A LOVE ETHIC
CURATED BY EMILIE CRONING
February 1 – 24, 2019
The Gladstone Hotel, 2nd floor gallery
1214 Queen Street West, Toronto
a love ethic explores and celebrates contemporary ideas around Black love in all its forms, including love of community, family, partners, places and of oneself. The exhibition presents the work of local and international artists Jah Grey, Jamila Noritz Reyes, Jeremy Rodney-Hall, Jorian Charlton, Justin Aranha, Nadia Huggins and William Ukoh.
Nut’n nuh sweet like love so we’ve teamed up with Wedge Curatorial Projects to co-present How to Love a Jamaican: A Conversation with the Author.
An engaging discussion about how we love, featuring Jamaican-born author Alexia Arthurs (How to Love a Jamaican) in conversation with Toronto-based cultural commentator Sharine Taylor. Co-presented with BASHY Magazine.
The conversation is set to take place on Wednesday, February 13 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM at The Gladstone Hotel’s Ballroom.