Artists with Disabilities Showcased at Shades Of Ability
Creating art is one of the richest forms of self-expression that anyone can enjoy in the human experience. Our province abounds with fine artists who generate innovative and imaginative works. Shades of Ability Art Exhibition and Sale will showcase the fruits of creative labours by Ontario artists living with disabilities.
Our quality of life is enhanced through creativity 2017 Shades of Ability Art Exhibition and Sale
Thursday, June 22, 2017 Toronto Botanical Gardens, Floral Hall 777 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto | FREE Parking
- 4:30 PM - Doors open; Refreshments and Wine (Sponsored by Gluckstein Lawyers)
- 6:30 PM - Voting for Awards Closes
- 7:00 PM - Awards Presentation
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Independent artists with disabilities showcase their works of art
We are a proud sponsor of this event hosted by Spinal Cord Injury Ontario (SCIO) which provides "a much-needed entrepreneurial platform for independent artists with physical disabilities to showcase their work."1
Doors open at 4:30 p.m. for this exhibit taking place at the Toronto Botanical Gardens, inside Edwards Gardens. Guests can enjoy refreshments and wine (sponsored by Gluckstein Lawyers) as they wander freely among the diversity of visual artwork on display.
Submissions by independent artists, both amateur and professional, have already been made, and Thursday night will be show time. The artists will showcase original works including paintings in oil, watercolour, and acrylic along with drawings, photography, and works of mixed media. Guests will have up until 6:30 p.m. to vote on their favourite pieces. Judges will present awards and monetary prizes in each category and an overall best piece at the 7:00 p.m. Awards Presentation.
The works will be on sale and art enthusiasts can support and promote the spirit of entrepreneurialism among the artists by purchasing the works for private enjoyment.
Gluckstein Lawyers encourages all to come out, take in the local cultural atmosphere and support creativity among those living with disabilities.
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Source: 1. www.sciontario.org/shades of ability
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