Art Gallery of York University (AGYU)


Art Gallery of York University (AGYU)
4700 Keele Street, Accolade East Building, Toronto ON M3J 1P3
Hours -- Mon-Fri 10-4, Wed 10-8, Sun 12-5, Sat closed. Directions -- TTC: Ride Line One to York University Station: the Gallery entrance faces the south exit. Driving: Enter YorkU Keele Campus via The Pond Road; park in the Student Services garage. WheelTrans: Closest stop is YorkU Subway Station, north exit.
T: 416 736 5169
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www.AGYU.art

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Main Gallery exhibition

17 Apr -- 23 Jun 2019 | opening reception Wed 17 Apr, 6-9pm; exhibition tour with Arnait in Inuktitut and English 6:30pm:

Arnait Ikajurtigiit: Women helping each other. Arnait Video Productions is a dynamic collective of women filmmakers ... more


AGYU Vitrines

17 Apr -- 23 Jun 2019 | opening reception Wed 17 Apr, 6-9pm:

Ellen Dawn McGeough is an artist interested in relays. The passing of a baton between runners, for instance, where the feeling of palming a thing and the tangibility of sweat and chalk is transferred between subjects, and where time and space ... more


Audio Out Listening Bench

17 Apr -- 23 Jun 2019 | opening reception Wed 17 Apr, 6-9pm:

Canadian-Icelandic interdisciplinary artist angela rawlings' piece for AGYU's Audio Out Listening Bench is a meditation on languages as inescapable lenses of human engagement. rawlings' sensorial practice seeks relational empathy between bodie

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Publications

NEW publications
Iris Häussler
: The Sophie La Rosière Project. Includes essays by Philip Monk, Catherine Sicot, Rui Mateus Amaral, Gérard Audinet and Yan Pélissier.
The

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