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To commemorate Black History Month, the photography and digital art exhibit Us. Here. Now. launches inside Union Station on Tuesday February 5th and runs until the end of the month.   Us. Here. Now. is a group photography exhibit in the West Wing of Union Station that features original photography by SoTeeOh, Gillian Mapp, and Brianna Roye, showcasing notable Black Torontonians from different neighbourhoods throughout the GTA. Each subject’s photo was taken in a place that holds special meaning to them and their

It’s a long-standing and heavily discussed fact that opportunities for Black art and artists have lacked in the elite world of contemporary art, galleries and art dealing. So, when I was recently asked what I’m most excited about for my upcoming projects, the answer was easy: making space for and raising the profile of Black-Canadian art. While sitting through various social events and creative team brainstorms,

Nuit Blanche Toronto 2019 will feature two City-produced exhibitions led by curators Ashley McKenzie-Barnes with "Queens and Kings of Scarborough" and Layne Hinton and Rui Pimenta with "Creation: Destruction". 2019 curators and artists will reflect on the event-wide theme of "Continuum". In a world that feels increasingly polarized, the theme of "Continuum" responds to the interconnected and often contradictory paradoxes of life in the changing

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