Join us for an exciting evening as art and politics come together.
On 31st March 2017 from 6pm to 9pm, the NATO Association of Canada will be holding an art exhibition showcasing unique artistic interpretations on the progress of human rights. The exhibition includes photographs, paintings, and drawings by local artists in Toronto and beyond that will aim to draw comparisons between similar events in history and today (such as the Civil Rights Movement vs. Black Lives Matter) to make audiences question how much progress we have made in the struggle for human rights, peace, and security.
The event will also feature PhD candidate, James Poborsa, from the University of Toronto who will be speaking on human security, photojournalism, and the role of documentary work in representing the history of conflict and social unrest/activism.
There will also be free food, coat check, and live music provided by the Braeden Kloke Quartet.
Date: Friday, March 31 2017
Location: 519 Church Street, Toronto, ON M4Y 2C9
Advance tickets available at: Eventbrite
Student NAOC members: Free
Students: $7 ($10 at the door)
Adult NAOC members: $10 ($12 at the door)
Adults: $12 ($15 at the door)
Complimentary drink for each ticket purchased.