Check out Literature for Life’s International Women’s Day Art Exhibit on Wednesday, 7 March 2012
The good people at Literature for Life are proud to present “Exposed: The Female Perspective” and “Voices,” a joint art exhibit that will be hosted at Toronto’s Steamwhistle Brewery in honour of International Women’s Day. The opening night reception will be held on Wednesday, 7 March 2012 at 7:00 PM, and it will feature spoken word performances by Literature for Life’s program participants, as well as a screening of Women’s Words, a documentary about the charity.
As some of you know, I served on the board of Literature for Life for two years; I left the board in December in order to focus on my own growing family. They’re a terrific organization doing vital work in our priority neighbourhoods, and they’ve still got my support as a donor and an advocate. Not only that, but my wife and I got married at the Steamwhistle Brewery, and I can tell you that Literature for Life couldn’t have chosen a better space to host this exhibit.
Stay tuned to the Literature for Life website for details on this event as they develop, or “like” their page on Facebook if you want to be kept in the loop. The opening reception is free, and it’s bound to be a great introduction to one of my favourite local charities.
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