Past Projects and Exhibitions

Exhibition Record

Solo Exhibitions & Projects
Vaseline in His Back Pocket. The AGYU Performance Bus. Art Gallery of York University,
Curator: Emelie Chhangur. Toronto. (Performance) (2012)
Tandem. The Trane Studio. Curator: Frank Francis. Toronto. (Painting) (2007)
Too Sexy for Our Bodies, Come As You Are. Solo Show. (Painting and mixed media) (2005)

Group Exhibitions
We Can’t Compete at the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta. (Activist
Love Letters performance) (2014)                                                                                                                                          That’s So Gay: Say it to My Face.  Gladstone Hotel, Toronto. (Painting & Performance Art) (2013)
Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar. Wide release. Canada
(Reproduction) (2012)
Poster/Virus. AIDS Action Now. Launch at Art Gallery of Ontario; wide distribution.
(Poster/ Graphic Design) (2012)
An Audience of Enablers Cannot Fail. Power Plant, Art Gallery of York University and the Feminist Art Gallery, Toronto. (Performance) (2012)
Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention 20th Anniversary Exhibition. Curator: Elisa Hatton. (Painting and Mixed Media on Wood) (2009)
Buddies in Bad Times Annual Art Auction, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. Curator: Chy Ryan Spain. (Painting and Mixed-Media on Canvas). Toronto (2008)
Line Art: LGBTQ Youth Line Art Auction, SPIN Gallery. Curators: Ryan G Hinds and Will Munroe.  (Painting: Graphite and Acrylic on Wood). Toronto  (2007)
Artists of the Gallery . The Hangman Gallery. Curator: Lisa Morton. Toronto. (Painting: Acrylic on canvas) (2007)
B Current Launch: part of the Rock. Paper. Sistahs festival.  New Harlem Restaurant. Curator: Sandra Brewster. Toronto (painting and mixed media on wood) (2007)
Toronto Friends of JAS Art Auction: Toronto Jamaican AIDS Society [Painting: Mixed Media on canvas] (2006)
Line Art: LGBTQ Youth Line Art Auction, Gladstone Hotel. Curator: Peter Kingstone (Painting: Graphite and Acrylic on Wood) (2006)
I Represent… ASPACE Gallery. Curator: Natalie Wood. (painting and mixed media) (2006)
Line Art: LGBTQ Youth Line Art Auction, ASPACE Gallery. Curator: Peter Kingstone (Painting/Mixed Media) (2006)
The Art of Giving Ashanti Room. Curator: Ashanti Room (painting and mixed media) (2006)
Ten, Trane Studio. Curators: SEEN Collective (Painting) (2005)
Visual Art for Change, ARCfest: Art for Real Change Festival, Curators: Josh Bloch and Elikhai Shaffir (Painting and mixed media) (2004)
Voices and Visuals, Mayworks Festival of the Working Arts (Site Installation/ Drawing/Painting) (2004)
Mother Love, The Ashanti Room (Mixed Media/Painting) (2004)
Imbizo with Bell Hooks, University of Toronto (Illustration/design) (2004)
Presentation to Bell Hooks, University of Toronto (Painting) (2004)
Cell Count. Prisoners with HIV/AIDS Support Action Network.   Publication (Drawing/Illustration) (2003)
Nourish, Spirit Magazine Launch. Curators: Adrian Kahgee and Rebeka Tabobondung. (Site Installation) (2003)
Coming 2 Voice, A.P.U.S Toronto, Publication (collage, painting) (2003)
Insulated. University of Toronto. Curators: Emelie Chhangur & Shannan Kurtz. (Site Installation) (2002)
Action Speaks Louder… Ontario Public Interest Research Group (Mixed Media/Painting) (2002)
Morning Thesis Exhibition, University of Toronto (Painting) (2001)
Sculpture Show, University of Toronto (Site Installation) (2001)
Art. Text. University of Toronto (Performance Art) (2001)

Curating

Re:Purpose. Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, Ontario. Featuring work by: Stephen
Fakiyesi, Maria Hupfield, Lisa Bufano and more. (2014).
That’s So Gay: On The Edge. Gladstone Hotel. Toronto, Ontario. Featuring work by:
Hazel Meyer, Jes Sacshe, Daryl James Bucar, Graham Kennedy, Rebeka Tabobondung
and more. (2014)
The Church Street Mural Project. Public Art Project across 12 sites in the Church Wellesley Village BIA, Toronto, Ontario. Featuring work by: John Kuna, Alexa Hatanaka, Red Dress Productions, Lily Butterland, Meera Sethi and more. (2013)

The Fire This Time: A Look Back at the Block. Glad Day Bookshop. Toronto, Ontario.
Featuring work by: Christopher Cushman, JORIAL, Kamille Grant, Courtnay MacFarlane
and Syrus Marcus Ware (2012)

(Proud) City. Pride Toronto Festival, Toronto School of Art. Toronto, Ontario. Featuring
work by Elisha Lim, Eugenio Salas, Kara Seivewright, Eshan Rafi, Peter Kingstone,
Francesca Nocera and Natalie Wood. (2011)

Working it Out! Trans People Are Workers Too!, Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts. Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Toronto, Ontario. Featuring work by Ryli Skelton, Tristan R. Whistan, Luwam Yoseph, Dagny Thompson, and Chris Ablett. (2008)

The End of the Party Party, Scotia Bank Nuit Blanche, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario. Featuring Will Munroe, Christina Ziedler, and Celina Carroll (2007)

Transformation City: AGO Community Art Project 2007. Art Gallery of Ontario. Toronto. Featuring artwork by Sandra Brewster, Stephen Fakiyesi and Michael Caines. (2007)

Resistance as Art, part of ARCfest 2006, SPIN Gallery, Toronto. Featuring work by Natalie Wood, Chuck Kuderick, Chris Ablett, Denniston Ewan, and others, (2006)

Art as Resistance, part of ARCfest 2006  , Lennox Contemporary Gallery, Toronto, Featuring work by Terri Donovan, JORIAL, Peter Collins, and others, (2006)

Art as Resistance, Resistance as Art,  Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, Featuring work by Natalie Wood, Daryl James Bucar & JORIAL,(2006)

Transformation City: AGO Community Art Project 2006. Art Gallery of Ontario. Toronto. Featuring artwork by: Catherine Campbell, Day Milman, Jef McLarnon, and Camille Turner, (2006)

Transformation City: AGO Community Art Project 2005. Art Gallery of Ontario. Toronto. Featuring artwork by: William Ho, Daryl James Bucar, Natalie Wood, Maria Hupfield, and Wil Kucey. (2004)

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