Opening Reception for Critical Distance and Gallery 44's exhibition, EXPOSING LIMINALITIESFind out more »
Join us for the opening reception of Paperhouse Studio's Members Show, Lost & Found in the first floor hallway galleries.Find out more »
Opening reception for the joint exhibition, Through Lines by Koffler Gallery and Critical Distance Centre for CuratorsFind out more »
On September 16th, at 4:00pm, join us for the Opening Reception of BAM 2018 and be the first one to see remarkable and thought-provoking works by nine artists on three themes: Solidarity, Roots Revival and Gender Freedom. At this event, look forward to some delicious cocktails (mojitos and caipirihnas!), mocktails, and wines! Bring your friends and family and have an amazing time! BAM, is a week-long arts exhibition featuring the work of emerging Artists of Latin American heritage. Join us…Find out more »
Come celebrate with us and experience the work of 19 incredible, brave, and resilient Muslim women who share their stories, ideologies, and experiences through the visual arts.Find out more »
Yes, a small art show can really make a huge difference for people with cancer. To prove it we’re taking over the 3rd floor from Nov 12 - 15th. We sent mini 6” x 6” canvases to 32 of our favourite artists, and they came back with over 100 paintings. They’re all totally original and incredible, and we’re auctioning them off to raise money for Mount Sinai cancer patients facing financial hardship. Follow @smallcures for sneak peeks of the art…Find out more »
Exhibition: January 7th - 11th Reception: January 10th, 6pm - 9pm Kima Lenaghan is an illustrator and fine artist interested in forming narratives from varied fields of research including consciousness, ethics, and environmentalism. Terra Recognita is a collection of her recent work, to be displayed in the 2nd floor Hallway Gallery as recipient of the 2018 Artscape Award for Best of Student at the Toronto Outdoor Art Fair. Terra Recognita While humankind tames the old beasts of famine, disease, and…Find out more »
Opening Reception: January 17, 2019, 6 pm - 9 pm: second floor hallway gallery, north side. Schklar will be exhibiting "Timelines", a series of poetic narratives that are a visual testimony to the power of memory, connecting the past to the present. The individual works grow and change from preceding installations and are primarily site-specific. Each work is suspended on elastic cord, wire or metal rod and embedded with found and bought objects to create a metaphorical line in time.…Find out more »
Celebrating Youth Leadership & Arts for Social Change Thursday June 13th 6-9PM SKETCH Lower Level Studios 180 Shaw Street Free & open to the public With exhibitions, vending & performance by: -The SKETCH Band -The Good Guise - Vocal Revolution -It’s All a DRAG! -Indie Studio artists -What’s Cooking? -Lights, Action, Sensor! And much more! If you have any questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 416-516-1559.Find out more »
"Uncollected Works traverses the territory between movement as expression of experience and dance as a form of communication. What is possible to communicate through movement? What do we understand about one another? How can we go forward together in these precarious times?" November 7 - 10, 2019 @ 8pm $20/$15, Sunday PWYC Intergalactic Arts Collective Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw St., unit 103, Toronto email@example.com www.jessicarunge.com Created and Performed by Jessica Runge with Fides Krucker (director, vocal co-devisor), Holly Small (dramaturge)…Find out more »
In a new series of immersive installations, Montréal artist Karen Tam evokes the early Chinese Canadian and other historical photo studios that served Chinese communities in Canada. Her intricate recreations of portrait studio settings and backdrops integrate found and fabricated objects, archival images, 1940s vinyl recordings of Cantonese opera, and mookyu song performances, revealing layered experiences of immigration, cultural displacement and longing. Restaging and reframing the social spaces where cultural blending, interaction, misunderstanding and memory can be located, Tam searches…Find out more »
Spectra is an annual three-part exhibition showcasing the work of members at Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography. Images made in a diverse range of motives and aesthetics curated to showcase the talented artists in the Gallery 44 community. The works in Spectra 3 look at the city, the people and buildings in it, and the myriad ways in which we as artists try to make meaning and create a lasting connection. Works containing the human figure or not, ask…Find out more »
As restrictions by the province and city slowly lift, Artscape is happy to announce that we are planning a safe and gradual reopening of our operations! Starting July 6, Artscape Youngplace will begin providing access to tenants, guests, and camp programming. Public access remains restricted at this time.
Thank you for your patience, we can’t wait to see you back at Artscape Youngplace!