Tag: gallery

Painting the gallery red

Students showcase artwork in annual graduate exhibition at the Blackwood Gallery

The weightlessness of the world

Printmaking iconoclasts take over the Blackwood Gallery with 3D paper installations.

Cinema stirs the senses

The Blackwood Gallery is always looking for new ways to transform the gallery space, and its latest exhibition, Lost Secrets of the Royal—curated by Ben Donoghue and Heather Keung—is no exception to this tradition.

Artists “take part” at the Barnicke

The exhibition is composed of works by five international artists in both video and print. The works interpret how the modern public sphere is simultaneously bought together and segregated by social media, consumerism, religion, capitalism, and individual human perception.

Blackwood curates anniversary show

To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Art & Art History program, curator Shannon Anderson devised a collaborative curatorial approach for Viva Voce by selecting artwork, designs, and films created by a diverse group of UTM graduates.

Blackwood follows up with new exhibit

Following the massive success and undertaking of Traffic: Conceptual Art in Canada 1965:1980 last year, the Blackwood Gallery’s latest exhibit appears much more modest...

Chopin at the ROM

In honour of the 200 years since his birth in 1810, the Royal Ontario Museum dedicated an exhibit to the life of Fryderyk Chopin,...

No more boring art

From September 11 to November 28, the Blackwood Gallery will be home to a portion of Traffic: Conceptual Art in Canada: 1965-1980, which includes...

When art gallery meets Pub Night

The fall semester is on its last legs, after going through a series of physically impossible actions (but totally tangible metaphors) like falling, jumping...
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