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October 12, 2001
Media Advisory: Art exhibit highlights Toronto's hidden artists
  
At a special art show and sale beginning October 15, the Adelaide Women's Art
Studio will exhibit artwork created by women who share histories of
homelessness and inadequate housing. The exhibit will begin with an opening
reception at City Hall rotunda, 100 Queen St. W. and will continue until
October 21.

Reception: Monday, October 15

Time: 5 p.m.

Location: Rotunda, Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. W.

Exhibit: October 15 to 21, 2001

The Adelaide Women's Art Studio, housed at the Adelaide Women's Resource
Centre, offers a diverse group of women the opportunity to experience a wide
range of challenging and inspiring art activities in a supportive environment.
It also offers the women a chance to come together as artists to create. The
Studio is operated jointly by the Adelaide Resource Centre for Women, a service
provided by the City of Toronto's Hostel Services, and the Regent Park
Community Health Centre. All proceeds from the sale of the artwork will go
towards supporting the artists and the ongoing program.

Note: Program organizers and many of the featured artists will be available for
interviews at the opening reception.


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