Arvo Pärt is one of those composers in the world whose creative output has significantly changed the way we understand the nature of music. Since 1976, his unique tintinnabulicompositions have established a new musical paradigm and introduced an approach to composing that he is still using today. And, although there is no school that follows him, nor does he teach, a large part of the music of the second half of the 20th century has been strongly influenced by Pärt’s tintinnabulicompositions.
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This photo exhibit by Tõnu Tormis features photographs of the renowned Estonian composer Arvo Pärt. The exhibit was opened during Estonian Music Week in May 2018 and will be on display until September 2018.
The exhibit is open Monday-Friday 10am-5pm, during events, and upon request.
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In our third floor gallery space, May 10 - June 28
"I love to paint because of the limitless possibilities you can create. Painting is very important to me because of the culture and being able to participate in it creates complete freedom. The portraits in this exhibition represent the experience of living in a diverse and multi-cultural city and seeing the faces of people from all over the word during everyday interactions.”
Robin has exhibited with Workman Arts for over a decade and has had numerous shows at The Show Gallery in Toronto.
Scott Pilgrim, Captain Canuck, Nelvana, and Kagagi are just a few of the thrilling Canadian comic book heroes you can explore at the free Alter Ego exhibit, on display at the Toronto Reference Library’s TD Gallery from May 12 to July 29. Check out some of Canada’s best biographical and realist comic creators, and learn about the talented Canadians behind many popular superheroes, like pioneering Superman artist Joe Shuster. The exhibit was created by Library and Archives Canada and is presented by Toronto Public Library.
Photographs by Mark L. Freedman
Safari is a collection of intimate wildlife images captured during several photographic expeditions to East Africa. The images celebrate nature in all its glory. “I am constantly inspired by the innocence and raw beauty of wildlife and the harsh conditions in which they struggle to survive. Co-presented with Contact.
Paintings by Melanie Gruson-Wood
A body of work that includes abstract work in acrylics on canvas that are full of colour and energy.
Third Floor Gallery in the Miles Nadal JCC
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Photographs by Liora Kogan
March 29 - April 26
Reception: April 16, 7:00 pm
An exhibition celebrating the country’s rich and diverse culture on its 70th Independence anniversary through the faces of Israeli newcomers.
Presented as part of Spotlight on Israel 2018
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Kristen Dobbin and Toomas Volkmann's photo exhibits Two Ends of a Lifespan presents the perspectives on Estonian identity in Toronto's tight-knit diaspora community from two ends of a lifespan. Kristen Dobbin's nostalgic series on Estonian summer camp, Jõekääru, documents young campers exploring their culture and identity, while highlighting a diaspora institution in transition. Toomas Volkmann's triptychs portray Estonian-Canadians born in Estonia in the early years of the Republic, between 1918 adn 1923, alongside personal reflections on their lives spent in two countries.
Toronto Public Library's collection of documentary art captures the city's changing streets and built environment through a variety of artists' works.
Toronto Revealed presents art that captures Toronto's quickly changing streetscape from the mid-twentieth century to the present day: homes and alleyways, diners and corner stores, markets, parks, and community hubs.
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