The Art of Inclusion: Digital Art Exhibition at Nuit Blanche Toronto
[Woman and Art, 2015. Photo: Ryan Singh]
See The Art of Inclusion Digital Art Exhibition at the Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge Street, from sunset to sunrise this Saturday, September 30, 2017.
Experience the magic of the Art of Inclusion, which unlocks the unique cinematographic perspectives of 14 budding Muslim Canadian filmmakers. Aged 15-30, each creator brings to Nuit Blanche Toronto their individual take on inclusion in the age of rising xenophobia. Each piece opens a deeply personal window into the complexities of identity through an existential meditation on diversity that inspires hope in a world fractured by the forces of hate, terror and division.
With the theme “Combating Hate, Advancing Inclusion”, the projection invites each visitor to use the long-focus of humanism and societal responsibility and to cast out clichés hindering the progress of inclusion across all communities in Canada.
Led by the Michaëlle Jean Foundation, the Vancouver Foundation, the Silk Road Institute & National Council for Canadian Muslims, the project is supported by a number of organizations across Canada, including the Edmonton, Winnipeg and Oakville community foundations, and Nuit Blanche Toronto.
[Project Details : Nuit Blanche Toronto]