Hallway Galleries at Daniels Spectrum
Sat - Sun: 10 AM - 6 PM
Mon - Fri: 8 AM - 9 PM
Statutory Holidays: Closed
The Daniels Spectrum Hallway Galleries (2,500 square feet) are open to the public and free of charge. You can visit anytime to view our ongoing art exhibitions showcasing the work of artists from Regent Park and beyond. Find the Hallway Galleries on the main floor and on the second floor, throughout the hallways.
Other Side of the Game: An Exhibition
October 19, 2017 – November 18, 2017 – 1st floor | Opening Reception on October 19, 2017 | 7:00pm
What is required when you love someone who is targeted and criminalized by the state?
Written by Amanda Parris, the theatre play OTHER SIDE OF THE GAME explores this question by centering the stories of those who are too often relegated to the supporting role of a male-dominated narrative.
This exhibition features creative work that centers women too often silenced and marginalized. Each piece has been selected because of its relation to a theme in the play OTHER SIDE of the GAME by Amanda Parris. It invites viewers to recognize the self-determination of women who love on their own terms.
Other Side of the Game: An Exhibition features works from:
Amanda Anoize, Trevlyn Kennedy, Setti Kidane, Dainesha Nugent-Palanche, Zehna Odwar, Kalmplex, Benny Bing, and more.
Curated by: Amanda Parris
The Ride or Die Project, Artscape Daniels Spectrum and the Black Speculative Arts Movement
iAM: An Exhibition on Reconciliation
November 3, 2017 – January 12, 2018 – 2nd floor | Opening Reception on November 3, 2017 | 6:30pm
The 2017 iAM exhibition explores reconciliation through the personal stories of Indigenous youth. Over the summer, nine participants took part in a two-week photography and storytelling mentorship program, run by JAYU in partnership with the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto.
iAM 2017 is an opportunity to share their stories and celebrate the culmination of their hard work. RSVP at jayu.ca/rsvp
Curator: elle alconcel
elle alconcel is a community arts supporter committed to the diversification of Toronto’s arts and culture scene. As a curator in the community arts gallery arena, she is invested in showcasing the work of local, culturally diverse artists. She champions programs and spaces that are designed to bring an exciting new voice to the arts dialogue in Toronto. Her curatorial projects have included Madiba, a visual arts presentation for the Nelson Mandela Day Celebrations (2013) at Daniels Spectrum and the inaugural exhibition at the new Toronto Arts Council gallery/workspace. elle is the Youth Outreach Coordinator at the Ryerson Image Centre and a member of two steering committees of ArtReach Toronto.
The Hallway Galleries programming at Daniels Spectrum is a unique opportunity for emerging and mid-career curators and artists to present exhibitions from local artists that not only reflect the multifaceted culture of the Regent Park community but also encourage dialogue and celebrate the importance of arts and culture.
- Picture the possibilities | Muslimah Photovoice Project | August 25 – September 10
- Terra Incognita | Alexia Bread Anderson, Amanda Robertson-Hebert, Bernard Leroux, Connor Pion, Fallon Simard, Gabor Bata, Kaiatanoron Dumoulin Bush, Karalyn Reuben, Katsitsanoron Katty Dumoulin Bush, Kaya Dacosta, Lacie Kanerahtahsóhon Burning, Laura St. Amant, Mariah Meawasige, Megan Feheley, Michael Crawford, Oliver Roberts, Simon Shim, Seo Eun Kim, and Ted Hoffie | July 6 – August 31
- Nuit Rose Opening Group Exhibition | Throbbing Rose Collective | June 14 – July 4
- The Unsung S/heroes Photography Exhibit | Alexis Mcdonlad / Stephen Lewis Foundation | May 2 – May 31
- Taxi Drivers of Toronto Exhibit | Henrry Vanderspek | May 2 to May 31
- The Florida Highwaymen: A Land that Time Forgot | The Florida Highwaymen | Feb 9 – March 16
- Through the Material Landscape | Charmaine Lurch | Feb 9 – March 12
- We Are Forever Portraits | Benny Bing | November 19 – January 27
- (mus)interpreted | Samaa Ahmed, Shatha Al-Husseini, Ala Al-Thibeh, Iman Bhatti, Manaal Farooqi,Ghada Habbal, Raafia Jessa, Yara El Safi, Farxiyo Maxamad, Cabdullaahi Jaamac, Riya Jama, Zahra Komeylian, Maha Munaf, Hana Shafi, Samira Warsame | October 12 – November 13
- The Invisible Majority | Zahra Sdiddiqui | Sept 8 – Oct 31
- Coming of Age – 10 Years of The Remix Project | September 8 – September 9
- The Sawubona Project | August 23 – September 4
- Line 1: Exhibition. Paintings by Katty Wu | August 14 – September 4
- Upping The Aunty | Meera Sethi | May 31st – August 7
- Black Toronto 2116 | March 6 – April 17
- Where Are You Really From? | March 6 – April 16
- Kandake, of Sword and Pen: Black Women’s Art and Resistance | February20 – March 5
- Fabric of Tanzania | November 12 – January 24
- TRIGGERS: You Will Never See Your City the Same Again | November 12 – December 22
- Gebeta Nights | November 12 – December 22
- Between Spheres and SOMOS: A Latin American-Canadian Exhibition | July 18- August 31
- Cosmopolis Toronto | Colin Boyd Schaffer | May 8 – June 26
- Faces of Regent Park | Dan Bergeron | May 8 – June 26
- Sprung | ArtHeart Community Art Centre | April 2nd – April 30
- Through Generations | Ato Seitu | Ella Cooper | Georgia Fullerton | Komi Olaf | Mark “Kurupt” Stoddart | ZimArt’s Rice Lake Galllery | Zimbuktu Sculptures – Public Art Consultants | February 5 – March 1
- Pan/orama | Rafael Yaluff; Abstractus; Alejandro Santiago; G N’S Projects | August 4 – September 5
- Intersections | Yannick Anton, Jon Blak, Buruk Early, Wade Hudson, Ebti Nabang, Candace Nyaomi, Kalmplex Seen, SoTeeOh, Dwayne Sybbliss | May 8 – August 25
- J A M A I C A | Wade Hudson | December 2013 – January 2014
- Building Black | Ekow Nimako | February 2014
- Black Future Month 3014 | Danilo McCallum, Javid JAH, Jordan Clarke, Soteeoh, Ola Ojo, Komi Olaf, Chantelle Kennebrew (Junk Prints), Samson Brown, Quentin Vercetty, Chris Ak, Hillina Seife | February 2014
- BLK Ken and Barbie: The Dis-Identification Performance | Rose Ann Marie Bailey | February 2014
- Artistic Migration | Young Women from the Access Alliance Program | March – April 2014
- (mus)interpreted | Ala Al-Thibeh, Ammara Wasim, Fathima Husna, Fatima Wahid, Hamdi Ali, Hira Kazmi, Jaudat Adnan, Jumana Chowdhury, Kashfia Rahman, Leila Fatemi, Maha Munaf, Mehwish Siddiqui, Naqa al-Thibeh, Rabab al-Kishmeri, Rola Kuidir, Zahra Agjee, The Creative Girls Crew, The Truth & Dare Photography Project | April 2014
- I HeART Regent Park | David Zapparoli and Pathways to Education Student Photographers: Allora Long, Gelila Tgiorhie, Lensa Youssouf, Mandeq Hassan, Mariama Barud, Nadia Salam, Nagadir Khan, Najam Adan, Nuzhaatb Sabreen, Rafia Salam, Shamal Haider, Zeinab Ibrahim | May – June 2014