2022 - BFA Sculpture and Installation - OCAD U  


2022 - Simple, Perfect, Continuous, and Perfect Continuous - Gallery 1313, Toronto, Canada.
2022 - Corporeal Gestures - Portland State Univeristy, Oregon, USA.
2021 - Gatherings - OCAD University, Toronto, Canada and Joshibi University, Tokyo, Japan. 2021 - Huminality -Beaver Hall Gallery, Toronto, Canada. 
2020 - Passion and Pretense -Be Contemporary Gallery, group show, Innisfil, Canada.
2020 - The Essentialists: Material Proofs in Extraordinary Times, international online group exhibition, OCADU.
2020 - Now Streaming Youth Show - VAM, Mississauga, Canada.
2020 - VAM’s 42nd Annual Juried Show of Fine Arts -AGM, Mississauga, Canada.
2019 - Now Streaming Youth Residency Show - VAM, Mississauga, Canada. 2017/2018 - Springfest Art Show, Mississauga, Canada.
2016 - InSitu - Small Arms Gallery, Mississauga, Canada.
2015 - InterGen - CSC, Mississauga, Canada.


2019 -Creative Youth Residency - VAM, Mississauga, Canada.


2021 - Mary Ella Dignam Scholarship, Women’s Art Association of Canada
2020 - Andre Beaulieu Bursary for Young Visual Artists
2020 - Mariano Elia Foundation Scholarship, OCADU 2020 - VAM’s 42nd Annual Jury Show Third Prize Winner
2019 - Sully Corth Memorial Fund Scholarship, OCADU
2018 - Jason Verge Visual Arts Award
2018 - The Governor General’s Academic Medal
2015/16/17/18 - Cawthra Park Visual Arts Award


Sasha Shevchenko is a Ukrainian, Tkaronto/Toronto based interdisciplinary artist. Inspired by her experience as a Ukrainian person of diaspora, her practice bridges interests in sculpture, textile, archaeology, and intimate ethnography. By combining contemporary and ancient story-telling methods, Shevchenko creates propositional spaces where tradition has the opportunity to whimsically extend into cultural futures. Her work has been exhibited at the Art Gallery of Mississauga, Small Arms Gallery, VAM, Portland State University, along with international online exhibitions. Shevchenko holds a BFA in Sculpture and Installation from OCAD University. 


In the event of the human material,

In the event of dust, and mud, and all that which exists between
us as we walk within the urban site,

In the event of the natural cycle absorbing the artificial,

Comes the event of human mark making through human trajectories.