Embassy of Imagination + PA, Quviana Parade, 2018. Created and performed in Kinngait, Nunavut. An Embassy of Imagination project led by Alexa Hatanaka and Leah Mersky, with 70+ youth artists and community performers, pictured collaborators: Moe Kelly, Taqialuk Nuna, Shelton Nipisar and Joe Hopiqualuk. With support from Cape Dorset District Education Authority, Government of Nunavut, Canada Council's New Chapter Grant. Photo: Alexa Hatanaka

Toronto Biennial of Art

The inaugural Toronto Biennial of Art has opened. Congratulations to the organizers on such a massive undertaking, a gift to our city.

The TFVA Project Support Committee allocated a meaningful percentage of their budget to this city-wide celebration of art.

Have fun acquainting yourself with all the offerings–many in exciting and unlikely places.

And we are proud to be named in the list of benefactors!

 

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