Molly Montgomery of Design Plus, a Debbie Adams company, created a timeline of the history of 180 Shaw Street in west end Toronto. Artscape, a non profit operation, was founded in the 1980s and has been involved with the Queen West, Parkdale, The Distillery District and Wychwood Barn areas to make available Studio Spaces for groups and individuals. This latest school reno on Shaw Street an only be described as cool.
Screen Art decorated these monoliths that direct museum goers to the entrances of the Royal Ontario Museum and C5 Restaurant. The shard located on the corners of Bloor Street and Avenue Road advertises the current feature exhibit "Mesopotamia" which will close in early January. It is a must see exhibit that originated at the British Museum in London.
David Bowie is at the AGO for the first North American stop on an unprecedented world tour, direct from a record-breaking run at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Spanning five decades and featuring more than 300 objects from Bowie’s personal archive, this totally immersive multimedia show celebrates the groundbreaking artist’s collaborations in the fields of fashion, sound, theatre, art and film. An audio guide by Sennheiser is part of the experience and is included with admission.
Screen Art is proud to have participated in this installation and wishes to thank AGO Graphic Designer Aleksander Grzywaczewska, project coordinator Malene Hjorngaard, and the team of museum specialist from the V & A. For more information go to www.AGO.on.ca. The show closes on November 27, 2013.
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