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June 2, 2006
Media Advisory - Youth recognized at reception for Jamestown Youth Photography Project
  
Toronto Culture is proud to announce that participants in “Through Our Eyes,” a Jamestown Youth Photography Project, will be recognized at a ceremony and exhibition of their work. This past winter the youth were engaged in learning photographic techniques and capturing the spirit of their community through photography.

Date: Monday, June 5
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Place: Elmbank Community Centre, 10 Rampart Road

Following the reception and the exhibit, the photographic works will be displayed for the public at the following locations:
  • Saturday, June 10 at the Albion Centre, 1530 Albion Road, as part of the Rexdale Community Festival
  • June 12 - 24 at the Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery, 399 The West Mall
  • Wednesday, June 28 Thistletown Multi Service Centre, 925 Albion Road, as part of North Etobicoke Revitalization Project’s Understanding Local Resources Information Fair
  • November 6 - 10 at Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. West as part of a city wide Toronto Culture youth exhibit


“Through Our Eyes” is in support of Toronto City Council’s Community Safety Plan - Neighbourhood Action. City Council created the Mayor’s Advisory Panel on Community Safety last year to guide the City in preventing violence and building safe communities. The panel has been working in partnership with the public, private and community-based sectors.

For more information about arts and culture in Toronto visit http://www.livewithculture.ca. Live With Culture is a 16-month celebration of Toronto’s extraordinary arts and cultural communities, shining a spotlight on the vibrant and diverse activities happening in the city each and every day. From September 2005 until the end of 2006, Live With Culture showcases the vast scope of the city’s culture of creativity and inspires culture in Toronto to become a daily part of everyone’s life. How do you live with culture? Visit http://www.livewithculture.ca, the ultimate guide to Toronto’s culture scene.


Media Contact:

Nadira Pattison
Manager
Art Services
Toronto Culture
416-338-1263


 

 

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