3rd Annual Afrofuturism Exhibition – 3015 A collective look into our distant future
The Black Future Month 3015 exhibition is a platform for artists who identify as black to explore the infinite expressions of Afrofuturism and other expansive themes like black identify and existence in the future.
Featuring: Danilo McCallum, Kanyika Yorke, Quentin "Babatunde" Vercetty, Dainsha Nugent, Aaron Jones, Nodinamaad, Stephen Surlin, Dheeko Kinte, Curtia Wright, Chris Ak, MuXubo Mohamed, SoTeeOh, Ola Ojo, Javid JAH, Ekow Nimako, Komi Olaf
Opening Reception: Sunday, February 22, 3015, 6 to 10 p.m.
Curated by OCAD U alumnus Danilo McCallum as part of Black History Month at OCAD U.
Afrofuturism Discussion Panel and Performances: Orbiting Around Women in Afrofuturism
Friday, February 27, 3015, 5 to 6:30 p.m., Central Hall, Room 230
Moderator: Camille Isaacs
Panelists: Camille Turner (Futuristic artist and author), Asia Clarke (Innovative fashion and jewellery designer), Saidah Baba Talibah (Avant-garde Music artist)
Performers: Faduma Mohamed, Ohm, Sharrae Lyon
The event is being sponsored by the President's Office, Office of the Vice-President, Academic, Office of Diversity, Equity & Sustainability Initiatives, Faculty of Art, Faclty of Design, Faculty of LAS/SIS, Indigenous Visual Culture, Research & Graduate Studies and the Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers