SYLVIA MATAS: Stop the Clock and Open Every Window
Image courtesy of the artist. SATURDAY JANUARY 18 – SATURDAY MARCH 14, 2020 OPENING: FRIDAY JANUARY 17, 6-8PM Stop the Clock and Open Every Window Sylvia Matas Stop the Clock and Open Every Window brings together Sylvia Matas’ work in drawing, video, and artist’s…
CHRIS FOSTER: Structures for the Expanded Plane
Image courtesy of the artist. SATURDAY JANUARY 18 – SATURDAY MARCH 14, 2020 OPENING: FRIDAY JANUARY 17, 6-8PM Structures for the Expanded Plane Chris Foster Working across disciplines, Chris Foster works to understand and deconstruct subliminal structures of power in architecture and the built environment….
YYZ 40th Anniversary
YYZ Artists’ Outlet is turning 40 this year! Join us for an art-filled evening at our Anniversary Party & Exhibition Fundraiser Closing reception Friday, May 3rd from 6-9 pm. Our closing reception will feature a reading by Andrew Medland of his 2017 essay “Bureaucratic Tendencies,…
Art Book Week Events at YYZ
Launch of YYZBOOKS’ most recent publication What is our Role? Artists in Academia and the Post-Knowledge Economy edited by Jaclyn Meloche Ph.D.
Friday 6 July, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Zine-Making Workshop lead by Sheila Sampath from The Public
Saturday 7 July, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Marisa Morn Jahn and Kwentong Bayan Collective in Conversation
A-Space and YYZ are pleased to present Marisa Morn Jahn and Kwentong Bayan Collective (Althea Balmes + Jo SiMalaya Alcampo) in conversation about art and social change through the lens of domestic labour. Marissa Largo will moderate the conversation and Christine Shaw will present her upcoming curatorial initiative that explores care.
Monday, June 12 at 7:00pm @ YYZ
Toronto Art Book Fair 2018
TORONTO ART BOOK FAIR The Toronto Art Book Fair | TOABF is a free public festival that celebrates and explores artists’ books and printed matter. Taking place from July 5-8 at Chinatown Centre Mall (222 Spadina Avenue), TOABF 2018 will feature curated exhibitions, installations, Canadian and international exhibitors,…
decentre redux: concerning artist-run culture now
YYZ Artists’ Outlet and Onsite Gallery at OCAD University co-present a FREE panel discussion and workshop to collectively discuss emerging artistic practices and conversations and the work that’s needed for artist-run-centres to continually reinvent themselves.
Thursday, October 20 at 6:30 p.m.
100 McCaul St., Room 284