A showcase of indigenous dispossessing of South African blacks, Palestinians and Canada's First Nations.

TRAP CARD is an exhibition at ARTS Project organized and curated by Western students. Look at us go!

Artlab welcomes another fourth-year practicum class with Future Desserts: a vibrant show exuding individuality in art.

On March 18, McIntosh Gallery opened its doors to two new exhibitions: Any Dream Will Do, by Kim Moodie, and Leading the Way: Early Canadian Women Artists, curated by Catherine Elliot Shaw. 

LAMP's Museum of WesternU Artists comes to the UCC Community Room March 16 and 23, and is hosting a night at The Wave on April 1, all to promote student art and Art for AIDS International.

Nuit Violette provides a platform for students with artistic talents, regardless of their home faculty. 

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Reverie 2016 is the arts festival that has it all, giving you a place to reach all week long.

The viewer is part of the art in the new exhibit at Museum London. Play some classic games with a befuddling postmodern twist.

Marigold Santos’ exhibition Black Mirror explores how narratives of past and present are told and re-told, becoming part of a personal myth.

Ed Pien, a Toronto-based artist, has an exhibit featured at McIntosh that features two instalments: Spectral Drawings and Imaginary Dwellings.