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The Studio program (B.A.) in the Department of Arts, Culture, and Media at the University of Toronto Scarborough presents:

SUPERMARKET
April 6-9, ARTSCAPE YOUNGPLACE, 180 Shaw Street, Toronto.
Closing Reception on Saturday April 8, 5-8pm.

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Jiayi Luo, Hand in Hand (digital print), 2017

SUPERMARKET is an exhibition of photography, video, sculpture, installation, performance, painting, and works on paper by senior students in the Studio program, Department of Arts, Culture, and Media (ACM) at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC).

Participating Artists | Patrick “P-Trizzle” Atienza | Syeda Bristy | Cao Cao | Siyuan Cheng | Carol Cheong | Allison Clayton | Idil Djafer | Rachella Du | Kelly Dundas | Roxanne Garcia | Zoe Harvey | Shelley Gu | Jin Li | Zhida Lu | Jiayi Luo | Sally Pang | Mavigail Sergio | Andy Shi | Yi Shi | Xinqi Tian | Claudia Wong | Micah Wong | Valerie Xu | Jingyao Yan | Kristina Zaja | Maggie Zhang | Ming Zhang | Yuxuan Zhu

The Studio program (B.A.) in the Department of Arts, Culture, and Media at the University of Toronto Scarborough offers students a rigorous academic and interdisciplinary setting to explore photography, video, animation, sculpture, installation, performance, drawing, and painting. We offer specialized courses in digital imaging, kinetic sculpture, sound art, and thematic seminars that explore relationships between art, time, politics and globalization. UTSC Studio students develop a rich combination of technical, theoretical, conceptual, and critical skills that enable them to communicate in a variety of visual languages. Our students explore art as a tool to examine and intervene in visual culture, and to consider the role of creativity in shaping communities locally and globally. This exhibition includes works from senior students in Advanced Studio Practice and Advanced Seminar: Interdisciplinary Practice.

For more information about this exhibition Twitter @Supermarket_17, Instagram @Supermarket_17, and Facebook @Supermarket2017 or contact Juliana Pivato juliana.pivato@utoronto.ca or Alexander Irving airving@utsc.utoronto.ca


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