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DMG regularly offers education & outreach programming to enhance and provide further interpretation of our exhibition content; provide opportunity for community engagement; and create space for critical dialogue on diverse topics.

Everyone is welcome! All programming is free and take place in the gallery (unless otherwise noted.)

Friday, April 20
of fiction and faction Opening Reception
6 - 9 pm

Tiffany Schofield, Canadian artist and co-founder of Y+ contemporary, an artist-run space located in Scarborough, presents her York University Master of Fine Arts thesis exhibition at the DMG, marking the opening with a public reception.

Wednesday, May 2
House(hold) Opening Reception
6 - 8 pm
Cedar Ridge Gallery (225 Confederation Drive)
Co-presented by the DMG and Cedar Ridge Creative Centre

Join us to celebrate the fifth annual U of T Scarborough student exhibition at Cedar Ridge Gallery, with the student curators and many of the student artists in attendance.

Saturday, May 5
With an instinct for justice Opening Reception
2 - 5 pm
Artists & curator talk 3 pm
Free shuttle bus from OCAD U (100 McCaul St) at 1:30 pm, returning at 4:30 pm, first come, first served

We are celebrating the opening of With an instinct for justice with a public reception and casual talk/exhibition tour by artists Shadi Harouni and Elise Rasmussen, and curator Noa Bronstein.

Friday, May 18
Curatorial Talk by Noa Bronstein
3:30 - 4:30 pm
BV340, Bladen Wing, University of Toronto Scarborough

Curator Noa Bronstein delivers a talk about the exhibition With an instinct for justice, featuring work by Shadi Harouni and Elise Rasmussen. This talk is part of the conference Debt of History, organized by the Department of English, University of Toronto Scarborough. Open to the public.

Sunday, May 27
Contemporary Art Bus Tour
12 - 5 pm
Space limited, registration required: may-art-bus.eventbrite.ca

Tour starts at Koffler Gallery (180 Shaw Street) at 12 noon and departs for Art Gallery of Mississauga, Art Gallery of York University and Doris McCarthy Gallery. Guided tours or artist/curator talks will be offered at each venue.

Presented in conjunction with With an instinct for justice

Sunday, May 27
Exhibition Tour with Leila Pourtavaf
3:45 pm
Please note: while open to the public, this talk is part of the Contemporary Art Bus Tour, so exact timing will depend on the timing of the bus

Leila Pourtavaf -- Toronto-based writer, educator, curator and doctoral candidate in the Department of History at the University of Toronto -- leads an informal exhibition tour of With an instinct for justice.