Zombie culture cast a long, gruesome shadow over recent Halloween celebrations — and beyond. Its spooky and scary reality lives on in an eerie exhibit entitled You Cannot Kill What is Already Dead.
Doris McCarthy Gallery
The Scarborough arts scene has been more than active this spring as residents are re-introduced to local beauty by two galleries. The Bluffs Gallery, located at 1859 Kingston Rd. is the centre of all the activity. This spring, the gallery is hosting a members’ exhibition to showcase local artists’ work on abstract and traditional art.
The “C Word” is an exhibit that looks at Canadian artists and their crafts as a form of expression. It was unveiled at the Doris McCarthy Gallery, located at the University of Toronto Scarborough, in February.
Garbage has a new place at the Doris McCarthy Gallery at University of Toronto Scarborough campus. Artists Anna Passakas and Radoslaw Kudlinski’s multi-disciplinary show, Super It, Blue Republic features an artistic take on trash until November 2.
“This is the noisiest exhibition we’ve ever had,” Erin Peck says. The Doris McCarthy Gallery at the University of Toronto Scarborough campus is offering the public a chance to explore the works of artist and musician Gordon Monahan for free until April 13.