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Developed as a talk show for a university campus, this project, completed between 2004 and 2006, was the second major stage production undertaken by CaST Public Arts CEO Dr. Kelvin Sealey. It will be rejuvenated in 2023.
Working with dozens of public and private schools across the City of Toronto, and backed by
a $50,000 grant from the city’s public arts budget, teachers and students used a CaST Public Arts curriculum to design pandemic art and poetry during the 2020-2021 academic year, Covid-19 year in North America. The resulting literary and fine art will be displayed as digital projections upon the walls of schools, libraries, care homes and universities in the fall of 2021.
Envisioned as an illuminated path through the elegant streets of Toronto, this saffron night-walk will also feature the work of artists from around the world as part of an outdoor art gallery.
What if Shakespeare’s plays were danced?
Can we bring Algonquin Park wood to Toronto, stringing together branches of its trees to form one extended lattice of wood and light?
Prepare to walk on water in a cloud of liquid.
Let us gather, from across the nation, tiles of texture and mood, an interwoven grid of artistry from coast to coast.
The contemporary version of heraldic emblems are grafitti ‘tags,” the family crests of the 21st century. What’s your emblem, and where shall we find it emblazoned?
A site-specific dance of light.
THE TRUE WE
One people. One planet. One hope. One future.
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