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Twinning Artists – Twinning Cities: Avalon

After four and a half years at its original location in 100 McCaul Street, Onsite [at] OCAD University will use this winter’s break to move to a new, much-expanded location at 230 Richmond Street West as part of this year’s on-going celebration of OCAD University’s 135th anniversary. The inaugural exhibition in this new venue is

Open Call For Artists’ Submissions

The Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto invites submissions from visual-based artists to contribute works related to the theme of this year’s Munk Graduate Student Conference: Not A Drop to Drink: Water Scarcity and Politics in the 21st Century. We are looking for paintings, photography, and other forms of visual art that take

Artist Talk @ York U

Art historian, theorist, curator and critic Patricia Phillips of the Rhode Island School of Design is the featured speaker for the 2012 Goldfarb Lecture in Visual Arts at York University. Her talk, titled “(un)Public: A Case for Collateral Art“, focuses on the nature and reception of public art. In her illustrated lecture, Phillips will discuss the peripatetic, restless scope and

Applications now open for National Gallery TD Internships

Every year the National Gallery in Ottawa offers TD Bank Sponsored internships in Collections Management, Archive Practices, Art Librarianship, and Education.  Each internship is 12 weeks long, and pays a $7000.00 honorarium.  If you think you might have what it takes to apply this is a tremendous opportunity to gain valuable experience! The deadline for

Our Current Exhibitions

Here are a few photos of our current exhibitions at XPACE.January 20 – February 11, 2012


FEAST (Funding Engaging Actions with Sustainable Tactics) Toronto is a series of community dinners and micro-funding events. During each dinner, artists, designers and groups are invited to present proposals for art- or design-based projects. Everyone attending the dinner votes on which project they would like to fund, and the project with the most votes is

Appel à projets: Génération Dissémination // Call for proposals: Generation Dissemination

Please send submissions to: Deadline: Friday February 24, 2012 Seeking proposals from artists working in (but not limited to) video, film, interactive art, net art, performance or installation. Artists are asked to propose a layered work that involves an “original” gesture, and documentation of or through that gesture. Original gestures may take place anywhere

Hennessy Youngman’s Art Thoughtz in Toronto!

HENNESSY YOUNGMAN’S ART THOUGHTZ Artist talk and screening with Jayson Musson Tuesday January 31st, 20127:30 – 9:30 pm, doors open at 7:00 pmAdmission: $8 / $5 students at the door The Drake Hotel, Underground1150 Queen Street W.,416.531.5042 Click Here to watch some of my favorite Art Thoughts videos: Relational AestheticsBeuys-Z New York-based artist Jayson Musson

Come to our next WINGDING!

XPACE WINGDING:ART SUPPLY SWAPSaturday January 28 2012, 1pm-5pm If you are in need of art supplies, and have some kickin’ around that you aren’t using, why not bring them down to XPACE next Saturday to trade in for something you’ll love and USE!!! Bring:– new/gently used arts and crafts materials or booksi.e. *markers, pens, paint,

you can’t spell slaughter without laughter

Opening Reception: Thursday January 19, 2012 from 7-9pm Gallery TPW is pleased to present a solo exhibition by emerging artist Christine Negus. Negus’ works range from ephemeral objects, including glittery party banners, neon signs and artificially flowered memorial wreaths, to video works steeped in sweet sadness. At the centre of you can’t spell slaughter without laughter is