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December 2016
Free

Let it Snow

December 16, 2016 @ 3:00 pm to December 18, 2016 @ 6:00 pm
180 Shaw Street

Toronto, Ontario M6J2W5 Canada
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Bringing together talented local artisans from across Toronto for a fun and festive holiday marketplace. Meet new artisans. Enjoy a free cup of hot apple cider, and other prizes, including a chance to WIN YOUR PURCHASE(S)!!

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January 2017

Are Closer Than – video installations by Lyla Rye

January 14 @ 12:00 pm to February 4 @ 6:00 pm
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180 Shaw Street

Toronto, Ontario M6J2W5 Canada
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January 12 - February 11 Reception: Saturday, January 14, 3-6pm General Hardware Contemporary 1520 Queen St. West, Toronto www.generalhardware.ca Are Closer Than Back gallery space Waiting In The Project Space Are Closer Than and Waiting are part of a recent series that combines footage of my mother’s hospital room as she lay dying, with cellphone clips that my teenage daughter shoots. I've overlaid these using two projectors, creating a physical superimposition where brightness obliterates while darkness reveals. These long, predominantly…

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$85

Contemporary Calligraphy- Beginner Workshop

January 26 @ 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm
3 Delta Studio, 180 Shaw St, Unit 207
Toronto, Ontario M6J 2W5 Canada
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DESCRIPTION Join me for a fun evening learning calligraphy! This class is intended for beginners with little to no experience in calligraphy. You will learn the techniques of traditional copperplate calligraphy adopted into a contemporary, fun style. WHAT IS 'CONTEMPORARY' CALLIGRAPHY? Contemporary calligraphy is the fusion of traditional copperplate calligraphy and modern calligraphy. In my own calligraphy journey, I first attempted modern calligraphy with a pointed pen and found it difficult to keep my style consistent. I found that learning…

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February 2017
$5

SKETCH Breakfast Pop-Up

February 7 @ 8:00 am to February 9 @ 11:00 am
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180 Shaw Street

Toronto, Ontario M6J2W5 Canada
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Breakfast Sandwich Pop-Up Where: SKETCH Lower Level Kitchen Cost: $5 per sandwich - By donation in support of SKETCH's Culinary Program When: February 7-9th from 8am-11am (Tues, Wed, Thurs) Menu: 3 different sandwich options, meat and dairy can be removed for dietary needs 1) Bao Breakfast Bao bun Kimchi omelette Pickled cucumber and carrots Hoisin sauce Scallions 2) Truck stop English Muffin Fried egg Turkey sausage Aged cheddar 3) All day breakfast English muffin Sous-vide egg Charred tomatoes Potato rostie…

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Patti and Rose’s 4th Kids and Youth Art Show

February 15 @ 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
180 Shaw Street

Toronto, Ontario M6J2W5 Canada
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MYTHICAL BEASTS ART Show Opening Party Come and see what lurks in the minds of our seemly innocent neighbourhood kids at the 4th Annual Community Kids and Youth Art Show hosted at Artscape Youngplace along the Second Floor Hallway. Come see the Art of 120 Fabulous Beasts! Please feel free to bring a snack to share on the snack table.  

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Skipper’s Club: Breakfast Thursdays at SKETCH

February 23 @ 8:30 am to 10:00 am
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180 Shaw Street

Toronto, Ontario M6J2W5 Canada
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Bring your morning tummy grumbles to The Skipper's Club: our new weekly $5 breakfast pop-up in the LL, now every Thursday from 8:30-10:30AM. The Skipper's Club has been known to sell out early, so no dilly dallying! Share the attached invite with your hungry friends!

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March 2017
Free

SKETCH Open Studio

March 10 @ 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
SKETCH, lower level, 180 Shaw, Lower Level
Toronto, ON m6j 2w5 Canada
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OPEN STUDIO Friday March 10, 6-9pm SKETCH Studios 180 Shaw Street, Lower Level Free and open to the public! Featuring: Black History & Black Futures exhibition What the F? Exhibition Murals with Mural Routes Street Voices Vocal Revolution Right to Dance Street Dance with Unity Charity Hackbridge Media Arts Comic-Making Residency And much more!

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Free

Skills and Ideas Exchange Drop-In

March 25 @ 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw St, Studio 316
Toronto, Ontario M6G 3B3 Canada
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An unstructured studio drop-in where artists can meet, talk, brainstorm, share techniques, materials or ideas they are engaged with.

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April 2017

2Fik: His and Other Stories – Koffler Gallery Spring Opening Reception

April 6 @ 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Koffler Gallery, 1st Floor, 180 Shaw Street
Toronto, Ontario Canada
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Assuming the multiple roles of artistic director, photographer and model, Montreal-based artist 2Fik stages elaborate tableaux in which he single-handedly plays a cast of characters, both male and female, often re-enacting familiar compositions derived from famous paintings. His photo and performance based works toy with reality and dismantle stereotypes, destabilizing the viewer’s assumed points of reference. As 2Fik's first solo show in Toronto, His and Other Stories brings together three recent bodies of work that examine cultural legacies as well…

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Into the Light

April 10 @ 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Artscape Youngplace Studio 107, 180 Shaw St.
Toronto, Ontario m6j2w5 Canada
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New Photography by PhotoVoice Artists

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CAD50.

Mentor Lyla Rye – Mini Crit with Ed Pien and Lyla Rye

April 15 @ 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Studio 316, 180 Shaw St
Toronto, Ontario Canada
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A 30-minute critique with Ed Pien ( www.edpien.com ) and myself. You will receive honest feedback and encouragement from two established artists. Between the three of us, we will explore ways to further the work so that it is more compelling and engaging. Sign up now for your time slot.

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May 2017
Free

SKETCHTalks: MAKING AN IMPACT: Corporate Social Innovation and the Future of Giving

May 4 @ 7:45 am to 9:30 am
SKETCH, 180 Shaw Street
Toronto, Ontario M6J 2W5 Canada
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Technology has made charitable giving easier than ever. We enter a couple numbers in a box, push confirm and we’re done. Although the process of giving has become more accessible, there is no denying that technology has also made it harder for us to engage and connect directly to the impact. Committing time and energy away from our busy lives is tough. So, what do we do? How do we not only give with our wallets but also with our…

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