Daniels Spectrum Presents: Where Are You Really From?

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Daniels Spectrum Presents: Where Are You Really From?

Daniels Spectrum presents “Where Are You Really From?,” a juried exhibition featuring multi-media artworks by local emerging artists that discuss the theme of cultural identity. It is an exhibition that aims to celebrate Toronto’s diverse community while raising questions about individual identity. This exhibition also sheds light on lived experiences relating to culture, immigration, integration, stereotypes, representation and language-related issues. 

Opening Reception
Friday, March 11th from 6:00pm to 10:00pm. 

Gallery Hours:
Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 9:00pm
Saturday to Sunday, 10:00am to 6:00pm

March 10 – April 16, 2016 in the first and second floor Hallway Galleries.

Exhibiting Artists

• Alondra Ruiz-Hernandez
• Caitlyn Stevens
• Elizabeth Chan
• Jana Ghalayini
• Janine Wheeler
• Jay Ginsherman
• Judy Duggan-McCormack
• Katty Wu
• Kassandra White
• Mariya Haponenko
• Nathalie Moreno Garcia
• Nyle Migiizi Johnston
• Oreka James
• Phuong Nguyen
• Sabid Ali
• Sharene Shafie
• Tanushree Pande
• Tasneem Dairywala


Curator: Jenny Chen

Jenny Chen is a fourth year student at OCAD University majoring in Drawing and Painting. Her personal body of work involves the representation of the human body in relation to identity in different mediums. As an emerging artist herself, she understands the difficulties artists face with finding space to exhibit their work. Her interests are in line with helping create community and opportunities that give exposure to students and aspiring artists. Where Are You Really From? is her first curatorial project as a part of her internship position at Artscape in Daniels Spectrum. Jenny also works as an acting gallery coordinator at Neilson Park Creative Centre, and assists with exhibition development and execution.

Daniels Spectrum

585 Dundas Street East