An Inclusive Art Gallery
In the age of identity politics and vast political divisions, we need more inclusive spaces to bring us together. One new Toronto gallery is attempting to unite the city through shared aesthetic experience. The Margin of Eras Gallery, showcases the work of contemporary artists who live and work on the margins.
What does that mean, you ask? The exhibited artists all experience social, cultural, and/or economic marginalization, as well as systemic barriers. Check out the gallery’s Dictionary of Margins to learn a little more about the issues facing minorities, and #getwoke. Funded by radical arts initiative CUE, the gallery will show super progressive, multimedia works that challenge viewers’ ideas about race, class, and disability.