Newcomer Week | HOME(LAND): Terra Firma Exhibition and Artist Talk
Event Location: Cloverdale Mall, 250 The East Mall, Etobicoke, M9C 4R3View event location on Google Maps
May. 24 2022, 5:30 p.m - 6:30 p.m
How to Attend
Pre-registration is required. Register here
Join ArtworxTO Hub WEST: Cloverdale’s HOME(LAND) for an exhibition tour and artist talk of HOME(LAND).
HOME(LAND): Terra Firma is a series of three multimedia exhibitions examining how concepts of land intersect and dialogue with the fluid, and shifting characteristics of identity, belonging, and home across and between races, regions, cultures, and nations with connections to the four elemental energies from which all of life is created, water, earth, fire and air.
Terra Firma is open to the public until May 29, 2022
Refreshments and ASL interpretation provided.
About the curator:
Claudia Arana is a Latinx Independent Curator and Cultural Connector who has installed her practice at the intersection of artistic platforms which promote diversity and inclusion of varied cultural perspectives. Drawing from a mestizo background, Claudia’s curatorial work centers on in-between, and mixed cultures that develop along physical, political and social borders. She studied Art Theory and Critical Thinking at the School of Visual Arts, and Advanced Critique at the International Centre of Photography, both in New York. Currently, she is the Operations Manager at Sur Gallery, Toronto’s first gallery space dedicated to promoting contemporary Latin American artistic practices and the ArtworxTO Cultural West Hub Curator for the 2021-22 Toronto’s Year of Public Art
ArtworxTO Hub WEST | Cloverdale Common - PAST EXHIBITION
This hub was located at 250 The East Mall, Toronto, ON M9B 3Y8
Curator: Claudia Arana
Cloverdale Mall is a west end focal point where creative communities are catalysts for neighbourhood transformation. Pass through this year for interactive installations and multimedia exhibitions including the exhibition series HOME(LAND) curated by Claudia Arana; digital arts experiences using Virtual and Augmented Reality with Arts Etobicoke; and a community engaged project online conversations by Farrah Miranda with Lakeshore Arts.