The future is still feminist.
This March, the AGO partners with OCAD’s Criticism and Curatorial Practice grad class for a very special First Thursday. On March 2nd, explore (through a technicolor feminist lens) a future that is more open and free.
There’ll be installations by Hazel Meyer, Mariam Magsi and Zahra Saleki. Artists Golboo Amani and Coco Guzman will present projects of the hands-on, interactive variety, including Amani’s Unsettling Settlers of Catan, an expansion pack that unsettles the colonial narrative of the game.
As always, you can indulge in delicious food and drinks featured in AGO’s Night Market. Plus, there’ll be music by DJs CL and Mary Mack, and a jaw-dropping live performance: d’bi.young anitafrika with her band, The 333.
Bring your nastiest women, and join us.