March 26th-April1st 2014
Closing Reception: Tuesday, April 1st, 2014, 5:00pm-7:00pm
Group Exhibition
Featuring the Works of:
Allison Clayton
Yi Shi
Gallery 1265 presented a show curated by our own members of staff, Daniela Gonzalez Pruitt and Shelley Gu. 
Featuring the beautiful works of Allison Clayton and Yi Shi.
Black and White is so beautiful. Come and experience the larger than life works of these talented artists.

Canadian Made
March 3rd-6th 2014
Opening Reception: Monday, March 3rd 2014, 5:00pm-7:00pm
Featuring the Works of:
Kevin Connery, Solo Exhibition: Photography
There is no one solid definition of what Canadian Identity is. We’re a diverse people, and a community of communities. ‘Canadian Made’ is about exploration. The exhibition is a collection of photos taken over the span of several years, and together they represent a kind of journey — both literally, through the wild landscape that is Canada, and through life and adolescence and communities. Some of the key themes I had in mind while assembling this exhibition were community, isolation, youth, nature, snow, and of course, adventure.

These are photos of people, photos of trees, and photos of snow. Photos of things which tell a story. Some are beautiful, some aren’t. Through them I hope to represent a bit of what makes me who I am, and hopefully also what makes us who we are. We live in a wild land full of wild people, and I wanted to explore that.

February 24th-27th, 2014
Closing Reception: Thursday, February 27, 2014, 5:00pm-7:00pm
Group Exhibition
Featuring the works of:
Nabiha Haider
Daniel Griffin Hunt
Dorica Manuel
Olivia Ng
Jerome Parayno
Tiffany Schofield
This exhibition brings together the work of six students in the Studio program who explore ideas of process in their work. Whether it be a kinetic or performative artistic process, a transformative material process, or the optical processing of text, each work has its foundation in a series of actions or procedures which function to achieve a certain result. The artists work in a variety of media, highlighting how “process” has come to define not just the physical, but also the conceptual development of an artwork.