CONVENIENCE

Treating the mom-and-pop shop as a point of departure, CONVENIENCE is an exhibition that questions the notions of efficiency, passivity, & proximity stereotypically associated with Asian immigrant life.

Works by Heidi Cho, Meera Sethi, Manny Trinh, Michael Veneracion, Xiaojing Yan, & Shellie Zhang

Curated by Belinda Kwan & Tak Pham

Presented as a part of the 2018 Myseum Intersections Festival (Arrivals + Departures), in partnership with 187 Augusta & Project 40 Collective.

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OPENING RECEPTION:

Thursday, March 1 from 7–10 PM

EXHIBITION HOURS:

March 1–15, open everyday from 12–5 PM

187 Augusta Ave. Toronto, ON M5T 2L4

CURATOR-LED DISCUSSION:

Sunday, March 4 from 2–5 PM

PERSONAL BELONGINGS,

A WORKSHOP W/ PROJECT 40 COLLECTIVE:

Saturday, March 10 from 1–5 PM

Register here: www.bit.ly/p40belonging

www.p40collective.ca

www.facebook.com/187Augusta

www.bit.ly/convenience2018

The curators and partners of this exhibition are committed to accessible programming. All programs are FREE and open to the public unless otherwise noted. 187 Augusta will also be wheelchair-friendly by the time of the event, and the space is LGBTQIA2S friendly. Should visitors require any further accommodations, please contact bkwanart@gmail.com.


CONVENIENCE

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