Gendai Gallery


Gendai Office CSI Annex 720 Bathurst StreetTorontoOntarioM5S 2R4Canada View Map



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(647) 775-8147


Gendai (a.k.a. Gendai Gallery) is a not-for-profit arts organization based in Toronto that coordinates a multi-disciplinary programme of contemporary art, design, performing arts, literature, cinema, and architecture, with an emphasis on experimental collaborations. Our vision is centered on building dialogues that re-examine existing cultural and political identity positions and notions of cultural diversity today in artistic, collective and inventive approaches. Heritage Hall (formerly Guelph British Methodist Episcopal Church) has stood at 83 Essex Street, Guelph Ontario, since 1880. The church was built by abolitionists and former fugitive slaves who arrived in the area via the Underground Railroad. Today the Guelph Black Heritage Society preserves the historical significance of this important building by creating a cultural, historical and social centre within Guelph and Wellington County. People of Good Will is a collaborative project among the Guelph Black Heritage Society, Musagetes, local artists and the interdisciplinary artist collective Postcommodity that seeks to re-imagine the Underground Railroad narrative as a living history and metaphor of cultural self-determination for immigrants and culturally diverse peoples living in Guelph. Over the course of one year the project will produce arts, music, performance and cultural programming that brings the spirit of the Underground Railroad into the present consciousness of people of Ontario.

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