Everyone has a colourful story. This is ours! An alignment of celestial creations by Toronto’s emerging art stars.
Thursday March 21, 2019 to Saturday March 30, 2019
Saturday March 23, 2019 from 2 PM to 5 PM
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URBAN GALLERY and UrbanSource Catering are proud to support the CENTENNIAL COLLEGE STUDIO ARTS program with an annual exhibition at URBAN GALLERY showcasing artwork by the 1st year students.
Edwin De Villa
Ye Jin Park
March 15-24, 2018
URBAN GALLERY presents
our March 2018 Exhibition
Not what you would normally expect from a group of ambitious emerging artists. Art that makes you
want to take a much longer second look. Layered universes of double meaning, hope, despair, humour, longing, madness, genius, and skillful virtuosity. All contained within innocuous 18 inch square shadow boxes. You will leave thinking “wait, what?”…
Each year, URBAN GALLERY in Toronto hosts a 10-day exhibition of works from the first year students of the Centennial College Studio Arts program, and this year’s show is titled “Wait, What?”. Not what you would normally expect from a group of ambitious emerging artists…
Read more here.
Twenty-five emerging art stars from Centennial College explore the frontiers deeply submerged within the box.
March 23 to April 1, 2017
FEVER –Amanda Francis
March 17-26, 2016
An exploration of tainted grace in the contemporary world
Twenty five emerging artists strut their stuff as adventurers in the realm of lures, traps,
|Reception photos by Morgan Bocknek|
Glenda Forham: Urban Gallery, Toronto, Presents Centennial Students' Exhibition (video)
Curator Allen Shugar with SHIFT by Benrue Xie
Gina Martin with her painting ALL MINE
Rhiannon deWit and fans with her painting TROUBLE
Kaylene Calligaro (L) and warrior friend with her sculpture MORPHEUS
Liam Racine with his artwork SEXUALLY APPEALING
TEMPT party guests
Gallery Manager Calvin Hambrook
March 19-28, 2015
On the verge... of GREATNESS!
The next generation of emerging artists from the CENTENNIAL COLLEGE FINE ARTS STUDIO program strut their stuff. A vibrant and startling exhibition that redefines "being on the verge"!
March 20-29, 2014