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BLACK FUTURE MONTH 3016: 4th Annual Afrofuturism Art Exhibit
The 4th Annual BLACK FUTURE MONTH 3016 Art Exhibition will be spread across campus between the Ada Slaight Gallery Space (Transit Space) in 100 McCaul and the Graduate Gallery at 205 Richmond St. W.
The Exhibit consist of OCAD U students, alumni, staff and Faculty along with select artists from the Black Community.
The 4th Annual BLACK FUTURE MONTH 3016 Art Exhibition is a professional curated platform that was created in 2013 by OCADU alumnus Danilo McCallum. Now in its 4th edition of the exhibit, it is dedicated to showing work of artists who identify as being of African descent to explore the infinite expressions of Afrofuturism, Black speculative fiction, Afro-Surrealism and other expansive themes like Black identity, culture and existence in the future, real or imagined.
Opening Reception: The Lift Off
Sunday, February 3rd 6 pm
Graduate Gallery 205 Richmond St. W
The Orbit: Afrofuturism Discussion Panel, Presentation and Performances
Friday, February 7, 4 to 7 p.m.,
Main Auditorium - Room 190, 100 McCaul St
The event is being sponsored by the Faculty of LAS/SIS, Faculty of Art, Faclty of Design, Digital Futures Department, Office of Diversity, Equity & Sustainability Initiatives
York United Black Student Association, African Studies Course Union, York Black Graduate Student Collective