Fall 2017 Season: Opening Party

Join us for a FREE party to celebrate the launch of The Power Plant's Fall 2017 Exhibition Season! Be among the first to experience exhibitions by Sammy Baloji & Filip De Boeck, Amalia Pica and Michael Landy, who will produce the third iteration of the Fleck Clerestory Commission Project.

Fall 2017 marks not only the last exhibition season of 2017The Power Plant's 30th Anniversary yearbut also the launch of Creative Time Summit: Of Homelands and Revolution. In addition, Fall 2017 at The Power Plant continues our year of unique programming that reflects upon Canadas 150th anniversary. Visit our website to learn more about the exhibitions and to explore our Fall 2017 programming: thepowerplant.org

Admission is FREE, cash bar available all evening.


Michael Landy wants to collaborate with YOU for his Fall 2017 exhibition at The Power Plant. Submit images, words, slogans or phrases of the things that make you want to either protest or support. Selected submissions will be transformed into pictures of protest and pinned to the walls of the Fleck Clerestory. Submit by 10 September and you might see your own submission at our Fall 2017 Opening Party! Submitting is simple, learn more here: bit.ly/TPPMichaelLandy


As always, MEMBERS can access the party through a dedicated Members' entrance! Bring your Membership card to take advantage of this Members' benefit. Learn more about Membership at bit.ly/TPPmembership.


The Creative Time Summit is an annual convening for thinkers, dreamers, and doers working at the intersection of art and politics. This year's Summit, taking place from 28 - 30 September, invites participants to consider the many-layered political and aesthetic understandings of home alongside social movementsrevolutionary ones at thatwhich have sought to summon a broader dream of social justice. Co-produced with Creative Time and the AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario. TICKETS: http://creativetime.org/summit/toronto-2017/

Fall 2017 Season: Opening Party

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