FADE RESISTANCE AT THE GLADSTONE HOTEL
Nia Centre for the Arts Lunch N’ Learn
Exhibition tour with Zun Lee
Nia Centre for the Arts presents their monthly Lunch ‘N’ Learn series with a tour of Fade Resistance with Zun Lee.
INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY CULTURE, FRESH PERSPECTIVES SERIES
El Anatsui, When I Last Spoke to You About Africa
Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto
As part of the Royal Ontario Museum’s Fresh Perspective’s tour, Kenneth Montague led a tour of El Anatsui’s exhibition When I last Wrote to You About Africa.
CANADIAN ART FOUNDATION SCHOOL HOP
Always Moving Forward
Gallery 44, Toronto
In 2010, The Canadian Art Foundation’s School Hop Curator Tour included Wedge exhibition Always Moving Forward at Gallery44.
PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP WITH JAMEL SHABAZZ
BECOMING: Photographs from the Wedge Collection
Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit
Presented by Wedge Curatorial Projects and MOCAD
BARBER SHOP POP-UP INSTALLATION
Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art
Part of Toronto’s Scotiabank Nuit Blanche all-night art festival, O’Neil of Toronto-based, Crasher’s Barber Shop set up shop and cut hair for free inside head room. The event was documented by photographer Ian Watson.
Presented by Wedge Curatorial Projects and MOCCA
TORONTO DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
Position As Desired: Educator Information Session and Tour
Wedge invited over 30 leading Toronto educators for a tour of Position As Desired and proposed ideas towards curriculum planning and classroom initiatives around African Canadian Identity and contemporary art.
We provided an educational resource guide as an introductory framework including discussion points and class projects. The information session resulted in educators organizing individual tours for their classes through the ROM’s Education and Programming department.
NIA CENTRE FOR THE ARTS
Position As Desired, Curator and Artists Talk
In February 2011, Director Kenneth Montague and Wedge artists Megan Morgan toured Position As Desired to a group of youth from NIA Centre for the Arts.
AFRICAN HERITAGE EDUCATOR’S NETWORK (AHEN)
Position As Desired, Exhibition Tour
Volunteers conducted tours of Position As Desired at the Royal Ontario Museum for students of the African Heritage Educator’s Network, an organization which represents students, educators and parents of African Heritage through advocacy in policy, staffing, parent and community, programming and curriculum.