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Art takes over Campus at ARTSIDEOUT’s 5th Transformation. For immediate release Toronto, ON (Canada) – ARTSIDEOUT is thrilled to invite everyone toanother exciting year at the University of Toronto Scarborough 5th annual largest multi-disciplinary arts festival, happening on Thursday, October 4th, 2012. This free event will be located at 1265 Military Trail near 401/Morningside and will run from 11am – 11pm, rain or shine.“I am excited to announce this year ASO’s programming will expand to showcase a new range of artworks that explores conceptual ways in bringing art outside of traditional venues. In addition, challenge both artist and audience to interact with art in a fresh context as well as encourage local youth and communities to get in touch with their ART SIDE and bring OUT the creativity brimming within.”
–Elias Tourani, ASO Artistic Director
We encourage all community members to join us during the day-long transformation of study-space turned artistic venue and celebrate the creativity, interdisciplinary innovation, and artistic achievement in the Eastern GTA. Inspired by Toronto’s Nuit Blanche, the event features works of over 40 artists and over 20 performers that attracts approximately 2000 visitors to attend the festival annually. There is always something to experience and see from this year’s great selection of artistic works –covering from largescale installations, site-specific works, concerts, film screenings, exhibitions, performances and much more.
For more information, please visit: www.artsideout.ca
ARTSIDEOUT (ASO) — Taking place annually on the first Thursday of October, UTSC’s largest multi-disciplinary arts festival, ASO offers free-admission to its unique unconventiona alternative in the use of non-traditional spaces for student artists to explore artistic gestures in re-creating the school as a large-scale artistic venue. This year, our goal is to present our campus as the centre for creativity, interdisciplinary innovation, and artistic achievement in the Eastern GTA. ASO is generously supported by The Office of the Principal and Vice-President, Scarborough Campus Students’ Union, Doris McCarthy Gallery, Arts & Events Programming, TD Insurance Meloche Monnex, MBNA Canada and Manulife Financial.
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The Birch Cliff Community Mural project meeting will be held on November 18 at the Scarborough Arts office. We will get an update on the status of the new summer 2013 murals. Please bring along lots of ideas regarding fundraising for future mural projects. We are looking forward to seeing you.
Members of the Art Guild include local artists who exhibit in watercolour, oil, acrylic, pastel, mixed media, sculpture, and printmaking. The show will include over 300 works of art by over 80 artisans. All juried works are completely original and are for sale at reasonable prices.
Our own member, Mario Dimain, will have two watercolours in the show, “Procrastination” and “The Sign Shop”, exhibited with the other AGS members’ amazing works of art.