• October 5, 2022 - 1 – 2 pm


In-person, drop-in exhibition tour led by NOSTALGIA INTERRUPTED Educator-in-Residence Natalie Asumeng

Join Educator-in-Residence Natalie Asumeng on-site at the Doris McCarthy Gallery as she leads visitors through the exhibition NOSTALGIA INTERRUPTED, discussing the artists, works, and curatorial themes.

Free, all welcome. No registration is necessary. This is a walking tour; there are resting areas throughout the exhibition. Please contact dmg.utsc@utoronto.ca with any accommodation needs.

See the DMG's Visitor Information for current COVID guidelines, directions to the gallery, and more.

About the Educator-in-Residence Program

The Doris McCarthy Gallery Educator-in-Residence Program provides an emerging arts professional with mentorship and resources in order to research, plan, and implement a schedule of programs and outreach for specific exhibitions and audiences. Residents use their own creative practices to engage with exhibiting works in new and innovative ways.

Nostalgia Interrupted’s Educator-in-Residence is Natalie Asumeng, a Ghanaian-Canadian artist based in Toronto, working under the alias of 135 Studio. Natalie has an interdisciplinary practice that is conceptually driven. She creates and photographs environmental sets and organic sculptures, and produces powerful soundscapes that prompt emotion and contemplation. In addition to offering a set of exhibition tours, Natalie will be using her practice to develop programs for the exhibition.

Learn more about her residency