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(en)compass | art from the PH 1:1 mentorship program

Opening December 21, 2021

(en)compass: art from the PH 1:1 mentorship program is an exhibit created in a first-time partnership between Project: Humanity and Propeller Art Gallery. Featuring the compelling works of both youth artists-on-the-margins and their artist-mentors, this show tells the story of how creative minds came together online over the past year and a half in pursuit of connection, self-expression and affirming relationships within an arts practice. (en)compass movingly conveys — through works ranging from painting to photography, digital creations to audio installations — how the arts have become a hope-inducing way to navigate pandemic waters. 

Private Event (closed to the public): December 21, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm.

Gallery Tours: December 22 and 23, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm. Registration through Eventbrite. A Project: Humanity representative will be available on-site to speak about the work being presented. Capacity is limited to 8 attendees.

Important Dates

Exhibition: December 21 – 23, 29 & 30
Private Event (closed to the public): December 21, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm.

Visiting Hours:

  • December 21, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm and 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
  • December 22, 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
  • December 23, 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
  • December 29, 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
  • December 30, 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

(Gallery closed December 24th to 28th)

Artists

Alexandra Watt Simpson
Almasi Mathu
Angela Walcott
Brodi-Tyler Dawson
Cela
Claudia Pawlack
Deception416
Hanan Hazime
Hasti Zazai

Jessica Gagnon
Jordan Armstrong
Joy
Keira Forde
Khadija Aziz
Kia Love
Lesley Hamilton
lwrds duniam
majnus

Rachel Stableford
Roberto Santaguida
Rukaiya
Samia O’Day
Sarah Grace Okello
Shayna Linds
Simon Chitumba
Tasnim Mohammed
Tee
Yoke

Accepting donations

In addition to Works for Sale, the (en)compass exhibit is featuring video and audio works as well as live performances in the gallery. We invite you to make a donation in support of the artist participants of (en)compass who are unable to sell their work. 100% of all donations will be going directly to the artists.

Item Charge
Donation $NONE
Fees ( 3% ) $NONE
Total $No Charge
 

Alexandra Watt Simpson (she/her)


Almasi Mathu (they/them)


Angela Walcott (she/her)


Brodi-Tyler Dawson (he/him)

Hi my name is Brodi-Tyler Dawson. I am an ambitious proud and out queer Transgender man that goes by many labels including, craftsman, artist and creator.

I have a wide variety of skills and hobbies such as painting, knitting, sewing, felt, clay, woodworking, card making, and jewelry making. My favourite hobbies are pen making, toy / game making and drawing.

I thrive on creating items and experiences that spark joy creativity, and excitement. I have successfully made 2 professional board games and a puzzle. My goal is to change the way we play by immersing ourselves in complex understandings of stimuli.

I have over 10 years of experience in woodworking and have been crafting since I have been able to. I have a constant drive to learn and improve on myself and never limit myself to one mode of expression. 

“”No matter how big or small, creation transforms the world”.

Brodi-Tyler Dawson

Cela (she/her)

This art piece is inspired by my recent travels to Montreal, Quebec. I struggled a lot getting to the completion of this piece.  I hope you can enjoy it.


Claudia Pawlack and Kia Love (she/her)


Music: Harsh Reality by Kia Love
Video: I’m learning from the machine, the machine is learning from me by Claudia Pawlack

Deception416 (he/him)

Decption 416, untitled, Acrylic on canvas, 20 x 16 inches

Hanan Hazime (she/her)


Kintsugi: The Art of Repairing A Broken Heart and Holding My Breath In Seawater by Hanan Hazime

Hasti Zazai (she/her)


Jessica Gagnon (she/her)


Jordan Armstrong (she/her)

Been Here by Jordan Armstrong
Dream Backwards Birds by Jordan Armstrong
Xerces by Jordan Armstrong

Joy


Keira Forde (she/her, they/them)

No more news for Nancy by Kiera Forde

Keira Forde (she/her, they/them) and Shayna Linds (she/they)

Grit and Glitter is an auditory experience where listeners are invited to dumpster dive through a sea of sounds, from adaptive technology and occupational therapy, to the alphasmart 3000 and the resource room.

Through this disorganized disco, the listener will experience a scattered timeline of humans who embraced childhood adversities with a sense of grit and a ton of glitter leading to the magical discovery of empathy towards one’s selves as humans with disorders.


GRIT AND GLITTER by Keira Forde & Shayna Linds

Kia Love (she/her) and Max Cameron Fearon

Kia Love, an upcoming Toronto Neo-soul/RnB artist is very unique, relatable and well worth a listen. This unique artist creates a vibe with her loving, lyrical songs and takes you along for the journey. Her whimsical lo-fi aesthetic and soulful voice will surely have you in your feelings in the best way.

MUSIC: Daily Mantra by Kia Love
ANIMATION: Max Cameron Fearon

Kia Love (she/her) and Khadija Aziz


MUSIC: Quarantine by Kia Love
VIDEO: Where the Cyborg Lives by Khadija Aziz

Lesley Hamilton (she/her)


lwrds duniam (they/them)


majnus (they/them)

majnus is a Bangali multimedia artist making sad mad art to process their lived and living experiences with chronic pain, illness, trauma, isolation, disassociation, displacement, and identity. They are inspired by the revelations and contradictions of nature, the body, the city, dreams, spirituality, magic and horror. The myriad layers of their work can be further explored by viewing these paintings under different coloured lighting. Find more of their work and process on Instagram, at @majnus666


Rachel Stableford


Roberto Santaguida (he/him)

Goran by Roberto Santaguida

Rukaiya (she/her)


Samia O’Day

Away in a Manger – Child Come to Me by Samia O’Day

Sarah Grace Okello (she/her)

Medias Res/Not Done is about the feeling of hope in the day to day support of the journey. Different parts of me grew up in this city, I went through moments of wanting to leave and wanting to show others what’s within. I know it’s okay to go. I just won’t wait till I’ve left to ponder the experiences I’m currently living through. The moments of what and who was there not necessarily for me but they were being in the same place I was being. What’s held on to me is the hope for better in our everyday. This film serves as a record of holding on as we travel through.

Medias Res / Not Done by Sarah Grace Okello

Simon Chitumba (he/him)

Simon Chitumba, Badges of Honour, lyrics, framed

Tasnim Mohammed (she/her)


Tee (she/her)

Tee is a contemporary emerging Visual Artist whose current practice is in painting. Tee is currently exploring her style of work by using strong graphic lines and monochromatic colour schemes. Tee often identifies her art as a way to shift and through her internal journey as a young person to create more ease and flow in her life. Tee looks forward to continuing to develop her artistic practice within the arts that will also incorporate her passion for alternative medicine.

When I’m creating a piece I normally feel inspired by whatever I may be doing. If I’m listening to a specific song I get inspired by the topic of the song. My music taste really does affect the results of my paintings. I listen to alot of grunge music and rap, so that’s why my art may be considered dark. I also like to watch a lot of videos on social issues. Like recently I’ve been really interested in educating myself on the negative effects of fast fashion. This process has helped my internal journey as an artist by giving me an opportunity to show my art to the outside world. I also like to display my art in how I present myself.

My art really is a reflection of me and people who might relate to me, and who I’m inspired by.


Yoke (she/they)

Cross-disciplinary artist ° Collaborator ° Mindfulness student and teacher

HAJARA by Yoke

ABOUT PROJECT: HUMANITY

Project: Humanity (PH) is a youth-focused social justice theatre company organized through two arms: PH THEATRE and PH YOUTH. PH believes the arts can stimulate compassion, help people listen better, and inspire active citizenship. PH: THEATRE brings original, thought-provoking, and aesthetically ground-breaking productions to audiences nationwide. PH: YOUTH provides innovative arts programming to youth ages 14-29 in shelters and high schools across the GTA both in-person and online.

Special thanks to our community partners and sponsors. 

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