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HIROSHI CALLING
HIROSHI CALLING
Jun 1 – Aug 4 all-day
HIROSHI CALLING
HIROSHI CALLING, curated by Emi Morita features works of her uncle, Hiroshi Morita alongside photographs of nine photographers based in Toronto: Kathi Adachi, Yosh Inouye, Yuriko Kubota, Jo Nakanishi, Vince Noguchi, Laura Shintani, Sandy Usami, Kathy[...]
Redefining Home
Redefining Home
Jun 1 – Aug 31 all-day
Redefining Home
Redefining Home: A Story of Japanese Canadian Resettlement in Toronto Redefining Home, a travelling exhibit from Campbell House Museum explores the history of Japanese Canadian through the lives of Harold and Hana Kawasoe. The exhibit[...]
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Tashme Sisters
Tashme Sisters
Aug 11 – Oct 27 all-day
Tashme Sisters
Featuring Barb Miiko Gravlin and Mary Akemi Morris  August 11 – October 27, 2019  Opening reception: Sunday, August 18, 2 pm with attendance by artists and music by Bruce Tatemichi and friends. Light refreshments will be provided.     Barb Miiko Gravlin and Mary[...]
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Noriko Maeda: Foundations Echoes in Culture
Noriko Maeda: Foundations Echoes in Culture
Aug 15 – Sep 10 all-day
Noriko Maeda: Foundations Echoes in Culture
Noriko Maeda: Foundations Echoes in Culture August 15 – September 10, 2019 The art of Japanese calligraphy is intimately tied to the act of translation. It is read, interpreted and transforms itself in innumerable ways[...]
Seniors’ Supper Club 11:00 am
Seniors’ Supper Club
Aug 15 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Seniors’ Supper Club Menu Thu. Apr. 25 – Pork Shogayaki & Breaded Eggplant and Zucchini Thu. May 23 – Minced Hamburger with Vegetables & Veggie Side Salad or Dessert Thu. Jul. 18 – Asian Peanut[...]
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Panel Discussion – Noriko Maeda: Foundations Echoes in Culture 6:30 pm
Panel Discussion – Noriko Maeda: Foundations Echoes in Culture
Aug 30 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Panel Discussion - Noriko Maeda: Foundations Echoes in Culture
This unique exhibition event presents a panel of artists and cultural figures who will join Noriko Maeda in a conversation on the ways in which the book and Japanese calligraphy in general have found echoes[...]
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