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Coalesce: Exhibition at The Spice Factory

The Spice Factory
121 Hughson Street North
Opening Exhibition: Friday, March 23 | 7 p.m. - 12 a.m.
Continued: Saturday, March 24 | 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Coalesce [ko-el-less], is an exhibition based on the meaning of combining elements into one body or whole. The name is fitting as every contributor has different areas of research, interests, and themes but will come together into a cooperative exhibition. This show features diverse artists who have worked alongside one another throughout their education at McMaster.

The opening reception to the public will be at the Spice Factory (121 Hughson St N, Hamilton) on Friday, March 23.


The artists involved in the development of this exhibition include:

Emerald Bruce, Ruth Cioban, Jayda Conti, Sabryna Correa, Colline Do, Amanda Dreise, Deeshani Fernando, Safiyyah Figaro, Emily Gaudet, Bonnie-Leigh Gould, Emily Hamel, Andjelija Jancic, Emily Kester, Clara Laratta, Caroline Eun-ae Lee, Anthony Lok, Priscilla Loo, Mina Maqdassy, Robyn McCallum, Tiffany Mulholland, Abby Nicholson, Audrey Pearson, Neville Perrish, Sheetal Prasad, Josh Ravenhill, Jason Lee Rhyno, Sarah Sproule, Chantelle Stringle, Christina Ugge

Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of our young artists and working towards their first collective exhibition. Exhibition admission is free.

Live Entertainment – Math Club, The Bandicoots, Jennifer Budd


We acknowledge the support of the Spice Factory in housing the Coalesce Exhibition and their continuous support with the BFA program. The main floor of the space is fully accessible to those with disabilities (equipped with ramp and accessible washroms). The second floor is partially accessible. There is a small elevator that may not be able to accommodate large wheelchairs. This is a safe space for the LGBTQ+ community and BIPOC community.


Contact Information:
Email: Sally McKay – smckay@mcmaster.ca

Social Media:
RSVP - www.facebook.com/events/352725648560058/
Facebook - @coalescemac
Instagram - @COALESCE_MCMASTER
The Spice Factory - www.spicefactory.ca

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