Upcoming Exhibits

All of our in-person exhibition spaces are now open to Humber students, staff and faculty. 

While we work on re-opening to the public, we invite you to visit us virtually: we have a collection of digital exhibits and projects for you to explore. Additional resources are listed on our home page

Below you will find a list of projects we are working on for when we re-open. 

Interpretive Centre

Metal gated fence stands infront of grassed area with trees. Sign above entry reads: "Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital Cemetery 1890-1979"

Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital Cemetery 

Date to be determined.

  

There are 1,511 individuals buried in the Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital Cemetery at the corner of Horner and Evans Avenues - a cemetery that was almost lost due to industrial development in the area. Thanks to the efforts of community mental health advocates, the Cemetery is today a protected and peaceful resting space with a gated entrance and historic signage. 

This exhibit will highlight the story of the Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital cemetery and the people who fought to save it. 

Third Floor Gallery

Scratchboard of two foxes created by artist Lisa Compton

Wild About the City: Sharing the Urban Environment with Wildlife

Lisa Compton

October, 2022 - January, 2022.

  

Experience another perspective on animals commonly thought to be dangerous or pestilential and develop a new understanding of the influence of urban expansion on local wildlife. Reflect on past assumptions, develop an appreciation for our natural neighbours, and learn how to safely cohabitate in our shared spaces.

Learn More about the Exhibition

To see more of Lisa's work, visit her website

Susannah Smith 2021, 6 canvases painted orange with blue butterflies.

Soul Existance

Featuring Artist Susannah Smith

January - April 2023.

  

More information coming soon.

Propose an Exhibition

We feature solo and group art shows on the third floor of the Student Welcome and Resource Centre and also welcome contributions to our bi-annual exhibitions in the Interpretive Centre's main space in WEL104.

 

Themes must connect to one of our four guiding pillars of Indigenous heritage, mental health history, educational heritage, or ecology, and/or highlight the local history of the Lakeshore Grounds region. Submissions are encouraged both from community members and students. We support artists of all experience levels. 

For more information about exhibition opportunities or to submit a proposal, please contact us at info@lakeshoregrounds.ca