthetics in Carola Grahn's Look Who's Talking by Dr. Christine Sprengler

    January 20, 2023

    Dr. Christine Sprengler recently published an essay, "Epistolarity and Decolonial Aesthetics in Carola Grahn's Look Who's Talking" in the new book "Epistolary Entanglements in Film, Media and the Visual Arts" edited by Teri Higgins, Catherine Fowler.

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  • Art Now! Speakers: Gala Porras-Kim

    Thursday, February 2 at 7PM on Zoom

    ArtNow! Speakers’ Series in partnership with Museum and Curatorial Studies is pleased to present , Gala Porras-Kim on Thursday February 2, 2023 at 7pm ET on Zoom. Gala Porras-Kim lives and works in Los Angeles. Her work is about the social and political contexts that influence how intangible things, such as sounds, language and history, have been framed through the fields of linguistics, history and conservation. The work considers the way institutions shape inherited codes and forms and conversely, how objects can shape the contexts in which they are placed.

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  • Logo Life | Cohen Commons

    February 2 - 16, 2023

    Signs, signs, everywhere, signs – and brands. The visual field of contemporary life is covered over with the marks of capitalism. Yet each of us may at some point adopt such tags and symbols as “our own.” In this project, the Third Year Print Media class has put away the press in favour of a garden roller for printing and employed found cardboard to fashion their plates. The forms they have printed are of their own creative making: personal signs. These marks will soon appear on printed t-shirts the class is producing with the help of Rezonance Printing, in late February of this year. In the meantime, we invite you to enjoy “Logo Life.” We’re not trying to sell you anything. Reception: Thursday, February 2 from 5-7PM

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  • Connections | ArtLab Gallery

    February 2 - 16, 2023

    Connections is a series of collaborative installations in response to our connection to Mother Earth, our homes, spaces within ourselves, liminal spaces using only recycled and found materials. This project has been created using mainly materials from Artist Material Fund under the guidance of Kelly Greene (Indigenous Artist in Residence at the Visual Arts department). A vital concept of this project is to reflect on the fact that we are all part of this Earth and are extremely dependent on her since everything that surrounds us is provided by her. With the current overpopulation by humans on our planet, we've consumed and produced excesses. Thus, these installations aim to convey attentive perspectives by reusing some over-produced materials that would otherwise fill landfills.

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  • Ornamental Gestures | Doris McCarthy Gallery

    January 21- April 1, 2023

    Prof. Soheila Esfahani will exhibit one of her installations in her Cultured Pallets series in the upcoming group exhibition: Ornamental Gestures curated by Sandy Saad-Smith at Doris McCarthy Gallery, University of Toronto Scarborough, January 21- April 1, 2023. Image: Soheila Esfahani, My Place is Placeless, detail, laser-etched wooden pallets, 2013

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  • tba: Call for Board Members

    As we enter tba’s fifth year, the editorial team is looking to formalize the journal by building an editorial board comprising faculty and graduate students both internal and external to UWO. Board members would meet online twice per semester. They are expected to support in the development of good governance, review applications for indexing, support dissemination of the annual CFP, and may be asked to take on a peer-review role as necessary. If you have an interest in joining the board, or know someone at another institution who might, please contact the editor, Emily Cadotte, at tbaedit@uwo.ca

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  • PROPHECY | tba journal of art, media, and visual culture

    January 10, 2023

    tba journal of art, media, and visual culture has published its fourth volume: PROPHECY. The editorial team is pleased to announce that this year’s volume contains thirteen interdisciplinary submissions representing works of visual art, creative writing, and art historical scholarship. Referencing the ancient, the surreal, the speculative, and yet-to-come, each submission grapples with pasts that offer us insight into possible futures. The online journal can be accessed in full at tbajournal.ca

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  • IN OUR SPACE, IN OUR TIME | Artlab Gallery

    January 12 - 26, 2023 | Reception: Thursday, January 12 from 5-7PM

    In Our Space, In Our Time showcases the media-art explorations of Shane Ackerley, Taylor Horner, Siena Idoine, Bella Kerfers, Megan Lee, Jalyn Liang, and Sawyer Shin. Utilizing sound, video, and installation the artists invite viewers to explore and question how we, as individuals and collectively, relate to one another; to art and the spaces where we view it; to the pressures of student life; to place and technology; and to our modes of self-soothing, joy, and escape.

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  • Reflecting on Religious Imagery Through Documentation and Quotidian Objects | Cohen Commons

    January 12 - 26, 2023

    Reflecting on Religious Imagery Through Documentation and Quotidian Objects: Cody Barteet, Katie Oates, and Tanner Layton is on view in the Cohen Commons from January 12 - 26, 2023 with an opening reception on Thursday, January 12 from 5-7PM. "This exhibition reframes our experience of religious sites in Southwestern Ontario. We capture not the sacred, but rather the ordinary. Through these visions of decay, graffiti, and quotidian objects and images, we reimagine and reconsider how religious imagery is encountered. Our documentation explores the doorway between inclusion and exclusion, enchantment and disenchantment, and that which is concealed behind locked doors."

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  • gaaaaaaaaaaaaah (We May or May Not Need Therapy)

    January 12, 2023 5pm - 7pm

    gaaaaaaaaaaaaah (We May or May Not Need Therapy) is an exhibition that explores themes of loss, growth, and self-determination. Through their artworks the Advanced Foundations class resiliently transcend the obstacles and challenges young adults face. The exhibition will be open to view on Thursday, January 12 from 5pm to 7pm.

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  • Philosophical Archaeology With and Beyond Agamben on Philosophy, History, and Art by Ido Govrin

    SUNY Press NY, January 11, 2023

    PhD graduate Ido Govrin has published a new book "Philosophical Archaeology With and Beyond Agamben on Philosophy, History, and Art" with SUNY Press NY. This work is an an extended version of his doctorate research which explores the potential for a novel philosophy of history to be uncovered by tracing the connections between Giorgio Agamben's work (theoretical practice) and contemporary art (artistic practice).

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  • Christina Battle in Conversation with Tia-Simone Gardner

    January 28, 2023 on Zoom at 1PM ET

    PhD alum Christina Battle joins artist Tia-Simone Gardner for a conversation that explores their intersecting research interests, including digital mapping and the complicated relationship between the environment, climate and Black life. The artists will share their work as an expanded element of the ongoing exhibition series at Gallery 44 which explores relationships to land through the lens of female artists working from different racialized perspectives. The conversation will occur live on zoom on January 28, and the audio will be shared as a podcast on G44 Digital in February 2023.

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  • Stories We Tell Ourselves | McIntosh Gallery

    January 19 – March 18, 2023

    Join us at the McIntosh Gallery for the opening reception of Stories We Tell Ourselves, a group exhibition conceptualized by guest curator Matthew Kyba. This exhibition questions how the museum’s history as a colonial tool for Western pedagogy influences the stories we tell. Image: Emii Alrai, Passing of the Lilies (detail), Jerwood Solo Presentations, Jerwood Arts, London. 2021. Photography courtesy of Anna Arca.

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  • Field Trip to the Detroit Institute of the Arts and MOCAD

    Wednesday, February 8, 2023

    Join the Print Media class on a field trip to the Detroit Institute of the Arts and The Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit on Wednesday, February 8, 2023 from 8am to 6pm. Cost for bus transportation and admission is $60. Valid passport required. E-mail Meghan Edmiston to register at meghan.edmiston@uwo.ca

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  • Cloud Painter at Trinity Square Video

    January 13 - February 18, 2023

    Visual Arts PhD candidate Andreas Buchwaldt in collaboration with artist Joshua Vettivelu invite you to their show Cloud Painter at Trinity Square Video in Toronto. The opening reception is 6-8pm on Friday, January 13 and the exhibition runs until February 18th. Image: "Cloud Painter, Andreas Buchwaldt and Joshua Vettivelu, 2023."

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  • PhD Candidate Shelley Kopp to Present at CSTC Winter Theory Sessions

    March 31st, 2023 from 3:30pm - 5:00pm

    PhD candidate, Shelley Kopp will be presenting "Traditional art, online: collection or documentation or communication?" for the Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism, Winter Theory Sessions on March 31, 2022 at 3:30pm in Stevenson Hall, room 1365. The session will also be live-streamed via Zoom.

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  • ART NOW! Speakers’ Series: Maggie Groat

    Thursday, January 26 at 7PM

    ArtNow! Speakers’ Series is pleased to present Maggie Groat on Thursday January 26 at 7pm in the WIRB building room 1170. Maggie Groat is an artist, mother, birthworker, and cultivator whose current research surrounds states of becoming, decolonial ways-of-being, how plants and gardens are portals, slowness, the utility of images, and the transformative potentials of salvaged materials during times of living through climate emergency. Her methodologies are informed by states of being in between, intuition, acts of care, site-specific responsiveness, strategies of collage, and hopeful speculation. The ART NOW! Speakers’ Series is free and open to the public. Masks are required.

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  • Matthew Trueman: voices in a cool wet darkness | Latcham Art Centre

    January 20 to March 4, 2023

    Congratulations to MFA alum Matthew Trueman who will be featured in a solo exhibition at Latcham Art Centre from January 20 to March 4, 2023. In this exhibition, entitled "voices in a cool wet darkness", Matthew uses kinetic sculpture, video, sound and reclaimed natural materials to open up conversations about the environment from a more-than-human perspective. Given the recent governmental announcements about land development and the heightened concerns for Ontario’s Green Belt, this exhibition touches on environmental topics of local and national importance. Image credit: Matthew Trueman, still image from A Walk in the Woods in the Dark, 2022.

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  • Christina Battle: the air we breathe | Gallery 44

    Opening reception January 6th at 6pm.

    Congratulations to PhD alum, Christina Battle whose solo exhibition "the air we breathe" is on view at Gallery 44 from January 6 – February 4, 2023. "the air we breathe" is an expanded single-channel experimental documentary. The work explores the complexities of air pollution, weaving together themes of environmental catastrophe, cultural and political strife, conspiracy and the various links between.

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  • The Moth and The Thunderclap | Modern Art, London, England

    February 4 – March 18, 2023

    Professor Sky Glabush's work will be featured in an upcoming group exhibition featuring over 40 artists at Modern Art in London, England. Curated by Simon Grant, The Moth and The Thunderclap features an eclectic global mix of artists from modernism to the present day. Taking its title from a painting by the celebrated American artist Charles Burchfield, The Moth and The Thunderclap aims to show how artists have been compelled to reflect an indeterminate psychological space where nature and culture collide, often filtered through their experience of landscape. Image: Charles Burchfield, Winter Sunburst (detail), 1960

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  • Bridget Koza: Cadences | Satellite Project Space

    January 4-14, 2023

    Congratulations to Bridget Koza whose exhibition Cadences opened January 4th, 2023 at Satellite Project Space. "The exhibition is a journey over four years, fostering a deeper connection between dance, music, and art. Each artwork challenges the viewer to expand their interactions with art and the new worlds created when combining multiple elements." Join Bridget Koza in the gallery for the exhibition reception on Wednesday, January 11 at 6pm.

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  • Panel Discussion with Prof. John Hatch at RMG

    February 4th, 2023 at 2:00PM

    Professor John Hatch and fellow panelists Louise Noguchi (artist), Bryce Kanbara (artist and recent Governor General Award recipient) will lead for a conversation about the lasting impact and legacy of artist Kazuo Nakamura at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery on February 4, 2023 at 2:00 pm. This event compliments the current exhibition at The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Kazuo Nakamura: Universal Pattern, on view until March 5th.

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