My City My Six – Scarborough Exhibitions
My City My Six celebrates the diverse stories of Scarborough residents through an exhibition of six-word stories paired with visual art pieces from local artists. My City My Six is a Cultural Hotspot project, in celebration of Canada 150, produced in partnership with the City of Toronto.
From September to December 2017, join us at the following exhibits across Scarborough:
Cedar Ridge Creative Centre, 225 Confederation Drive
Exhibition Dates: September 16 to September 28
Closing Reception: September 24, 1–4 PM
home/place at UTSC Instructional Centre (Vitrines), 1095 Military Trail
Exhibition Dates: September 27 to January 20, 2018
Opening Reception: October 17, 6–8 PM with performances by RISE Edutainment
More information on Doris McCarthy Gallery’s website.
Scarborough Arts’ Bluffs Gallery, 1859 Kingston Road
Exhibition Dates: September 29 to December 1
For more information about home/place, My City My Six — Scarborough Exhibitions, contact 416-698-7322.
ABOUT MY CITY MY SIX
My City My Six is a participatory public art project that reveals Toronto and its residents in celebration of Canada 150, six words at a time. From January through May 2017, Torontonians of all ages and backgrounds participated in workshops and submitted stories that tell something essential about themselves in six words.
Out of the over 4,000 submissions that showed the diverse lives that collectively make up this great city, 150 of these stories were selected by a diverse and interdisciplinary jury which included: Poet Laureate, Anne Michaels, alongside Donald C. Ainslie (Canada 150 Representative), Patrick Walters, Annie Wong, Shelley Hamilton and Tanya Neumeyer. This dynamic jury selected stories that will appear in the city-wide exhibit on public spaces including buses, subways, streetcars, transit shelters, transit posters, and billboards.
For more information about My City My Six, visit: toronto.ca/mycitymysix