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2022 University of Toronto Shelley Peterson Student Art Exhibition

Works by

Suki Wong, Veronica Cheung, Lydia Lai, Julianna Stein, Billie Raphael, Mortasha Chan, Ming Him Janet Ma, Xintong Chen, Natalie Chiovitti, Audrey Ammann, Spenta Chothia, Antonia Grujic, Ziyan (Gabriella) Bai, Shannon Bogert, Christiana Ceesay, Rika Nakane

2022 University of Toronto Shelley Peterson Student Art Exhibition

May 18–July 30, 2022

Curated by Moshi Li, Loren Wang, and Natalie Scola

Online

The University of Toronto Shelley Peterson Student Art Exhibition is an annual exhibition celebrating the diverse artistic excellence of undergraduate students enrolled in visual studies programs across the University of Toronto’s three campuses. The exhibition offers a meeting place for students to exchange ideas through their diverse artistic practice.

The sixteen emerging artists in this year’s exhibition reveal themes that resonate with undergraduate student artists across geographical and cultural lines: memory, place, community. The exhibition invites an understanding of collective responses to place, time, and change in the present. Amongst these artists, Xintong Chen, Christiana Ceesay, and Ming Him Janet Ma were selected for awards by Emily Fitzpatrick, Artistic Director at Trinity Square Video.

The 2022 University of Toronto Shelley Peterson Student Art Exhibition is curated by Moshi Li, Loren Wang, and Natalie Scola as part of their Master of Museum Studies Exhibition Project at the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto. Their project mentor is Dr. Liora Belford.

View the exhibition:

Exhibition Brochure

Watch the winning artist interviews:

Xintong Chen
Christiana Ceesay
Ming Him Janet Ma

Exhibition Resources

Press Release

Our Supporters

We gratefully acknowledge project support from the Office of the Vice-President & Provost; University of Toronto Affinity Partner, Manulife; and the University of Toronto Faculty of Information.

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