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Greyhound Canada natureinthegarage TOUR

Enjoy several different bus tours of the exhibition Nature in the Garage
Wednesday July 12 and Thursday July 13.

JULY 12 @ 5pm – General tour of various exhibition locations

JULY 12 @ 7pm – Join critic/curator Corinna Ghaznavi and Centre for Canadian
Contemporary Art director Bill Kirby, for a talk and tour with a focus on
the works at City Hall, Harbourfront Centre and the Courtyard.

JULY 13 @ 2:30pm + 4:30pm – Tours of the exhibition conducted by Rachel
Sheehan and Christina Rossi. Join them as they take you to the various
locations while enjoying some sightseeing of downtown Toronto.

**Bus tours begin inside City Hall in front of the Rotunda (100 Queen St. W,
look for the garden shed), and continue to Harbourfront Centre, Fort York,
Courtyard at 952 Queen St. W, Drake Hotel and Gallery 1313.

ALSO Paper Place Origami workshop for kids and adults:
Thursday July 13 beginning at 2pm
Gallery 1313 is the Paper Place Origami workshop.

To RSVP or for further information contact the gallery:
416.536.6778 or
director@g1313.org


Coming up:

Wednesday July 19 @ 7pm tour and talk with exhibition curator Janet Bellotto
and Gallery 1313 director Phil Anderson.

Wednesday August 2 @ 7:30pm at Gallery 1313 – talk with NY curator Koan Jeff
Baysa and Host Steve Rockwell about the exhibitions Nature in the Garage and
No Such Place.

JOIN Noboru Tsubaki’s Radical Dialogue Project online at
http://anj.or.jp/una/

On July 7, 8, 9 a tournament of Steve Rockwell’s ColorMatch, a game was played
@ City Hall beside Tsubaki’s project with a total of 24 matches. Visit
http://www.colormatchgame.com to vote for your favourite match.

natureinthegarage, is a project by 10 International and Canadian artists who
have been invited to address nature and the environment employing a standard
garden shed placed in six locations throughout downtown Toronto. The garden
shed, a common storage space found in residential backyards, becomes the
dream sphere where visitors can experience the narratives and allegories
that we bring to the natural world.

natureinthegarage artists include Mary Anne Barkhouse, Catherine Bodmer,
Maria Fernanda Cardoso, John Dickson, Noel Harding, Yvonne Lammerich, Gwen
MacGregor, Rod Strickland, Noboru Tsubaki, and Diing-Wuu Wu Walis.

natureinthegarage, curated by Janet Bellotto, is a project by liveARTs, in
association with Gallery 1313 and in partnership with the City of Toronto’s
Live with Culture campaign.

Gallery 1313,
1313 Queen St. W,
Toronto, ON
M6K 1L8
416 536 6778
www.g1313.org


Media Contact:
416.536.6778,
director@g1313.org
,
livearts@sympatico.ca


We would like to thank the generous support of our sponsors: Live With
Culture Campaign 05/06, Department of Canadian Heritage, Royal Outdoor
Products, Oki Printing Solutions, liveARTs, Ontario Arts Council, Drake
Hotel, Toronto Arts Council, CJ Graphics Inc. Printers & Lithographers,
Greyhound Canada, Canadian Centre for Contemporary Art, Australian
Government & Trade Commission, Taipei Economic & Cultural Office, Steam
Whistle Brewery, Harbourfront Centre, Cultural Capital of Canada, and Active
Surplus.

Live With Culture is a 16-month celebration of Toronto’s extraordinary arts
and cultural communities, shining a spotlight on the vibrant and diverse
activities happening in the city each and every day. From September 2005
until the end of 2006, Live With Culture showcases the vast scope of the
city’s culture of creativity and inspires culture in Toronto to become a
daily part of everyone’s life. How do you live with culture? Visit
www.livewithculture.ca, the ultimate guide to Toronto’s culture scene.