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15 playful paper installations from Toronto artists

Posted by Aubrey Jax / April 29, 2014

PULP Paper Art PartyLast weekend PULP asked Toronto, "Have you ever partied in a room made of paper?" The unique event at the Great Hall saw 55 artists create strange, dainty installations, artworks, costumes, and even furniture in a multi-room playground made from recycled and reclaimed materials. The night was part art show, part party, and part concert - including a live performance from Lemon Bucket Orkestra. If you missed Friday's event you can see some of these installations in person at Artscape Youngplace until May 3, and PULP's Card Yard will appear at the corner of Bloor and Dufferin from July 21-22.

Check out highlights from the event in our photo gallery.

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Rotem Yaniv replying to a comment from The *real* MONEESHA / April 29, 2014 at 04:04 pm
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PULP: paper art party 2014 was not funded by any government grants and was completely supported by private sponsors and tickets sale. We were able to do this through the wonderful involvement of dedicated volunteers and artists who donated time and effort. Funds raised at the event will be donated to Street Haven at the Crossroads Women Emergency Shelter, in fact residents of the shelter participated in the event and created an installation for it.

This party welcomed guests of all backgrounds and indeed guests of all backgrounds came. We are, however, always looking for ways to improve accessibility for all and if you have any constructive advice I encourage you to email me and start a discussion.

Rotem Yaniv
rotem@pulpartparty.ca
http://pulpartparty.ca/
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