Bachir/Yerex Presentation Space, 401 Richmond St. West, 4th floor. Tuesday–Saturday, 12-5 pm. Works by Mona Hatoum, Akram Zaatari, Nahed Mansour, Atefeh Khademolreza, Parastoo Anoushapour & Faraz Anoushapour, Rehab Nazzal, and Walid Ra’ad. Co-presented by Vtape & the Images Festival. ⊕
Past Events Archive
CALL FOR PROPOSALS: The Curatorial Incubator, v.18: Learning From the Local
This year, Vtape has invited the Niagara Artists Centre (NAC) to join us for a joint Curatorial Incubator. SUBMISSION DEADLINE: TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 2022. ⊕
MAY 28: DOORS OPEN TORONTO AT THE COMMONS @ 401!
May 28, 10am-5pm: join Vtape and our partners at The Commons @ 401 for Blooming Intimacies, a screening of short videos curated by Kelly Lui & Kaitlynn Tomaselli, at the Bachir/Yerex Presentation Space, ⊕
MAY 18TH: LIVE ON-LINE SCREENING & CONVERSATION with Lauren Gabrielle Fournier & logan williams
Join us May 18th, 8:00 pm EDT, for the live online screening of Lauren Gabrielle Fournier’s The Truck Guys, from her recent solo exhibition, “Auto” Theory. The screening will be followed at 8:30 by a conversation about the exhibition between Lauren Gabrielle Fournier and logan williams. ⊕
Lauren Gabrielle Fournier: “Auto” Theory exhibition, March 29 – April 23, 2022
Vtape returns to in-person events with Lauren Gabrielle Fournier’s solo exhibition featuring new film and video work that engages with critical whiteness and settler colonialisms via the symbols of automobiles and trucks. In the Bachir/Yerex Presentation Space, 401 Richmond St. West, Tuesday-Saturday, noon – 5:00 p.m. ⊕
Since opening our doors in 1983, Vtape has presented a substantial program of screenings, exhibitions, artists’ talks, and publications. Events from recent years are represented here in this archive. This on-line resource reflects a unique combination of event-based programming and education dedicated to the development of video artists and new and diverse audiences. The Past Events Archive is organized by year, starting with the most recent events, and moving backwards through history.