Undergraduate Alum Camilo Ontiveros featured in the

The Protest Panel

Tuesday, 27 September 2011, 6:30-8:30PM

The Drake Underground, 1150 Queen Street West, Toronto, Canada

Contemporary art as a form of protest revolutionized the art world. The boundaries of how art was defined were pushed beyond something only the "elite" could appreciate, and allowed the masses full access. The Protest Panel is an exploration of how protest and politically engaged work plays a significant role in contemporary art.The panellists will examine how artists and curators use contemporary art as a platform to raise awareness, to make a statement, to tell cultural, social and political stories.

Artists introductions by:
Candice Hopkins, Curator of the Zone A Exhibition
Shirley Madill, Curator of the Zone B Exhibition
Nicholas Brown, Curator of the Zone C Exhibition

Angel Nevarez & Valerie Tevere, Artists
Mischa Kuball, Conceptual Artist
Alexis Mitchell, Video Artist and Filmmaker
Sharlene Bamboat, Film & Video Artist
Camilo Ontiveros, Artist
Niall McClelland & Jeremy R. Jansen, Artists
Annie Roy, Co-Founder of ATSA & Pierre Allard, Co-Founder of ATSA.

Venue Partner: The Drake Underground, 1150 Queen Street West.


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Scotiabank Nuit Blanche is produced by the City of Toronto.