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Life after The Medium

Writing for TIFF, for some, is a journalistic milestone. For Nives Hajdin, this milestone is a reality. Hajdin currently works as TIFF’s editorial coordinator...

It’s time to talk and listen to the land

This past Friday, the Blackwood Gallery held a discussion panel at the Jackman Humanities Institute. The panel, “All Our Relations: The Art of Land...

Calling all native artists

#callresponse, the Blackwood Gallery’s newest exhibition, is a collaborative set of works that bring indigenous women together through culture and art. The works feature...

Apologizing to the land through song

The fourth circuit of the Blackwood Gallery’s Take Care exhibition series focuses on ideas and practices of care in relation to land, territory, and...

A bathtub is for spiritual cleansing

In Jewish tradition, the mikvah is a rite of passage primarily for women that involves a ceremonial bath. The qualification to partake in this...

Have anxiety kits? Bring ‘em to tea time

The Sustenance Rite is the third circuit of the Blackwood Gallery’s Take Care. The exhibit’s message conveys ongoing ideas about self-care and help found...

Talking about the CPR with Lisa Myers

In partnership with Art Metropole of Toronto, the Blackwood Gallery hosted a presentation featuring reader-in-residence Lisa Myers. Myers’ role was delivering an hour-long speech...

Remember: artists are parents, too

“A Day of Affectionate Actions” is an event at the Blackwood Gallery and it is a part of the gallery’s Take Care exhibition series....

Recognizing the value of care work

The second circuit of the Blackwood Gallery’s exhibition series, entitled Take Care, confronts the systemic undervaluing of domestic employees in the workplace and in...

Grads cross border into new territory

As the school year comes to a close, many students will graduate and enter new phases of life, myself included. Although it’s an exciting...

Transforming movement into art

What do flagged pages in books, infrared eye-tracking, and hand gestures all have in common? Artist Julien Prévieux’s exhibition at Blackwood Gallery, The Elements...

Critiquing capitalism the right way

Imagine capitalism stripped of its secrecy. Imagine capitalism as a series of unfiltered, visual representations that illustrate contexts often shielded from the public. Blackwood...
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