We are beyond excited to present this house, made and mended by unbelonging hands, an exhibition taking place in our First Floor Gallery from April 1 – June 30! Please note that due to COVID-19, this exhibition will be open by appointment only, Tuesdays – Sundays from 10AM – 5PM.
this house, made and mended by unbelonging hands is a group exhibition of contemporary craft and zine works by emerging queer artists, curated by Riverdale Curatorial Projects. Throughout history, queer people, and especially queer people of colour, have had to make their own spaces, their own communities, and their own systems of documenting their stories. this house, made and mended by unbelonging hands showcases artists whose work takes on expansive approaches to craft practices and speaks to this legacy of queer-spacemaking, kinship, and continual resistance across time. Dayna Danger, Akash Inbakumar, Kaythi, Vincy Lim, Yahn Nemirovsky, and Cleopatria Peterson present works that engage the longstanding tradition of queer craft as something that connects us to past and future queer ancestors.
Riverdale Curatorial Projects is a curatorial collective dedicated to employing the transformative power of art to engage Toronto’s east-end community and to connect them to other communities in the city as well as relevant national and global conversations. Led by emerging curators Dallas Fellini and Karina Iskandarsjah, Riverdale Curatorial Projects is mandated to align arts programming with the social programs, services, and core beliefs of the Riverdale Hub, and to reflect its diverse community through artistic programming.
Artwork credit: Yahn Nemirovsky, I come apart from my binding.
This project is generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council.
| 1326 Gerrard Street East, Toronto, M4E 1Z1, Ontario, Canada|
|} April 01, 2021 to June 30, 2021|
| Thursday, 10:00 am to 05:00 pm|
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| Remaining Tickets: 100|
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