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Exploring the art of pottery Photo: Nina Shah

Exploring the art of pottery

Toronto, Ontario

Visual Arts, Multicultural — Hands-On Activity, Talks and Discussion

'Exploring the art of pottery' in different cultures, is a hands on, engaging activity with an artist talk. It is participatory, so you will be able to create pots in the workshop. The venue is the Fort York branch of the Toronto Public Library on 29th Saturday at 1pm.

This event is in English.
This event is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: All Ages, Library, Museum, Pottery, Sculpture, Clay, Pinch pots, Culture, Hands on,


Fri 28 Sep No events scheduled.
Sat 29 Sep 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Sun 30 Sep No events scheduled.


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190 Fort York Blvd, Toronto, ON M5V 0E7
Toronto, Ontario


Toronto Public Library, Fort York Branch


Located on the northeast corner of Bathurst Street and Fort York Boulevard. Public Transit TTC streetcar #511 southbound from Bathurst subway station or northbound from Exhibition to Fort York Boulevard. Parking Paid - Limited street parking on Fort York Boulevard, east of the library. Green P parking lot at Portland and Front Street (entrance off Portland). Bike Share Toronto (formerly BIXI) stand on Fort York Boulevard, east of the library.


  • Nina Shah
  • Nina Shah
  • Nina Shah


Nina Shah

My artistic journey enables me to explore different art forms, and cultures. Currently I am working on form and texture, and am researching and creating Clay pots from different Cultures. With a formal education in the media Arts, and training in Pottery, I integrate my visual artistic practice, to understand Culture based creations and art forms. I hope to share this in my art talk and hands on activity during Culture Days 2018.

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