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Opening: The Sisters' Fart Corner
Opening: The Sisters' Fart Corner  |  11/08/2019 - 19:00



articule has the pleasure of inviting you to the opening reception of The Sisters’ Fart Corner by Sarah Mihara Creagen.

The Sisters’ Fart Corner presents a body of drawings and comics that explicitly explores Creagen’s mixed-race Japanese-Canadian heritage and investigates areas of representation (contemporary/historical art, and medical) connected to women’s bodies in sex and sexual health.

Born in Nova Scotia, Sarah Mihara Creagen is a white passing mixed-race queer artist currently based between Brooklyn and Toronto. She received her MFA from Hunter College in 2018. Creagen was the recipient of the Kossak Travel Grant which enabled her and her younger sister to travel to Japan in 2018. They retraced family...
Exhibitions       The Sisters' Fart Corner
Sarah Mihara Creagen, The Chastity Belt

19:00 - EST
 
 
A Conversation Between Two Queer Figurative Artists
A Conversation Between Two Queer Figurative Artists   |  11/09/2019 - 15:00



Sarah Mihara Creagen and Anthony Cudahy (NYC) talk about sex, botany and queerness. Both queer figurative painters and drawers, they will chat about expansive forms of intimacy found in both of their practices. The discussion takes place as part of the exhibition The Sisters' Fart Corner, by Creagen.

The Sisters’ Fart Corner presents a body of drawings and comics that explicitly explores Creagen’s mixed-race Japanese-Canadian heritage and investigates areas of representation (contemporary/historical art, and medical) connected to women’s bodies in sex and sexual health.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:

Anthony Cudahy is a painter in Brooklyn, NY. He is currently enrolled in Hunter College...
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arrow_rightOpening: Memories and Portraits
03/22/2019 - 19:00

It is with great pleasure that articule invites you to the opening reception of the exhibition Memories and Portraits by Kama La Mackerel (Montréal), Pascha Marrow (Montréal), Logan MacDonald (Toronto) and Eshan Rafi (Toronto-Berlin). A discussion between the artists will take place the following day at 3pm. Free and open to all. Kama La Mackerel is a multi-disciplinary artist, writer, educator and cultural mediator who hails from Mauritius and now lives in Montreal. Their work is grounded in the exploration of justice, love, healing, decoloniality, and self...  - Memories and Portraits | Exhibitions
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arrow_rightWorkshop: Cultural Mediation as a Tool in an Artist-Run Centre
03/06/2019 - 19:00 to 21:00

Workshop: Cultural Mediation as an Accessibility, Promotion and Awareness Tool in an Artist-run Centre What is cultural mediation? Where can we apply it? This workshop aims to understand cultural mediation and how and where it can be applied, and will consist of two parts. The first will aim to collectively think about the concept of cultural mediation and its different contributions in the context of an artists' centre. For the second part, members of articule will be invited to come with their projects for a one-on-one consultation where reflections will be presented to develop a...  - Cultural Mediation | Discussion and Workshops
18 Mar 2019   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightOpening: SITUER / SITUATE | Members' Show
03/01/2019 - 19:00

It is with great pleasure that articule invites you to the opening reception of our 2019 members' show, Friday March 1st, 7 pm. Free and open to all.  Place is both a definable physical area and an action we take. How can it be a beginning for our conversations and our practices? For this exhibition, participants were invited to imagine articule as a meeting place which is both implicated in territorial loss and which provides a space for dreaming and refusal. The works here express the destabilizing experience of movement and loss, and respond by searching for new futures....  - SITUER / SITUATE | Members' Show | Exhibitions
02 Mar 2019   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_right5@7 Launch of Ronald Rose-Antoinette's Residency
02/27/2019 - 17:00

It is with great pleasure that articule invites you to the 5@7 formula launch of Ronald Rose-Antoinette’s research residency on Wednesday, February 27. Free and open to all. articule is proud to announce its second curatorial research residency for Indigenous curators or curators of colour living in Montreal. Tentatively titled re: leaning theory, not in the middle, Ronald Rose-Antoinette’s project will study the concerto of exile, inseparability, longing and queerness via the instrument of the Caribbean and its corrosive relationship to transcendance and the principle of...  - Research Residency for Curators of Colour and/or Indigenous Curators | Special projects
12 Mar 2019   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightGeneral Assembly 2019: Facilitated by Kama La Mackerel
02/16/2019 - 14:00

How can membership at articule be improved? Dear members and friends of articule, You are kindly invited to our winter General Assembly which will take place on Saturday February 16, at 2 PM. We are very pleased to welcome Kama La Mackerel, who will facilitate a discussion on membership at articule. Are membership requirements still pertinent, can they be revised or improved? How do members want to use articule's space? How can articule better reflect the needs and wishes of its membership? What are the ways in which articule can improve its accessibility towards members? This...  - Meetings
23 Feb 2019   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightArtist Talk: Nahed Mansour
01/26/2019 - 15:00

As part of the exhibition Little Egypt Doesn't Dance Here Anymore, articule is pleased to present an artist talk with Nahed Mansour (Toronto).  Nahed Mansour is a Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist and curator. Working in video, installation and performance, her works typically draw on visual archives to highlight the relationship between entertainment, labour and processes of racialization and gendering. In using found images and found footage in her work, Mansour seeks to draw attention to the reproduction of social hierarchies by means of seemingly innocent forms of...  - Little Egypt Doesn’t Dance Here Anymore | Discussion and Workshops
16 Jan 2019   |   [comment_count]  

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