Join us for an art-filled day, meet new individuals, and take home a piece of art made by you!
* experience the visual art through an exhibit tour
* engage in a facilitated discussion and Q&A period
* create your own piece in a session led by visual artist Iman Bhatti
* enjoy a light meal and snacks with old and new friends
To sign-up please email us by October 26th at noon (please share any allergies or accessibility requirements in the email).
This event is FREE and is open to ALL Community Members | Spaces are limited | TTC tokens will be provided upon request
The 5th annual (mus)interpreted exhibit showcases the work of 19 Muslim women who live and practice in the Greater Toronto Area. Through a variety of mediums and approaches to the visual arts, these artists explore personal and political narratives, document and reflect on their lived experiences, and navigate the notions and spaces in which Muslim women are defined and redefined. This exhibition provides alternative perspectives into the diverse realities of Muslim women. It is a testament to past struggles, a celebration of resilience, and a collective envisioning of a self-determined inclusive future.
for a moment it all comes together (and you’re the only one)
Opening Reception: Thursday November 16, 2017 | 6-9pm
Exhibition: November 13, 2017 – November 24, 2017
Hours: Monday-Sunday 8am-9pm
Katrina Jurjans was awarded the fourth annual Artscape Award at the 2017 Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition.The award includes a residency at Artscape Gibraltar Point and exhibition at Artscape Youngplace.
Katrina’s paintings rely on the visual language of colour, pattern, layering and spatial tension to explore intimate relationships and ideas of loss, memory, love, grief, instability and transition. Formed by blurring these concepts, her work breaks free from a fixed meaning, instead becoming a layered solidification of thoughts and feelings.