Sadia Fakih: The Odalisque: Women in Contained Spaces

WHEN: Mon, Nov 7 until Fri, Dec 2, 2016

Opening Reception: Thurs, Nov 24 from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. in the Main Mall at ACAD

WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery, LRT Walkway

The “odalisque” is a one-dimensional character created by European travelers/artists from the 19th century colonial period to define the people of colonized nations in the Islamic world.

These fabrications emerged to exoticize and subject the colonized; and with the term of “odalisque,” specifically women.

Rocio Graham: Alacena Perdida (Lost Pantry)

WHEN: Now until Fri, Nov 11, 2016

Reception: Thurs, Nov 3 from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. in the Main Mall at ACAD

WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (Main Space), ACAD

Artists Statement

My work reflects on our current food systems and uses my kitchen as a response to external pressures, where domestic labor possesses a sense of devaluation.

Marion Nicoll Exhibition: Halie Finney - Together to Gather

WHEN: Now until Saturday, March 25, 2016

WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery, LRT Walkway

This unlikely gang, club, family, or whatever you want to call it, lives at the edge of a forest and spends most of their time outside doing chores. None of them know the purpose of their club. Are they protecting and guarding the line in the forest between where the ghosts live and where we live?

Are they there to take care of lost animals? Or do they just use the club as an excuse to see each other everyday.