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FINAL NOTICE: zine fair 2012

A special thanks to everyone who tabled and came to visit our zine fair, the last event held at 58 Ossington. We’re looking forward to our future home at 303 Lansdowne.  XPACE will be open as of Sunday January 27th, for FEAST. Don’t forget to visit!

Upcoming General Calls for Submission

Harcourt House – Main Gallery General Call for Submissions (2013) Deadline: November 30 / 2012 Harcourt House Harcourt House Artist Run Centre is an artist-run, charitable organization that promotes contemporary visual art to interested individuals and organizations by providing education, exhibitions and resources. It is a destination for contemporary visual art for emerging and established artists. Harcourt


XPACE Cultural Centre, 58 Ossington Ave Saturday, November 24, 2012 12-6pm Last event in XPACE Cultural Centre’s current location! BIG DEAL! FINAL NOTICE! GET OUT BEFORE WE THROW YOU OUT! TOTAL AND COMPLETE LIQUIDATION!!!!! 30+ vendors selling small press publications, comics, zines, screen prints, t-shirts, posters, hand bound journals, and other hand made goods! Featuring


Call for Artistic Proposals and Submissions_An ILLUMINATED iDENTITY Open Call: Undergraduate and Graduate student artists working in and responding to a question of identity and individuality in a context of the Future-Present (democratized surveillance, weaponized branding, mobilized e-motions, and mythological realities). XPACE/IMAGES festival is seeking proposals from student artists who are interested in responding to

Felix Kalmenson’s INTERSECTION

There is one week left for you to visit XBASE, which features a site-specific installation by Felix Kalmenson. Some thought provoking articles covering Felix’s work can be found on the Torontoist and The Wardens Today. The exhibition closes on Saturday November 10th.

DATAMOSHING with Adrienne Crossman

XPACE Cultural Centre 58 Ossington Avenue Saturday, November 17th 1-4pm Workshop is FREE. Space is limited, so to RSVP your spot email  Datamoshing, also know as Compression Artifacting, is a video editing technique that falls under the category of Glitch Art. The process involves the creation of intentional glitches that blur the borders between