Once again, artists have transformed 50 blank brains into thought-provoking pieces of art. The initiative is encouraging Canadians to get a head start on brain health from a young age. Through The Brain Project, awareness and much-needed funds are raised for brain health and groundbreaking research on dementia and aging at Baycrest, a global leader in brain health and aging. The project launches in Nathan Phillips Square in July, then moves to iconic spots around the city in August to raise awareness of brain health. Jul 3-30. Free.
Location - Nathan Phillips Square