Nathan Heuvingh (MA, 2014)

 

Thursday, November 6, 2014 - 2:45pm

After graduating from the CADN program, Nathan Heuvingh became the Director of Propeller Gallery, an artist-run-centre in Toronto’s Queen West district. In 2015, he curated an exhibition titled LookListen that examined the contributions of artists to the material culture of Toronto’s music scene; this exhibition was an outgrowth of the research into popular music, contemporary art, and sound that Heuvingh developed during his graduate studies. He was also invited by Propeller Gallery to curate a show of emerging artists in July of 2015, titled Are We There Yet?, which featured the work of Omar Badrin, Adrienne Crossman, Michael DiRisio, and Julie Gemuend. In addition to his professional and curatorial interests, Heuvingh has published reviews in several academic peer-reviewed publications, including Senses and Society.

PDF icon Exhibition invitation for LookListen (2015), curated by Nathan Heuvingh, Craft Ontario Gallery.
Sarah Tranum, "CleanCube Project" Poster
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Rendering of black industrial structure against black background
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Photo of two large landscape collages with wood frame door in middle
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DesignTO bus advertisement rendering.
This year, DesignTO partnered with OCAD University’s Design4 program to create look and feel of the festival’s 10th Anniversary.
OCAD University mourns death of Jeremy Vincent Urbina, student in the Faculty of Art
Abid Virani and Aliwar Pillai, co-founders, Fable Tech Labs (photo courtesy: Forbes)
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Installation views from Are We There Yet? (2015), curated by Nathan Heuvingh, featuring the work of Omar Badrin, Adrienne Crossm
Installation views from Are We There Yet? (2015), curated by Nathan Heuvingh, featuring the work of Omar Badrin, Adrienne Crossm
Installation views from Are We There Yet? (2015), curated by Nathan Heuvingh, featuring the work of Omar Badrin, Adrienne Crossm
Thursday, November 6, 2014 - 2:45pm

After graduating from the CADN program, Nathan Heuvingh became the Director of Propeller Gallery, an artist-run-centre in Toronto’s Queen West district. In 2015, he curated an exhibition titled LookListen that examined the contributions of artists to the material culture of Toronto’s music scene; this exhibition was an outgrowth of the research into popular music, contemporary art, and sound that Heuvingh developed during his graduate studies. He was also invited by Propeller Gallery to curate a show of emerging artists in July of 2015, titled Are We There Yet?, which featured the work of Omar Badrin, Adrienne Crossman, Michael DiRisio, and Julie Gemuend. In addition to his professional and curatorial interests, Heuvingh has published reviews in several academic peer-reviewed publications, including Senses and Society.