October 4, 2014 – January 17, 2015
Download and read the exhibition guide here.
Still from Alison S.M. Kobayashi’s Selfie GIFS (2014)
Imperfect Shadow is a multi-faceted and evolving exhibition about everyday parallel realities, inviting the exploration and re-exploration of the fictional and real, hidden and transitional spaces throughout Artscape Youngplace. From October 2014 through February 2015, visitors can discover secret lives and otherworldly places through a series of creative and collaborative projects by artists Emily Gove and Sarah Febbraro, Christine Swintak, Alison S.M. Kobayashi, Alicia Nauta, Ginette Lapalme, and Keith Jones. Imperfect Shadow is curated by the inaugural Artscape Youngplace Resident Curator, Karie Liao.
December 12, 2014 – January 17, 2015
Surface|surfacing showcased the creative practices of Azza El Siddique, Ozana Gherman, Colleen McCarten, and Joanna Schleimer.
Sarah Kernohan, Liz Little, and Luke Siemens
October 15 to November 14, 2014
September 29 to November 1, 2014
September 29 to October 12, 2014
Artists: Leslie Becker, Charles Bongers, Miriam Grenville, and Eva Lewarne
This summer Julie participated in the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition and was honoured with the Artscape award. The award includes a week long residency on Toronto Island’s Gibraltar point followed by a solo exhibition on the 3rd floor of the Artscape Youngplace Hallway Galleries. Image: Spirit Forms at Construction Site, 2012, Julie Gladstone
September 3-14, 2014
Artists included: Paul Brandejs, Mixed Media Artist; Tom Chitty, Illustrator; Christy Hayhoe, Painter; Alex Kinsley, Goldsmith; Tiphaine Leonard, Painter; Luo, Yu, Painter; Alan McIntosh, Metalsmith; Cynthia O’Brien, Sculptor; Michael Pietrocarlo, Photographer; Holly Sedgwick, Painter; Michael Toole, Mixed Media Artist; Ryan Wood, Photographer
August 7 – 25, 2014
The SummerWorks Performance Festival and Artscape Youngplace presented an exhibition exploring local graphic design and poster art for the stage. Curated by Natasha Mytnowych and Michael Rubenfeld and featuring the work of Doublenaut, Roxanne Ignatius, Jonathan Kitchen (Light Up The Sky), Tad Michalak, Monnet Design, Kilby Smith-McGregor, and Soulpepper Theatre Company designs curated by Jacob Whibley.
November 19, 2013 – July 31, 2014
Featuring new work by: Debbie Adams, Melissa Fisher and Seth Scriver, and curated by: Heather Nicol. Read the exhibition booklet in PDF
July 3 – August 1, 2014
Artists: OMEN; CASE; ELICSER; CUBEWORKS; FLY LADY DI; ART CHILD; EGR; SKAM; INSIGHT; PERU; UBER; FATHOM and other Unknown Artists
June 21 – 29, 2014
A celebration of Queer Art and Culture as part of World Pride. Featuring: FIERCE by Sue Lloyd; Other by Sonny Bean; Silence of the Femmes by Ruben Llanillo; Tryst Pic by Adam Moco; Speaking OUT: Queer Youth in Focus by Rachelle Lee Smith; Rack and Pinion by Robert Donnelly; Icons and Demigods by Michael Venus; Painted Voices by Eliud & Israel; Say What You Mean by Christos Pantieras; I Fuck Fat Hairy Dudes Because I Like Furry Round Things by Matt Bovey.
May 15 – June 1, 2014
This exhibition was the culminating celebration of a project that is co-presented by the TDSB and the Toronto Arts Council.
May 5 – 12, 2014
April 27 – May 3, 2014
A week long exhibit of reclaimed materials art installations.
April 9 – 13, 2014
The graduating exhibition of students in the Studio program at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)
April 2 – 5, 2014
Students from OCADU’s Illustration Program exhibited eight independently curated exhibitions developed in their 4th Year Illustrative Drawing and Painting course.
Heather Nicol, a Toronto-based multi-disciplinary artist with a studio at Artscape Youngplace, curated the inaugural exhibitions in the Artscape Youngplace Hallway Galleries: Unarchive and Stairmasters. Nicol previously curated and produced Art School (Dismissed) at 180 Shaw Street in 2010, an intervention which responded to the decommissioned Toronto District School Board property prior to its renewal by Artscape. Read the exhibition booklet in PDF
Featuring new works by: Ian Carr-Harris and Yvonne Lammerich, Dave Dyment, Lee Henderson, Nina Levitt and Jessica Vallentin with selected items from the Givins/Shaw Junior Public School historic archives, and artwork by Grade 4 and 5 students from Givins/Shaw Junior Public School.
To help maintain community safety and contain the spread of COVID-19, Artscape has temporarily closed its community cultural hub facilities to the public and cancelled all Artscape-led in-person programming. We are monitoring public health and government recommendations regarding the reopening of non-essential businesses and public gatherings to guide our decision on a re-opening date.
Meanwhile, we welcome you to attend our free virtual programming through Launchpad Learning Online. See What’s On.
Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you soon!
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