• Story Lines

    Nuit Blanche 2023
    Toronto, 23 September 2023 from 7pm until 7am



    Peperfabriek Antwerpen Breughelstraat 31-33

    Vernissage 27 Maart 2023
    Expositie until 20 April


  • The Measure Of Man

    Vitrine Installation
    Photography, Paper, Printmaking, Found Objects and 3D Self-Portrait

    Artscape Wychwood Barns 601 Christie Street, Toronto
    December 2022

  • Nuit Blanche Art Market

    Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie St, Toronto
    Open Studio #175
    Oct 1, 2022 NUIT BLANCHE

    guide to Nuit Blanche

  • Under The Rainbow, Decoding Queer Film

    John B. Aird Gallery
    Garden Party Vernissage June 18, 2022 from 2-5pm


  • SNAP 4 ACT

    March 24, 2022
    SNAP Photography fundraiser for ACT (Aids Committee Toronto)
    Live Auction 7pm


  • The Echoes Of Community


    Etobicoke Civic Centre
    399 The West Mall

    Oct 13 - Oct 16, 2021 nightly projections 7-10pm
    #BigArtTO #artworxto #showloveto

  • Collage 2021

    I am excited to participate in the debut of John B. Aird’s first edition of its collage exhibition juried by Claire Christie of Christie Contemporary

    May-June 2021


  • Twenty-Twenty

    Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival
    Window Gallery YYZ (sponsored by One Properties)
    558 Church Street, Toronto
    open 24 hours
    May 1 - 23, 2021


  • Image... envoyée / Image... sent

    Image envoyée/Image sent
    Canadian Cultural Centre, Paris
    September 17 - October 16, 2020 in Paris
    and until Sept 17, 2021 as a virtual exhibition


  • Gay Gardens

    John. B. Aird Gallery
    Gay Gardens
    Online Art Exhibition
    Launch Date: June 25, 2020

    Can a garden be gay ?
    Can a flower be lesbian ?
    Can a tree be LGBTQ2IPA ?




    AKIN VITRINE 1747 St. Clair Avenue West, Toronto
    May 1-31, 2020
    Viewable 24 hrs a day, street level, store front vitrine

  • Twenty-Twenty *Postponed* due to Covid19

    Remote Gallery
    Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
    May 7 - 19, 2020

    please see this space for updates

  • Nuit Blanche 2019 Toronto

    Make Love Not War
    East End Arts and The Danny BIA Danforth East
    Oct 5, 2019 7pm- 7am

    Samara Contemporary, Augusta Avenue - Kensington Market & Gladstone Hotel
    Artists Protest Projects
    Oct 5, 2019 7pm-7am

  • An Index

    Exhibition with Artists from the Akin Studio Program
    July 25 — September 8, 2019

    Floor 4


  • What I Did On My Summer Vacation

    489B Church Street
    curated by Kevin Cherry
    April 28 - June 8, 2019

  • The Soul of the Amethyst

    The Soul of the Amethyst

    Measure Up (Analog Polaroid Collage)
    Lilliput Gallery, London ON
    November 2018
    Inaugural Group Exhibition curated by Claire Bartleman

  • International Grand Opening at MOCA

    Akin Artist Studios at Museum Of Contemporary Art, Toronto.
    4th floor / 158 Sterling Rd
    Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 September 2018
    Visit MOCA and 30+ artists in residence (including me) from 10-5pm


  • 50x50


    50x50 runs from May1-31, 2018 as part of CONTACT festival
    George Brown College Waterfront Campus
    51 Dockside Dr
    Toronto, ON M5A 1B6


  • The Views are Different Here

    The Views are Different Here

    John B.Aird Gallery
    900 Bay Street, Toronto
    March 6 to April 6, 2018
    Opening reception Thursday March 8 from 6-8pm
    a collaborative exhibit made possible by the University of Toronto Master of Museum Studies Graduate Capstone Project, the John B. Aird Gallery, and the City of Toronto and the Art Connections Program


  • ARTival


    akasha art projects presents ARTival, 3rd annual holiday art salon
    Saturday Nov 18 - Saturday December 23
    Featuring work from over 20 artists
    (a portion of sales donated to the Anduhyan Shelter)


  • Guys As Dolls

    Guys As Dolls

    What I Did On My Summer Vacation at Markham Museum until Oct 1 part of Guys As Dolls with the support of OAC OntarioArtsCouncil

  • Guys as Dolls

    Guys as Dolls

    Markham Museum, 9350 Markham Rd, Markham, ON L3P 3J3
    May 27 - October 1, 2017
    Monday to Friday: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Saturday & Sunday: 12 NOON to 5:00 PM

    We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario


  • TKVO

    Some of my art works are for sale at TKVO, a lifestyle shop with curated apparel, art, home style and accessories.
    1450 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON.


  • The Window Gallery YYZ

    The Window Gallery YYZ

    February 4 until March 17, 2017
    What I Did On My Summer Vacation
    558 Church Street, Toronto


  • ARTival

    2nd Annual Holiday Art Market
    Akasha Art Projects - Toronto
    19 Nov - 23 Dec, 2016

  • Art Attack at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre

    An Auction in Support of Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.
    November 10, 2016


  • What I Did On My Summer Vacation

    What I Did On My Summer Vacation
  • Come Together curated by Barbara Astman

    Propeller Art Gallery
    30 Abell Street, Toronto, ON.
    416 504 7142

    April 27-May15, 2016
    Opening Reception April 28 from 6:30-9:30


  • Double Vision

    Solo Show
    Woonontwerp Peter Deckers
    Heist-Op-Den-Berg, Belgium

    18 March at 7 PM
    19-20 March 10 AM to 5 PM

    Exhibition runs until December 2016/Mon-Fri 8 AM to 6 PM and Saturdays 10 AM to 4 PM


    An Auction in Support of Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
    resident curator CHRIS IRONSIDE

  • Ontario Public Service Pride Network:

    Queer Landscapes, Queer Journeys: Reflections of LGBTQ rights and struggles in Ontario today
    John B. Aird Gallery, Queens Park, 900 Bay Street, Toronto
    from June 2-26, 2015
    Satellite show at Open Studio/Cambrian College SUDBURY, ON
    from July 10-26, 2015


    art meal
    ART WINDSOR Issue 2 (Spring 2015)
    The second issue is titled art meal, and will thematically and critically focus on the intersections of art and food

  • Sketch Magazine Summer 2014


    The Sex Offensive opens Thursday June 19, 2014: 7 to 10 pm and closes Sunday, June 29 at 5:00 pm

    Saturday, June 21, beginning at 7:00 pm, Propeller will be participating in Nuit Rose, a WorldPride event

    Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts
    984 Queen St. West, Toronto
    (416) 504-7142

  • HIT PARADE (group show)

    P|M Gallery
    1518 Dundas Street West,Toronto
    416 937 3862
    An exhibition of queer visual art curated by The Transmission Commission Collective
    June 24th - July 6th, 2014
    Gallery hours: Wednesday - Saturday 12noon - 5:30 pm
    Opening reception: Tuesday June 24th, 6-10pm

  • Sketchbook Project

    The sketch-book-project is a traveling show. The Mobile Library will be in Toronto at the Distillery Historic District on September 18-21, look for my sketch book #S130432
    September 18-21 / Toronto, ON

    55 Mill Street - Toronto

    September 18: 3:00 — 7:00pm
    September 19: 3:00 — 7:00pm
    September 20: 11:00 — 3:00pm
    September 21: 11:00 — 3:00pm

  • Bend Over (images of gender exploitation)

    SHOW GALLERY 978 Queen Street West, Toronto.
    July 5 - July 11, 2013
    GB Jones, Eddi Amar, Melissa Koziebrocki, Walter Segers, and more....

    Opening July 5 @ 8pm with performances, bands (Celebral Scrub,...) artists in attendance.

  • 10x10 Photography Project

    Gladstone Hotel, June 18 - July 14, 2013
    Opening Reception June 27, 7-10pm

    2013 portraits by photographers: Belle Ancell, Lise Beaudry, Bruno Billio, Paul Dymond, Lynne Fox, Stev’nn Hall, R. Jeanette Martin, Anthony Manieri, Adam Moco, and Walter Segers


  • Sketchbook call number of 202.13-4 strangers/tricks

    Join us as we cross country borders for a trip to Toronto on the Sketchbook Project 2013 Tour!
    The Distillery Historic District
    9 Trinity Street
    Toronto, ON M5A 3C4

    Friday, June 7th, 11am-7pm
    Saturday, June 8th, 11am-7pm
    Sunday, June 9th, 11am-7pm

    For more tour information, live updates, and images from previous tour stops, head to

  • Shuffling Pixels


    Shuffling Pixels is a two-part international exhibition taking place simultaneously in Zlin, Czech Republic and Toronto, Canada. The exhibition will feature work by photo-based artists from Tomas Bata University and OCAD University.
    The show will run from February 7 to February 16, 2013 at Studio Huddle, 97 Niagara Street, Toronto

    Curated by Michele Crockett and Walter Segers

  • Finalist Walter Segers in Top 100 One Life 2012 - Photography/ArtistsWanted


    Walter Segers
    I will be featured in the new iPad Art Magazine App titled "Wondereur" on July 27 until Aug 17, 2012.

    "Wondereur is a new hybrid of art gallery, photo magazine, and iPad app that deepens and ignites our personal relationship to art and artists today. Interact with the stories of artists, connect with their work, and share your experience with an inclusive community of art Wondereurs from across the globe."


    PHOTO-OP at John B. Aird Gallery
    Tuesday, May 3 – Friday, May 27, 2011
    Opening Reception: Thursday, May 5, 6-8 p.m.
    900 Bay Street
    Macdonald block
    Toronto Ontario
    M7A 1C2
    JohnB.Aird Gallery

  • OCADU Alumni

    Where They Are Now!
    Art Square Gallery
    334 Dundas Street West
    Friday November 12, 2010 to Sunday November 28, 2010
    Opening reception: Friday, November 12, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
    A juried exhibition of work by OCAD alumni


    Galerie DVANACTKA
    Opening September 28, 2010 at 6PM
    Galerie Dvanactka / 32. budova Svitu / 3. patro / ZLIN
    CZECH Republic
    11 Canadian Artist: Michele Crockett, Keesic Douglas, Heidi Hamilton, Christina Leslie, Andrea Raymond, Sabrina Russo, Walter Segers, Katie Skene, Diane Soares, Tek, Aleks Woszczyna.
    Curated by Peter Sramek

  • ART SCHOOL {DISMISSED} (Teacher's Pet)

    Opening: Friday May 14, 6-8pm
    When: May 14, 15, 16, 2010
    Hours: 12:00 to 8:00 PM daily
    Admission: $5.00 students, seniors, artists. $8.00 general public.
    Where: The {decommissioned} Shaw Street School, 180 Shaw Street, Toronto, Ontario.


    John B. Aird Gallery
    2010 PHOTO-OP Group Show
    Two pieces from my HOME series have been selected
    An opening reception will take place on Thursday, May 6 from 6-8 pm
    The exhibition runs from May 4 - 28, 2010

    900 Bay Street, Macdonald Block, Toronto, ON M7A 1C2, phone: 416 928 6772


  • EXPOSED - Pervasive Influence

    Group exhibition at Gladstone Hotel during CONTACT
    Thursday May 6 – Wednesday May 19, 2010
    Gallery Hours: 12pm-5pm Daily - 1214 Queen Street West, 2nd floor, Toronto

    Opening Reception: Thursday May 6, 2010 7pm-10pm

    How does an image colonize perception? How are false realities created through different photo genres? The artists in this group show illuminate layers of perception by unmasking and revealing new possibilities for reading the image.



    One of Walter Segers 's images will be featured on the 952 Queen St. West ATM
    December 1 - 7. Artist profile pages are up on the website BANKONART

  • LGBT Youth Line’s Auction

    LGBT Youthline's 10th Annual Line Art Auction features fine art, a fast pace and a fun crowd. The Art Gallery of Ontario has donated Baillie Court, a space with a breathtaking view for the evening of art and cocktails. We can be a community and help to provide peer support to queer youth throughout Ontario.

    Guest curator: April Hickox - Auctioneer: Charlene Nero

    Baillie Court at the Art Gallery of Ontario
    317 Dundas Street West Toronto, Canada

    Preview Party
    Wednesday 18 November 2009
    18:00 - 20:00

    Line Art Auction
    Sunday 29 November 2009
    Registration Begins: 17:30
    Doors open: 18:00
    Live Auction: 18:30 - 21:30

  • NUIT BLANCHE 2009 Walter Segers

    Moon-een on McCaul
    Scotiabank Nuit Blanche at OCAD

    McCaul Street, between Grange Rd. & Dundas St. W.
    7:00 p.m., Saturday October 3, 2009 to 7:00 a.m., Sunday October 4, 2009

    "Atmosphère, atmosphère, est-ce que j'ai une gueule d'atmosphère?" is Arletty's famous quote in the 1938 French film Hotel du Nord. At OCAD's Nuit Blanche, visitors will glide into a surrealistic milky world where clouds, floating elements and projections interact in a spatial atmosphere in the heart of a foggy night. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, on Earth, cows are grazing...


    John B. Aird Gallery
    1st Annual Juried Photography Exhibition

    Macdonald Block, 900 Bay Street (at Wellesley)
    Toronto, ON
    416 928 6772

    September 3 - September 25, 2009
    Monday to Friday: 10 am - 6 pm

    Vernissage: Thursday, September 3, 2009 : 6-8 pm


  • re:Pro

    Opening Reception: May 7, 7-10 PM
    The Gladstone Hotel, Art Bar, 1214 Queen Street West
    Exhibition runs from May 8 to May 31, 2009: Sat-Sun: 12-5 PM, weekdays by chance

    Michel Crockett and Walter Segers

    Two emerging artists explore the idea of evolution, reproduction and revolution within society. Crockett is addressing transitional stages within the life of a woman. Segers investigates the transformation of the male body through evolution, technology and robotics by romanticizing the Industrial Revolution and the next generation of androids.

  • The Art Square Gallery

    Experience The Power of a Smile daily at Petroff Gallery

    The Art Square Gallery (Across from AGO)
    334 Dundas Street West
    Toronto, ON
    416 351 1800

    Open 10am - 10pm (closed Mondays)



    11 Recent Graduates from
    Ontario College of Art & Design

    Gallery AMU of the Academy of Performing Arts
    Prague, Czech Republik

    Opening May 5, 2009, exhibition continues until June 12, 2009
    Open daily from 12 - 6PM, except Mondays
    Curated by Professor Peter Sramek, OCAD:
    This exhibition will present work by recent graduates of the Photography Program at the Ontario College of Art & Design in Toronto, Canada, selected from the past 4 years. My goal is to promote a sharing of experience between our Canadian institution and a number of universities in the Czech Republic and to expose work by these young emerging artists to the Czech audience.

    In reviewing the directions taken by our students in their graduating portfolios, the theme of Identity speaks strongly ­ individual identity, cultural identity, psychological identity, emotional identity. Although the work is varied, it fits well within this structure and represents general conceptual concerns which characterize students of this generation in our program. What is very evident are the varied cultural histories which these young artists bring to their work and how these identities are central to their artistic direction. As Canadians, they span the range from First Nations to children of immigrants to being recent immigrants themselves.

  • LGBT Line Art 2008

    DECEMBER 11, 2008



    This year the Youth Line partners with the Art Gallery Of Ontario for an Art Auction to remember. For more information, artist bios, preview images, promotional materials, and our sponsors please visit www.youthline.ca/lineart

  • Mask:The Love Show 2008

    The 6th Annual Juried Love Exhibition

    MASK Love Exhibition at Gallery 1313

    October 30 - November 9, 2008

    The Love Show is an annual off site charitable exhibition, which supports community-based projects.
    Since it’s creation in 2002, the Love Exhibition has worked to raise awareness about the privilege that
    surrounds us and our responsibility to support others. This year's proceeds will go to support programs
    for street-involved-youth, through the "Nomads Project", which is bringing together youths from the programs:
    Sketch, Evergreen and Eva's Phoenix for this exhibition.

    This year, the theme of the artworks centers around the idea of "Mask: How do we hide or portray ourselves to others?"
    8 x 8 inches original artworks by Toronto artists will be on auction for the public, to help raise funds
    for these worthwhile services.

    In addition, a space at Gallery 1313 has also been dedicated to displaying artworks created by street-involved-youths
    who access these programs. These pieces will also be open for sale, all the proceeds of which will go directly to
    the individual artists.

    Opening Reception Thursday October 30, 7-10 pm - be the first to bid on original artworks and meet the artists.

    November 9th, 5-8 pm - last chance to bid on works at closing party.

    The Nomads Project:
    Nomads intends to raise the awareness of organizations that offer supportive services to street involved youth.
    The show will feature artwork by youth artists who access these services. For more information
    on this initiative please visit: www.nomadsyouthexhibition.blogspot.com

    See updates about the "Mask: The Love Show 2008" on our blog:

    Or email with any questions: