We’ve invited over our neighbours at A Tiny Lab for Early Learning to collaborate with us on a very exciting exhibition! Curated by CFAT Programming Director, Tori Fleming, this exhibition will feature work by Andrew Coll and Craig Lang, Emily Hamel, Emily Lawrence and Kylie Dyment, April White and William Wegman. This program was made possible by the 4Cs foundation.
Over the past few weeks the students at A Tiny Lab, ages 3 – 5, have dropped by the CFAT offices to view and critique the featured works. Their critiques will be presented in a catalogue available at the exhibition.
Here are some early reviews we received from our critics after asking them “did you like this show?”
“I like to feed make up to my dog.”
“Why is the floor so dirty?”
“I would like to see a painting.”
Join us for opening reception on Saturday, August 11th at 3pm. We encourage you to bring any of the kids in your life!
August 14th – 31st, 2018
2238 Maitland St.
CFAT is entirely ground level and accessible by wheelchair. There is no button to press on the entrance door for it to open automatically, however volunteer greeters will be stationed at the door for duration of the event to offer assistance. The washroom is a centrally located single room with 1 toilet and is for all genders. There will be light snacks and refreshments available for free.
CFAT would like to remind all that participating in public events is a privilege. Care for yourself and others. We reserve the right to ask anyone to leave the space, for discrimination or violent acts, which include but are not limited to: racism, white supremacy, sexism, heterosexism, cissexism/transmisogyny, tokenism, ableism, ageism, sizeism, sexualized and all acts of violence and harassment.
CFAT employees will be on site for the whole duration of the event. Any concern brought to our attention will be taken seriously and addressed immediately.
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