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September 16, 2005
18-month-olds take their place on Toronto's cultural stage
  
On Monday, September 19, some of Toronto's emerging artists, some as young as
18 months, will showcase their creative talents at the launch of the eighth
annual "Art at the Start" show. This week-long exhibit will honour the creative
expressions of over 50 children, up to age 12, who are enrolled in Toronto
Children's Services Municipal Child Care Centres.

At the opening ceremonies, the children and their families will receive mounted
copies of their award-winning designs. Many of the designs are snapshots of the
children's lives, and present a unique perspective on the world around us.

At Toronto Children's Services, kids and quality matter. Ensuring children
receive the highest quality of child care includes providing opportunities for
children to nurture and develop their creativity. This art show demonstrates
how this is happening every day in our child care centres.

Date: Monday, September 19
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Metro Hall Rotunda, 55 John St.

The children's artwork will be on display from Monday evening to Friday,
September 23.


Media contact:

Debbie Muldoon
Communication Supervisor
Toronto Social Development and Administration
416-392-8307



 

 

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