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ArtworxTO Hub WEST | Cloverdale Common

Cloverdale Mall is a west end focal point where creative communities are catalysts for neighbourhood transformation.  Pass through this year for interactive installations and multimedia exhibitions including the exhibition series HOME(LAND) curated by Claudia Arana; digital arts experiences using Virtual and Augmented Reality with Arts Etobicoke; and a community engaged project online conversations by Farrah Miranda with Lakeshore Arts. 

Experience this Hub

  • Exhibition

    A year-long exhibition curated by Claudia Arana. Visit the exhibition during opening hours to attend live events.

  • Partnership Programming

    Programming partners have created events, projects, and experiences throughout the year.

  • What's On: Events & Art

    There’s always something to check out at this hub! See all events and artworks on right now.

Hub Info

Location

250 The East Mall, Toronto, ON M9B 3Y8 View event location on Google Maps

Hours

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday 11am - 7pm
  • Thursday 11am - 7pm
  • Friday 11am - 7pm
  • Saturday 11am - 7pm
  • Sunday 12pm - 5pm

Exhibition

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HOME(LAND)

Curator: Claudia Arana

HOME(LAND)  is a series of three multimedia exhibitions examining how concepts of land intersect and dialogue with the fluid, and shifting characteristics of identity, belonging, and home across and between races, regions, cultures, and nations in connection with the four elemental energies from which all of life is created, water, fire, air and earth.

Exhibition Details

What's On: Artworks & Events

Programming Partners

Programming Partners are local artists, collectives, community organizations and Local Arts Service Organizations who have brought community-centred projects and programs to the ArtworxTO Hubs.

Lakeshore Arts

Lakeshore Arts, a non profit community arts organization, presents a new project by artist Farrah Miranda: a series of conversations with artists and organizers looking at the relationship between public art and the city's housing crisis. Photo Credit: Farrah Miranda.

Arts Etobicoke

Arts Etobicoke is a charitable organization that focuses on improving people's lives through the arts. Come join us to explore our community through the use of digital technology. No experience necessary and everyone is welcome. Photo Credit: Jeremy Sale.

Neilson Park Creative Centre

Neilson Park Creative Centre is a charitable organization that serves the artistic needs of the community by offering arts based classes, workshops, drop-ins, open studios, events and exhibitions within and outside its facilities.

Sponsors