About the Artist

Alessandra Singh (She/Her)

       Alessandra Singh is a recently graduated Thesis student and Drawing and Painting major of OCAD University. Growing up in a very science driven family, Alessandra did not begin truly focusing on the arts until high school, when she fell in love with it. She works mainly in acrylic, multimedia pieces, and digital work. Having grown up in Collingwood, Ontario she is still inspired by the small-town atmosphere that she knows and loves. Alessandra moved back home to Collingwood at the beginning of quarantine and is currently working between her hometown and the big city of Toronto (Tkaronto). Her process is experimental, messy, and dynamic. She can typically be found hiking with her dog, creating art, enjoying nature, or watching movies. 

     Alessandra enjoys primarily exploring concepts of feminism, equality, and climate change. 


Alessandra Singh is a visual artist in her fourth year of Drawing and Painting at OCAD University. 


2018-2022               OCAD University, Drawing and Painting Program

2023                            STEPS, Create Space Public Art Forum


2020                                 Group Exhibition, Square Foot Show, Loft Gallery, Thornbury, ON. (Curated by Heather Caroll) 

2020                                   Group Exhibition, PathoGEN, Error: 2020, OCADU, online gallery (Curated by Ilene Sova)

2021                                    Group Exhibition, Culture’s Compass, Guelph Humber

2021-Present                    HelloArt, Online Art Platform

2022                                     Group Exhibition, Emerge GRADEX107, OCADU

2022                                       Group Exhibition, Square Foot Show, Loft Gallery, Thornbury, ON. (Curated by Heather Caroll) 

2022-2023                         Exhibiting at Partial Gallery, Toronto

Additional Experience

2021                                       Showing, McCormick Care Foundation Supporting Dementia Care In Our Community, Ritz Gala

2022                                    Showing, OCADSU Spring Festival, The TIFF Lightbox Theatres

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