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Greater Toronto Art 2021

GTA360 — Virtual

GTA21 — Publication

EASE: slow walk and the sonic art of breath

TD Community Sunday (Virtual): From Scrapbook to Screen with Saroja Ponnambalam

Shelagh Keeley in Conversation with Gaëtane Verna & November Paynter, moderated by Kathleen Bartels

Current Exhibition

Greater Toronto Art 2021
September 29, 2021
— January 9, 2022
Greater Toronto Art 2021
GTA360 — Virtual
October 15, 2021
— January 9, 2022
GTA360 — Virtual
GTA21 — Publication
September 29, 2021
— January 9, 2022
GTA21 — Publication

Events

Shelagh Keeley in Conversation with Gaëtane Verna & November Paynter, moderated by Kathleen Bartels

Shelagh Keeley in Conversation with Gaëtane Verna & November Paynter, moderated by Kathleen Bartels

Friday, November 5, 2021
TD Community Sunday (Virtual): From Scrapbook to Screen with Saroja Ponnambalam

TD Community Sunday (Virtual): From Scrapbook to Screen with Saroja Ponnambalam

Sunday, November 7, 2021
TD Community Sunday (In-person): Collage making inspired by the work of artist Saroja Ponnambalam

TD Community Sunday (In-person): Collage making inspired by the work of artist Saroja Ponnambalam

Sunday, November 7, 2021

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