Gallery 310, 122 Bond st, 3rd Floor.
A Selection of Past Exhibitions
Ryerson/ Brighton Exchange
For the ninth consecutive year, students from the University of Brighton’s 2nd & 3rd year BFA photography program are exchanging image files with Ryerson University’s 2nd year Image Arts photo students. In past years, this exhibition has been shown on monitors in a physical space in both respective schools. This year due to the closing of school facilities because of Covid-19, both exhibitions will be hosted online.
March 2nd - 6th, 2020
A solo photography exhibition by Ramzi J Khalil
February 9th - 15th
listen for what She tells you
An exploration of the divine feminine in Christian faith traditions, by Peter Totten
February 3rd-8th, 2020
where i end, u belong
where i end, u belong is a series which focuses on the stories and experiences of men and non-binary male presenting people between the ages of 18-21. Specifically, examining the navigation of masculinity and their perspectives on masculinity’s effects on mental health and identity. Thus, profiling experiences of those whose identities challenge the notion of the social ideology of “the masculine man”.
January 20th-24th, 2020
Art In Colour
The annual Art In Colour exhibition hosted by IMA's Course Union. The exhibit features work by Ryerson BIPOC artists. This year the work addresses the theme of "Identity" through a representation of different mediums.
November 18th - 23rd, 2019
BACKWARDs CIRCLE is a multimedia installation made primarily of kinetic electrical ready-made/found objects, by Evan Arbic
February 11th-15th, 2019
Sign(s) of Life, Glendon Mcgowan
Sign(s) of Life addresses and investigates the idea of physical space in relation to human encounter and interaction, within the environment of the beaches and shorelines of Lake Ontario that extend across Toronto’s southern boundary.
October 15th-19th, 2018
Taking the Lane, Cole LeGree
With a relative increase in people looking to move away from motor vehicles, and increasing cyclist and pedestrian fatalities at the hands of motorists, the City of Toronto (alongside Vancouver and Montreal) announced Vision Zero, a long-term plan to eliminate traffic-related deaths in the city by 2021.
September 3rd - 14th, 2018
Flagging Film, Filming Flags, curated by Gerda Cammaer
Reflections on the meaning of analogue film in the digital age, and its survival/revival as a medium.