Panel. “The Evolution of the Artist-Run Centre” Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, ON. Saturday, December 2, 2017. Moderated by Parker Kay: Examining the ways in which galleryproprietors have had to innovate many aspects of the artist-run model in order to adapt to thecurrent moment.

Panel. “Ctrl+Shift Session #1” InterAccess, Toronto, ON. Tuesday, November 21, 2017.Moderated by Shauna Jean Doherty: subject of venue displacement and sustainability for artsorganizations in Toronto.

Kovler, Anna "A New Generation: In conversation with five independent art galleries: Little Sister, Bunker 2, Franz Kaka, The Loon and Y+ Contemporary"
C Magazine, issue 135, Autumn 2017

Canadian Art "16 Art Shows to see this fall"
Canadian Art, September 21, 2017

Hampton, Chris "Escape room game makes puzzle city's housing crisis"
Toronto Star, August 24th, 2017

Q, CBC Radio, "Why is art being exhibited in a shipping container"
Q Radio on CBC, August 15, 2017

Arsenal contemporary art June 2nd, 2017

Your Morning, CTV News, "Art Gallery in a Shipping Container"
CTV News, May 26, 2017

Whyte, Murray "Have art, will travel: Bunker 2 is a new gallery in a shipping container"
Toronto Star May 14th, 2017

growing sideways artist talk, in conversation with artists Madelyne Beckles, Dahae Song, and Hannah Spector. Moderated by Kate Benedict. Akin Studios, 444 Dufferin St. Unit E, Saturday, April 8th.

Canadian Art "Must-Sees"

Canadian Art Magazine April 6 to 12, 2017

WAREHOUSE : a social, featuring a performance by Maya Ben David, and projections by: Madelyne Beckles, Joe Chamandy, Dahae Song, and Hannah Spector. Thursday, March 30th, 2017, 442 Dufferin Street, M6K 2A3.

DELINK 1 : video art screening & talk, featuring works by Jennifer Chan, Danièle Dennis, Jennifer Dysart, and Philip Leung. OCAD University, 100 McCaul Street, M5T 1W1, Room 230, Saturday, March 4th, 2017.

Delink 1 is the first event in a series of programming aimed at creating a platform for diverse voices in the realm of media art practices. The Delink series will include talks, screenings, workshops, and panels exploring different strategies for exhibiting, talking, and writing about all forms of video and media art, such as film, animation, performance, digital, and more. The goal of this series is to generate a platform for more inclusive discussions in mew media practice. Charles Street Video and Bunker 2, along with the participation of local artists and scholars, will collaborate to facilitate accessible programs in and around the GTA. 

Canadian Art "Must-Sees"
Canadian Art Magazine February 9 to 15, 2017


Artistorian November 21st, 2016.

Canadian Art "Must-Sees"
Canadian Art Magazine November 3 to 9, 2016

NOISE BOX: a sound art social, featuring performances by Marco D'Andrea, Anna Friz, Daniel Griffin, Kristina Guison, Robert Anthony O'Halloran, Lucille Kim, and Neven Lochhead. Saturday, February 4th, 2017

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