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FEELS LIKE HOME (November 1st to 31st)
Black-Led Events happening in Ontario - November
Feels Like Home invites audiences to consider contemporary conversations around Home. With artists from across Africa and the diaspora, Sunday School strives to share diverse stories and perspectives that reflect their collaborative ethos.
Feels Like Home highlights work from three series: The Hair Appointment (2018) by Jeremy Rodney-Hall, Ten Toes Down (2021) by Kreshonna Keane, and Jump Ball (2019–ongoing) by O’shane Howard and Joshua Kissi, foregrounding community, fashion, and culture at the intersection of art and education through a selection of photographs and video work.
Each project speaks to the unique and vibrant reflections of Black identities communicated by Sunday School, while further planting their roots beyond the digital realm – for Home is a tangible and intangible inhabited space.
This presentation is Sunday School’s first major exhibition in Toronto, marking the agency’s sixth anniversary as they continue to produce numerous projects in Toronto and around the globe.
Curated by Emilie Croning, Curatorial Assistant, Arts of Global Africa and the Diaspora.
Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5T 1G4
Runs through the month of November, Gallery Hours
Free for Members. General Admission goes for $30.
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