Onsite Gallery at OCAD University



Lectures for the End of the World(s)


Sep 17 01:00 PM

Sep 18 01:00 PM

Sep 24 01:00 PM

Sep 25 01:00 PM


Various Locations


Education & Outreach


Onsite Gallery presents a four part speaker series that asks us to consider what is worth discussing, sharing and exploring in a post-apocalyptic state?

Part 1: The World has Ended (Which World)?

Speakers consider End of World(s) through multiple perspectives of time and history.

• Indigenous Worlds with WANDA NANIBUSH: Saturday, September 17
(Image and Word Warrior and Curator of Indigenous Art at the Art Gallery of Ontario)

• Black Worlds with JORDON VEIRA: Sunday, September 18
(Poet and Director of Spoke N’ Heard)

Part 2: The World at Near Future Ends

Speakers consider a future fiction, anticipating End of World(s) that are yet to come.

• Post-Capitalism World(s) with GABRIEL ALLAHDUA of JUSTICE FOR MIGRANT WORKERS: Saturday, September 24
(Farmworker and Organizer with collective of activists promoting migrant worker rights)

• Post-Anthropocene World(s) with ROUZBEH AKHBARI: Sunday, September 25
(Artist and Researcher)

About Onsite Gallery:
Onsite Gallery at OCAD University stimulates art, design and digital media research, creation, exhibition and dialogue serving our wide-ranging public communities and the university. In conjunction with professional local, national and international artists, designers and curators, we promote engaged citizenship through the exploration of society, culture and aesthetics. Both within and outside the walls of the gallery, we develop and support innovative programming and curatorial practices that stimulate an exchange of ideas between our various constituencies. In all ways, Onsite Gallery champions excellence in culture. Onsite Gallery’s mandate supports developing programs, systems and policies that involve and converse with people of widely differing experiences. In preparation for the launch of Onsite Gallery’s new location at 199 Richmond St. W. in June 2017, our 2016 ONSITE/ programming imagines and creates what a public gallery can be.