Eglinton/Dufferin Community Library to Set Art Piece in Stone - Maria A. Shchuka Branch to unveil community art project
Toronto (Tuesday, December 9, 2008) - On Thursday, December 11 at 6 p.m., the Maria A. Shchuka library will unveil an art/poetry piece created in collaboration with Art Starts and the youth in the community, with the help of local artist Lois Dellert and dub poetry artist d’bi Young.
|What:||Unveiling of new community art and poetry piece|
|Where:||Maria A. Shchuka Branch, 1745 Eglinton Avenue West, 416-394-1000 (east of Dufferin Street)|
|When:||Thursday, December 11, 2008 at 6 p.m. (spoken word performance by d’bi Young and local youth from the community, unveiling to follow)|
|Detail:||The art piece is a creation of poetry in brick format. The tangible poems will be affixed to a full sized planter outside the library.|
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