Luminato Festival - Take on Me
Tickets & Availability: FREE
TAKE ON ME is the Luminato Festival’s first-ever partnership with PATTISON Onestop, as part of Art in Transit, PATTISON’s ongoing arts and culture program. Videos created by participating Luminato Festival artists will be presented alongside videos from local artists made in response to these works, creating a series that promotes artistic exchange and blurs boundaries. The creative dialogue welcomes international artists to the Toronto Festival and changes the way the audience sees and experiences the city during Luminato.
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ABOUT The Luminato Festival
Luminato Festival is Toronto’s international multi-arts festival for people open to having art change their outlook on the world. For 10 days each June, Luminato Festival transforms Toronto’s theatres, parks and public spaces with hundreds of events celebrating theatre, dance, music, literature, food, visual arts, magic, film, and more.
Luminato Festival is a charitable, not-for-profit, cultural organization whose vision is to commission and present significant local, national, and international programming that reflects Toronto as a crossroads of ideas, cultures and traditions. Now in its 8th year, Luminato Festival has become one of North America’s leading arts festivals. The Luminato Festival runs June 6-15, 2014. luminatofestival.com
Luminato Festival gratefully acknowledges the generous support and vision of its Founding Luminaries, SuperNova donors, and Patron Circle Members. The Festival would not be possible without the support of our Partner in Creativity, L’Oréal Canada. Luminato Festival also proudly acknowledges the support of its Founding Government Partner the Province of Ontario, as well as the Government of Canada, the City of Toronto, and the Ontario Arts Council.
Luminato Festival Partner in Creativity: L’Oréal Canada
Luminato Festival Presenting Partners: Kia Canada, City of Toronto, President’s Choice® black label Collection and Manulife Financial
Luminato Festival Major Media Partners: Toronto Star, St. Joseph Communications, The Globe and Mail and Telelatino Network