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Exhibition

The InterLove Project

A documentary photography series by Colin Boyd Shafter that explores how people with differing beliefs come together in love.  A Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival exhibit.
May 1-24
Reception: Wednesday, May 11, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

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L’Alliance française de Toronto est heureuse de présenter une sélection d'œuvres d’un des étudiants deRyerson School of Image Arts dans la galerie Pierre Léon. Vernissage le mercredi 4 mai, à 18h30, entrée libre.

WOMEN’S LOOKS

Alliance française de Toronto is pleased to present a selection of works by Anne Maizia in the Pierre Léon Gallery. Opening reception on Wednesday, April 6, at 6:30 pm, free entrance. Exhibition until Saturday, April 30.

CONTINENTS

Alliance française de Toronto is pleased to present a selection of works by James Kennedy in the Pierre Léon Gallery. Exhibition from March, 9 to April, 2. Opening reception on Wednesday, March 9, at 6:30 pm. Free entrance. 

Voicing Perspective

The Gallery at the J
Voicing Perspective brings together two exhibits, Disability/Visibility and Songs of the Heart
Featuring visual art and photography from artists with disabilities, the exhibit invites viewers to shift their perspective on disability and to consider disability culture.
Info: deannad@mnjcc.org (416) 924-6211 x250

 

Resilience

Textiles by Sheila Thompson
Toronto fibre artist and Geographer Sheila Thompson uses the process of felt making as a metaphor for building resilience.
Reception: Tuesday, January 21, 4:00 - 6:00 pm
Info: deannad@mnjcc.org (416) 924-6211 x250

Maurice Sendak: 50 Years, 50 Works, 50 Reasons

The story of a disobedient boy with a fierce imagination, Where the Wild Things Are is one of the most beloved children’s books of all time. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of its publication, Toronto Public Library presents a retrospective exhibition of original artwork by the book’s revered author and illustrator, Maurice Sendak.

See more than 50 works spanning Sendak’s acclaimed career, including sketches, illustrations and works on paper. The exhibition also features artwork from the Toronto Public Library’s Osborne Collection of Early Children’s Books.

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