A  Pop Up storefront museum on Barton Street! I’m excited to be one of three artists in residence at Centre [3] in Hamilton. My project during this one month residency is to reimagine Barton Street by creating a pop up community museum  […]



WANTED by Camille Turner and Camal Pirbhai Lightboxes, archival newspapers and video Art Gallery of Windsor Border Cultures 3 Exhibition 401 Riverside Drive West January 31 – May 10, 2015 Using performance to embody the detailed descriptions in “runaway slave” and “slave for sale” ads posted by Canadian slaveowners in early newspapers, WANTED presents a […]

Curating in the Haze of Empires

  I will be speaking about my work uncovering and animating the history of slavery on Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at 9am at the Gladstone for the Curating in the Haze of Empires conference presented by OAAG.   OAAG Presents New Conference: Curating In The Haze Of Empires, November 4 – 6, Toronto THREE DAY […]

Speaking at the annual CARFAC conference in Toronto this weekend

Performance Art in Canada on  Saturday Sept 20 1:30 – 3:30 pm Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw Street This panel discussion will focus on the current status of performance art, within and beyond the genre of visual arts. How does it fit into the programming of such diverse presenters as festivals, artist-run centres, and public museums? […]


I am participating in Open House 2014, An exhibition of works by 26 Toronto based visual artists. Saturday September 13 • 2pm to 6pm Located in the home at 182 Symington Avenue In its third and final year, artists will use the space to experiment with studio ideas, re-install pieces, and exhibit newly created work, that represent […]

CBC feature & speaking at Black history month events

CBC feature  & speaking at Black history month events

CBC News Network presents ‘Being Black in Canada‘. including a segment about the Bâby House filmed with Camille Turner and Alana Bartol. The segment is part of an hour long program that will run Saturday, Feb 1st at 7pm, and Sunday February 2nd at 8 & 11pm. According to the segment’s producer Asha Tomlinson, “This […]

Afronautic Research Council

Afronautic Research Council

  Outerregion’s latest adventure is currently unfolding in Windsor, Ontario. Our Afronautic Research Council invites Citizen Researchers, Archivists and historians to join us as we uncover evidence of the city’s Black past. We have camped out at Baby House, the home of the City of Windsor’s community museum and former home of Francois Baby, one […]

TimeWarp @HannaWalk @MarkhamMuseum #MarkhamAdventure

TimeWarp @HannaWalk @MarkhamMuseum  #MarkhamAdventure

  Join Outerregion for the presentation of Camille Turner’s new smart phone adventure, TimeWarp. TimeWarp presents a story captured on video by @HannaWalk on her visit to @MarkhamMuseum. She has an unbelievable #MarkhamAdventure when she witnesses the arrival of some strange folks and follows them through the village using the video camera on her phone. […]

Critical Dialogues: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Curating and Artistic Practice

Camille Turner will be speaking about her sonic walk project, HUSH HARBOUR at Critical Dialogues: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Curating and Artistic Practice on March 18, 2013 at The Bram & Bluma Appel Salon Toronto Reference Library 789 Yonge Street Toronto, Ontario The day will consist of : Panel presentations from culturally diverse curators and artists, presentation of […]

7a*11d Festival

Camille Turner will be leading a SonicWalk in 7a*11d. The audience will discover familiar places for the first time and embrace the strange and wonderful worlds that hide in plain view. The 7a*11d performance art festival has taken place in Toronto since 1997 and is a great opportunity to check out a diversity of performance […]