The Gardiner Museum’s annual Community Arts Space features a full summer of free arts programming inspired by the transformative power of clay. This year’s theme, “What we long for“, considers how justice and pleasure can co-exist as a counterpoint to gaslighting, burnout and exhaustion.
From August 1 to 15, discover the queer “cruising” histories of Queen’s Park as explored in the exhibition Intimate Encounters ~ Animate Histories. From August 22-September 4, see an installation of hundreds of ceramic butterflies made by members of the Davenport Perth community as a way to mobilize conversation and action around the decline of the monarch butterfly and the migrant crisis.
July 9-Sep 4, see website for more details and list of events related to the exhibition. Free.
Location - Gardiner Museum