My City My Six Etobicoke Events

 

Etobicoke Events


September 5 - October 28: My Place: My City My Six Exhibition
@ Arts Etobicoke Storefront Gallery, 4893a Dundas St W
Public Reception: Saturday September 9, 1 - 3pm
 
September 5 - October 28: In The Clouds Window Installation
@ Arts Etobicoke Storefront Gallery, 4893a Dundas St W
 
September 6 - 30: Six Through One Exhibition
@ Smith Zone Gallery, 2422 Lake Shore Blvd W
Public Reception: Saturday, September 30, 10:30am - 1pm
 
September 7 - 28: All About Me & My City My Six Exhibition
@ Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery, 399 The West Mall
Public Reception: September 7, 7 - 9pm
 
September 9 - October 3: My City My Six Exhibition
@ Assembly Hall, 1 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive
 
September 15: Park Party with Stonegate CHC
@ Bell Manor Park, 1 Bayside Lane, 3 - 6pm
 
September 15 - October 31: Stonegate Stories Outdoor Exhibition
@ Community Garden in Bell Manor Park, 1 Bayside Lane
 
September 27: Guerilla Street Art: Stenciling the Six! Workshop
@ Lakeshore Arts, 2422 Lake Shore Blvd W, 5 - 7pm
 
September 30: Guerilla Street Art: Stenciling the Six! Exhibition
@ All over South Etobicoke, 10:30am - 1:30pm
 
Permanent Installation: Cornerstone: Impressions in Six Words
@ 350 Kipling Ave (corner of Birmingham)
 


My City My Six (MCM6) is a participatory public art project that reveals Toronto and its residents in celebration of Canada 150, six words at a time. The MCM6 project asked Torontonians of all ages and backgrounds to share something essential about themselves in six words. MCM6 is led by Toronto Arts and Culture in collaboration with the city’s six local arts service organizations. Stories have been collected through emails, work- shops, and events. A jury, including Toronto Poet Laureate Anne Michaels, selected stories to appear in a city-wide exhibition, which will include transit shelters, transit interiors, billboards and other public spaces.

Visit the city-wide exhibit at City Hall on September 27. More info: Culturalhotspot.ca
 


About our Partners:

The Assembly Hall is a City of Toronto community cultural centre, located in the heart of the Lakeshore, and is home to a wide range of arts programming, exhibitions, performances, and other community events. 416.338.7255 | assemblyhall.ca

The Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery, a City of Toronto gallery, has supported visual arts in Etobicoke for over four decades, presenting group and juried exhibitions, featuring works from both local organizations and artists from around the globe. 416.394.8628 | toronto.ca/eccartgallery

Lakeshore Arts connects neighbourhoods through the transformative power of arts activity. Through accessible, arts led programming and events we are committed to improving the availability of arts and cultural activities within our community. 416.201.7093 | lakeshorearts.ca


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