A Living Mosaic: The Cartography of Origins and SettlementToronto, Ontario
Multicultural, Visual Arts — Talks and Discussion
Living Mosaic is a two day event at the Riverdale Gallery that includes an art exhibition, family-friendly activities, live performances, and engaging discussions about the celebration of Canada 150 and Toronto’s cultural heritage. The exhibition aims to pay tribute to the varying stories of origin that lend vibrancy into our collective society, specifically highlighting Indigenous and immigrant histories in Canada. Featuring the work of contemporary emerging artists, Living Mosaic represents a broad spectrum of experience and historical perspectives that together acknowledge the past, celebrate the present, and look toward building a bright future. Visitors can also look forward to learning about local businesses and service providers that are unique to the Gerrard Street East neighbourhood.
This activity is in English.
This activity is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Sculpture, Photography, Performance, Painting, Kids, Family Friendly, Drawing
|Fri 29 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sat 30 Sep||11:00 AM to 3:00 PM|
|Sun 01 Oct||11:00 AM to 3:00 PM|
In case of rain:
The event takes place indoor
1326 Gerard Street East
Major intersection: Gerard Street East and Greenwood Avenue. By TTC: - From Greenwood Station: take South - 31A Greenwood to Queen Street. Get off at Gerard Street East then walk East for about 250m. - From College Station: take East- 506 Carlton towards Main station. Get off at Gerard Street East at Woodfield Road then walk West for 95m.
- Jieun-June Kim, "Hex 3", 2016
- Michelle Peraza, "Porfi", 2017
- Tia Cavanagh, "This Land is Our Land", 2016
- More photos
Riverdale Hub Gallery
Located in the heart of Little India, The Riverdale Hub is a transformative space and green working environment informed by the values of diversity, sustainability, and equality. The Riverdale Gallery, located on the third floor of the community center building, is one of the Hub's many social enterprises. In embracing the core values of the Hub, Riverdale Gallery is dedicated to employing the transformative power of art to engage the community.