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A Canadian Exhibition at A Space

In this week where even the so-called leaders or our nation have engaged in the debate of Canadian identity and values, A Space gallery is launching a show that will attempt to enlighten us on various levels when it comes to cultural identity in Canada.

Curated by Natalie Wood, I Represent opens Friday evening (the 13th) at A Space and features the work of Michael Chambers, Stephen Fakiyesi, Dana Inkster, Dionne Simpson, Camille Turner and Syrus Marcus Ware.

Sounds like a fine distraction from the Jan 23(doomsday) news on the television... maybe it's just me.


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