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Opening Reception @ XPACE

Join us at XPACE for our Opening ReceptionExhibitions in our Main Space, Xbase, and Window SpaceFebruary 24, 2012  /  from 7-11 pm  Main Space:CEREBRAL ARENA is a collision between physical and virtually constructed worlds; renovations, drawings and digital projections invite the viewer into an alternate reality. The work of Brianna Lowe, Lauren Pelc-McArthur and Graham Ruddy

Facet & Scale

The Al Green Gallery presents“By Facet & Scale” by David Trautrimas Opening Reception: Thursday, February 23, 6-8 PMFebruary 23, 2012 – March 24, 2012Artist Talk: Saturday February 25, 2PM “By Facet & Scale” highlights the artist’s photo-based techniques of digitally fabricating natural and manmade environments, as revealed, for example, in his transformation of modern appliances

Call for Submissions: CONTACT 2012 Portfolio Reviews

CONTACT 2012 PORTFOLIO REVIEWSSunday May 6 & Monday May 7Hosted by The Gladstone Hotel Registration deadline is April 15, The Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival is now accepting submissions from artists with well-developed projects to participate in the 2012 Portfolio Reviews. Curators, gallery directors, art dealers, publishers and photo editors are brought together for two

List of Ten: a student’s guide to reading week

Hey Students!! With Reading Week on the horizon, XPACE has compiled a List of Ten things to do. Since sleeping-in and procrastination are usually at the top of our to-do lists during this week, why not substitute essays & projects with some great events going on in our city. For exhibitions, films, shopping or skating, keep

Strength Thru Embarrassment

Popped into MKG127 today to check out Laura Kikauka’s exhibit, Strength Thru Embarrassment. Have a look…

~Tropical Bingo @ XPACE~

Join us Friday, February 15 for a mid-winter TROPICAL BINGO Fundraiser and support the construction of XPACE’s new LIBRARY….may all y/our dreams come true!! 5$ for all you can play bingo!!! with really amazing ~~PRIZES~~ donated by:: The Paper Place, Art Metropole, C Magazine, Type Books, Magic Pony, Ideal Coffee, Crafted, Woolfitts, Fuse Magazine and more

What is Work Worth?

Toronto Free Gallery Presents…THE BRIDGE DINNER SERIES: WHAT IS WORK WORTH? “I’d guess that – apart from domestic and care work art is the industry with the most unpaid labour around. It sustains itself on the time and energy of unpaid interns and self-exploiting actors on pretty much every level and in almost every function.

MOCCA’s current exhibits

The Xpace crew went to check out MOCCA’s latest exhibitions.Here are a few images from all three spaces. Enjoy.

Double Shot – Artist Talk

DOUBLE SHOTTwo Artist Talks – One Night Johnson NgoDaryl Vocat When: Wednesday February 15th, 6 to 9 pm.Where:  Toronto School of Art, 410 Adelaide St. West, Toronto. Johnson Ngo is currently performing at the 33rd Rhubarb Festival at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. A Toronto sculptor and performance artist, Johnson is the co-chair of Trinity Square Video

Juan Ortiz-Apuy Realia Series: American Tourister at Whippersnapper!

February 16th – March 17th, 2012Opening Reception: Feb. 16, 7-10pm In Realia Series: American Tourister, artist Juan Ortiz-Apuy has modified an original set of the iconic American Tourister travel suitcase to mechanically inflate and deflate as passersby traverse the sidewalk in front of the Whippersnapper Gallery. Connotative of the necessarily physical characteristic of mobility, Ortiz-Apuy’s