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Shauna Doherty

DF Open Show 2019 | Call for Submissions & Call For Volunteers

We are excited to announce the Call for Submissions, Call for Student Exhibition Directors, and Call for Volunteers for the third annual Digital Futures OPEN Show!

Cannabilistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers | Drawing and Painting – Advanced Studio Exhibition

Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers, an exhibition of works by students in Drawing and Painting – Advanced Studio Fall 2018, taught by Nicole Collins.

Video Fever 2019: Call for Submissions

Trinity Square Video is seeking video works from undergraduate or graduate level students, who are currently enrolled at a Toronto or surrounding area post-secondary institution (as far south as Windsor and as north as Kingston)!

Vector Festival 2019 | Call For Digital Art Submissions

Call for submissions for Vector Festival 2019, a new media art festival presented by InterAccess and founded in part by Digital Futures Graduate, Katie Micak.

Emerging Arts Critics mentorship programme

Art Criticism opportunity for mentoring and publication in performing arts – TSO, COC, National Ballet.

Lynne Heller: Suspended, at FENTSTER, 402 College St.

Visit Adjunct Professor, Lynne Heller’s solo exhibition, Suspended at FENTSTER, the window gallery at Makom Gallery, at 402 College St. On until February 12.

Guest Speaker and Knowledge Keeper, Dr. Niigaan Sinclair, Nov. 28th

Join guest speaker and Knowledge Keeper, Dr. Niigaan Sinclair – Wednesday, November 28th, 1PM to 3PM, 113 McCaul St. Rm 512.

ELIA Talk, December 12th, 2:30pm

Join this workshop as part of the weekly community meetings hosted by the IDRC.

SLab’s Hallie Siegel and OCAD alum Matt Donovan open at Olga Korper Gallery, supported by Canada 150 grant

Unabridged runs at Olga Korper Gallery (17 Morrow Avenue) from November 17, 2018 to January 12, 2019. The opening reception will be held on Saturday November 17th from 2-5pm.

IAMD student, Carlina Chen curates exhibition at the University of Toronto

Twenty-one Canadian and twenty-one Taiwanese artists were invited by curator Carlina Chen and Chi-Cheng Hsief of Taiwan to create new imagery in response to a selection of poems by a number of poets.

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