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Opening Reception – 99

99

April 10 – 28, 2017 | First, Second and Third Floor Hallway Galleries

Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-8pm

Opening Reception: April 20th, 7-9pm

The artwork produced in the Contemporary Photography program at Etobicoke School of the Arts is dynamic, insightful, courageous, and engaging. Forty-three Grade 12 students have developed their own unique and personal bodies of work exploring a range of themes, including relationships, defining personal space, and re-examining the Garden of Eden. These talented artists use photography in ways that can inspire us all.

Follow them on Instagram @esa_contemporary_photography.

Artists: Ashlyn Abbott, Andrew Alburger, Ben Alexandor, Linda Badgley, Kasia Borkowski, Julia Bradshaw, Jamie Brennan, Gemma Brown, Liam Carley, Ava Cvitkovich, Hannah Da Silva, Dakota Dimson, Grier Drummond, Ruby Evers, Jelena Gajdel, Charlotte Gregg, Emma Guy, Julianna Ham, Mikayla Harrison, Reed Hollett, Sam Holzberg, Catriona Iozzo, Liam Macaloney, Georgia Mackay, Josie Marshall, Max Martin, Michael Mazzei, Eliza McFarlane, Aoife O’Mahony, Krystyna Poremba, Alicia Salvador, Quinn Spurrell, Adrian Stathoukos, Basia Thompson, Gill Thorne, Emma Thomlison, Lianna Turone, Gloria Vytas, Lily Watson, Kennedy Wheller, Jada White, Sean Wilson, Xin Xin

Exhibition – 99

99

April 10 – 28, 2017 | First, Second and Third Floor Hallway Galleries

Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-8pm

The artwork produced in the Contemporary Photography program at Etobicoke School of the Arts is dynamic, insightful, courageous, and engaging. Forty-three Grade 12 students have developed their own unique and personal bodies of work exploring a range of themes, including relationships, defining personal space, and re-examining the Garden of Eden. These talented artists use photography in ways that can inspire us all.

Follow them on Instagram @esa_contemporary_photography.

Artists: Ashlyn Abbott, Andrew Alburger, Ben Alexandor, Linda Badgley, Kasia Borkowski, Julia Bradshaw, Jamie Brennan, Gemma Brown, Liam Carley, Ava Cvitkovich, Hannah Da Silva, Dakota Dimson, Grier Drummond, Ruby Evers, Jelena Gajdel, Charlotte Gregg, Emma Guy, Julianna Ham, Mikayla Harrison, Reed Hollett, Sam Holzberg, Catriona Iozzo, Liam Macaloney, Georgia Mackay, Josie Marshall, Max Martin, Michael Mazzei, Eliza McFarlane, Aoife O’Mahony, Krystyna Poremba, Alicia Salvador, Quinn Spurrell, Adrian Stathoukos, Basia Thompson, Gill Thorne, Emma Thomlison, Lianna Turone, Gloria Vytas, Lily Watson, Kennedy Wheller, Jada White, Sean Wilson, Xin Xin

Closing Reception – Supermarket

Supermarket

April 6 – 9, 2017 | First, Second and Third Floor Hallway Galleries, Flex Studios 107 & 109

Hours: Open Daily 8 AM – 8 PM

Closing Reception: Saturday, April 8 | 5:00-8:00 PM | Free

Image: Jiayi Luo, (digital print), 2017

SUPERMARKET is an exhibition of photography, video, sculpture, installation, performance, painting, and works on paper by senior students in the Studio program, Department of Arts, Culture, and Media (ACM) at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC).

For more information about this exhibition:

Twitter/Instagram @Supermarket_17

Facebook @Supermarket2017

or contact Juliana Pivato juliana.pivato@utoronto.ca or Alexander Irving airving@utsc.utoronto.ca

The Studio program (B.A.) in the Department of Arts, Culture, and Media at the University of Toronto Scarborough offers students a rigorous academic and interdisciplinary setting to explore photography, video, animation, sculpture, installation, performance, drawing, and painting. We offer specialized courses in digital imaging, kinetic sculpture, sound art, and thematic seminars that explore the relationship between art and globalization, art and politics, and time-based art practices. UTSC Studio students develop a rich combination of technical, theoretical, conceptual, and critical skills that enable them to communicate in a variety of visual languages. Our students explore art as a tool to examine and intervene in visual culture, and to consider the role of creativity in shaping communities locally and globally. This exhibition includes works from senior students in Advanced Studio Practice.

Participating Artists | Patrick “P-Trizzle” Atienza | Syeda Bristy | Cao Cao | Siyuan Cheng | Carol Cheong | Allison Clayton | Idil Djafer | Rachella Du | Kelly Dundas | Roxanne Garcia | Zoe Harvey | Shelley Gu | Jin Li | Zhida Lu | Jiayi Luo | Sally Pang | Mavigail Sergio | Andy Shi | Yi Shi | Xinqi Tian | Claudia Wong | Micah Wong | Valerie Xu | Jingyao Yan | Kristina Zaja | Maggie Zhang | Ming Zhang | Yuxuan Zhu

Exhibition – Supermarket

Supermarket

April 6 – 9, 2017 | First, Second and Third Floor Hallway Galleries, Flex Studios 107 & 109

Hours: Open Daily 8 AM – 8 PM

Closing Reception: Saturday, April 8 | 5:00-8:00 PM | Free

Image: Jiayi Luo, (digital print), 2017

SUPERMARKET is an exhibition of photography, video, sculpture, installation, performance, painting, and works on paper by senior students in the Studio program, Department of Arts, Culture, and Media (ACM) at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC).

For more information about this exhibition:

Twitter/Instagram @Supermarket_17

Facebook @Supermarket2017

or contact Juliana Pivato juliana.pivato@utoronto.ca or Alexander Irving airving@utsc.utoronto.ca

The Studio program (B.A.) in the Department of Arts, Culture, and Media at the University of Toronto Scarborough offers students a rigorous academic and interdisciplinary setting to explore photography, video, animation, sculpture, installation, performance, drawing, and painting. We offer specialized courses in digital imaging, kinetic sculpture, sound art, and thematic seminars that explore the relationship between art and globalization, art and politics, and time-based art practices. UTSC Studio students develop a rich combination of technical, theoretical, conceptual, and critical skills that enable them to communicate in a variety of visual languages. Our students explore art as a tool to examine and intervene in visual culture, and to consider the role of creativity in shaping communities locally and globally. This exhibition includes works from senior students in Advanced Studio Practice.

Participating Artists | Patrick “P-Trizzle” Atienza | Syeda Bristy | Cao Cao | Siyuan Cheng | Carol Cheong | Allison Clayton | Idil Djafer | Rachella Du | Kelly Dundas | Roxanne Garcia | Zoe Harvey | Shelley Gu | Jin Li | Zhida Lu | Jiayi Luo | Sally Pang | Mavigail Sergio | Andy Shi | Yi Shi | Xinqi Tian | Claudia Wong | Micah Wong | Valerie Xu | Jingyao Yan | Kristina Zaja | Maggie Zhang | Ming Zhang | Yuxuan Zhu

Exhibition – Our Safe Spaces
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Our Safe Spaces

May 2 – 16, 2016 | Flex Studio 107 & 109

Hours: Open Daily from 9am-5pm

An Exhibition of Photography by Independent School Students.

Presented by Holy Trinity School & St. Mildred’s-Lightbourn School.

‘Our Safe Spaces Project’ invited students to think about the spaces and places in their lives. Students were encouraged to think about where, when and with whom they feel most welcome, accepted, comfortable, and photograph their ‘safe spaces’ in a way that communicates that feeling to the viewer.

At a time when young people are experiencing anxiety, bullying, and peer pressure like never before, this exhibition encouraged over 600 students in Grade 6-12 from seventeen CIS member schools to recognize and depict the spaces where they feel safest.