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Curatorial Tour: The Love that Remains, with Samantha Lance

A program of:
The Love that Remains

Rescheduled to Friday, May 24
University of Toronto Art Centre

Join MVS Curatorial Studies student Samantha Lance for a tour of The Love that Remains, an exhibition that brings together three Toronto-based artists whose contemporary textile practices recover matrilineal histories of displacement and belonging. Lance will share deeper insight into how artists Par Nair, Julie Gladstone, and Carol Ann Apilado revitalize ancestral practices to reconnect with their families, genealogies, and homelands.  

The event is free and all are welcome. 

About the Curator

Samantha Lance is a curator and writer originally from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, and currently based in Toronto. She holds a BFA with Distinction in Criticism and Curatorial Practice from OCAD University and is completing the MVS Curatorial Studies program at the University of Toronto. Samantha has worked as a freelance writer and Curatorial Intern for The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery and a Curatorial Assistant and Registrar for the Art Gallery of Algoma, and she has volunteered as a Gallery Guide for the Art Gallery of Ontario. She is a recipient of the John and Myrna Daniels Foundation Opportunity Award. 

Title and Page image: Carol Ann Apilado, Channel, 2023, cotton and cottolin (cotton/linen), stones, and pillow, approximately 4′ diameter, 12′ high. Photo courtesy of the artist.

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