The Holy Art Presents

Virtual Exhibition
Hackney Downs Studios

17 Amhurst Terrace, E8 2BT, London, UK


The Holy Art Presents
Virtual Exhibition
Hackney Downs Studios

17 Amhurst Terrace, E8 2BT, London, UK


Featured Artists:
Nisha Thomas
Francis Galan

Ruxandra Pana
Helene Maghin
Alejandra Montoya
Phil Cope
Elya Cohen
Kevin Wilczeswki

Harim Park
Jordan Tyler King
Léa Jackson
Heikedine Günther
Lucy Merriman
Noe Pina
Kyle Yip
Valin Stonem
Jasmine De Silva
Kata Kukla
Edward Bullinger
Rihanat Bigey
Una d'Aragona
Angelina Kovrig
Kathryn Graham
Mackenzie Perras
Pablo Fanque
Nosazemen Agbontaen
Florina David
Caro Enax
Aoife O'Callaghan
Stella Olivier

Fiona Stewart
Lara Gallagher
Samuel Benigni
Magdalena Bukowska
Linda Li
Briana Athena Benore
Laura Menassa
Chantel Ness

Haoxuan Chen

Contact Photography Festival
Arta Gallery
14 Distillery Lane, Toronto, Ontario, M5A 3C4, Canada



Arta Gallery presents TIME LOST as part of the 2021 Contact Photography Festival. The exhibit pulls the curtain on some of the more private scenes and experiences of our current moment; where we once had no time, we now have the ability to get lost in our internal world, indulging on some things while deprived of others. Featuring the works of Canadian and International artists, this collection takes the viewers on a tour of pieces that came out of isolation. Capturing moments that are both static yet moving, these photos invite one’s imagination to re-examine what is ordinary and what’s extraordinary. Our experience of isolation has created an invisible bond, and though each with our individual state of mind. TIME LOST is an exhibit looking at what we found among the loss. 

Participating Artists:

Fay Athari  

David Wile

Laura Jane Petelko

Christina Sideris

Jodi Chapnik

Edith Levy 

Meagan Ogilvie 

Elsa Hashemi 

Parham Didehvar 

Sage Steward 

Morgan Jones
Kyle Yip


Overwhelming Possibilities
Arta Gallery
14 Distillery Lane, Toronto, Ontario, M5A 3C4, Canada


So many of us run into the paradox of choice in our lives. Sometimes we can feel overwhelmed by the potential of having more than one possibility. So, how one can select one and be sure it is the absolutely perfect choice?

The Overwhelming Possibilities exhibition invites the viewers to start what they always wanted to do! Our life is a blank canvas. You have no real experience before you try something, and it's so fun to place that first dab of color. Gain mistakes as it’s easy to "scrape" them off and start again. The more skills you acquire, the more aware you become of how big the world of opportunity really is.

Featured Artists:
Paige Ring
Brook Palmer
Maryam Ebrahimi
Wendy Mataija
Julien Poublanc
Ivo Stoyanov
Leah Hicks
Karen Goetzinger
Michael Black
Peter Goldfarb
Fiona Debell
Eugenia Elder
Kyle Yip
Rita Vindedzis
Jason Balducci
Joanne Nelson
Sara Purves

Contemporary Art Celebrating Equality
New York City, New York, United States

WED APR 14, 05:00 PM EDT

Enjoy this colorful catalog including works from an independent curatorial platform celebrating equality and inclusion as most of the artists represented are women, members of the LGTBQ community or racialized persons.


Visual Arts Mississauga

4170 Riverwood Park Ln, Mississauga, Ontario, L5C 2S7, Canada
THU JAN 14 - THU FEB 11, 03:00 PM EST


Exhibition Period: January 14ᵗʰ - February 11ᵗʰ, 2020


Join us for the VAM43 Juried Show of Fine Arts! This prestigious art exhibition will kick-off Mississauga’s 2021 season of cultural events.

Visual Arts Mississauga (VAM) at Riverwood is pleased to announce it will launch its anticipated 43rd Annual Juried Show of Fine Arts online on Thursday, January 14, 2021 at 3pm live on the VAM Facebook Page at Visual Arts Mississauga.

The virtual exhibition will also be linked to VAM’s website at

VAM43 will showcase an eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary visual art works. Over 150 artists applied to the exhibition province-wide. VAM's expert Jurors have selected 43 artworks to be on exhibition on the VAM43 website from January 14 – December 31, 2021.

The Awards are proudly sponsored by DeSerres. Join us!

VAM43 Jurors
Elle Alconcel
Gordon Shadrach
Matthew Varey

Congratulations to this year’s 43 selected artists:

Adriana Rinaldi
Anna Wagner-Ott
Anne Nawrocka
Ante Benedikt Kurilić
Bill Parker
Bob Phillips
Bogdan Luca
Camille King
Christopher Myhr
Darrell Neufeld
Elayne Windsor
Emily MacLennan
Emily Pleasance
Emma Juliette
Farhee Chundrigar
Fiona Freemark
Heejae Jo
Huaijun Wen
Ian McLean
Ian Varney
James Glen
Jessica Darzinskas
Jie Zhou
John Richer
Jordan Dunlop
Karim Machado-Aman
Kyle Yip
Laurie Skantzos
Lesia Shipowick
Lindsey Kemp
Lisa Smith
Lori Ryerson
Lynden Cowan
Maureen Paxton
Peter Adams
Ruth Lane
Ryan Watson
Samantha Dennis
Sandra Lambert
Sasha Opeiko
Sherry Park
Tara Nix
Zoe Cezar-White

Quarantine Qapsule Archiving Asian Canadian Stories

Myseum of Toronto

401 Richmond Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 3A8, Canada
WED NOV 18, 07:00 PM - 08:15 PM


Exhibition Period: November 18ᵗʰ, 2020


Chinatowns have long been spaces to reconnect with Asian heritage and connect disparate communities around the world. They also have a long history of erasure from our historical records and imagination. This continues to be true due to rapid gentrification throughout our cities, and especially now due to the heightened xenophobia surrounding COVID-19.

With thoughtful discussion facilitated by Tea Base, we talk to our Quarantine Qapsule (QQ) Mentor Team to discuss the significance of Chinatowns in our everyday life and why archiving the voices of Asian-Canadians matters today.

This Mentor Team will be working with selected applicants of the Quarantine Qapsule mentorship program to produce a unique contribution to the QQ archive.

The Quarantine Qapsule and this program aims to build bridges between Asian-Canadian communities across Ontario and document the living history of these communities.




What will we remember during this time?

Quarantine Qapsule (QQ) is a digital archive of the Asian Canadian experience during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As a “time capsule” of the quarantine period, we are looking for creative contributions from all members of our community. We want to hear your stories of resilience, hope, and self-discovery!

Persons self-identifying as Asian Canadian (and living in Ontario) are invited to submit video, musical or visual art to the QQ. No fancy equipment required, art can be created anywhere in any style, creativity cannot be stifled!


Ignite Gallery
165 Augusta Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2L4, Canada

THU SEP 24 - WED OCT 21, 01:00 PM - 05:10 PM


Exhibition Period: September 24ᵗʰ - October 21ˢᵗ, 2020


Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Sunday, 1pm - 5pm
Closed: Monday, Tuesday


This fall Ignite Gallery will continue its 40+ year history of supporting emerging talent by showcasing artists selected in our annual call for submissions. Our hope is to present more of their works to you IRL in 2021, but until then, stay tuned for a series of virtual exhibitions on our webpage and behind the scenes videos posted to our instagram:

Khadija Aziz
Brandon Celi
Katie Kotler
Malik McKoy
Sid Sharp
Kyle Yip
Calvin Zhang

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