Sebastião Salgado Toronto

Radar: A Definition of Awe, Imagining My Sustainable City, Food-Trotting TO, Ferraro at the Horseshoe

PHOTOGRAPHY | A Definition of Awe: Dialogues about Sebastião Salgado's GENESIS
ROM Curator Deepali Dewan gives a tour of Sebastião Salgado's photo project GENESIS, the product of an 8-year expedition to 32 different cities. Depicting landscapes and people that have managed to stay out of reach of modern society, this series of 200 photographs will be the topic of discussion at this special after-hours ROM event. Ticket prices include complimentary hors d'oeuvres before the tour and access to the curated conversations with special guests like photographer David Goorevitch and Evergreen Program Director Stewart Chisholm.
Royal Ontario Museum (100 Queen's Park) 6:15PM $25 general, $15 student/member

ART | Imagining My Sustainable City
No.9 is a group of talented individuals who explore the relationship between art and the environment by working with guest curators and education program managers. Tonight, a collaborative exhibit between No. 9's Contemporary Art & The Environment class and the Toronto District School Board opens to the public in Metro Hall. Imagining My Sustainable City: Appreciating Place and Envisioning a Future Toronto presents student projects that envision and commit to a future landscape based on sustainable practices. The show opens at 5 PM with remarks from the acting director of the Toronto District School Board, Donna Quan; the Associate Director of the Toronto District School Board, Gen Ling Chang; No.9 Executive Director Andrew Davies; and student presenters at 6 PM.
Metro Hall (55 John Street) 5 PM Free

FOOD | Food-Trotting TO: French Baking
Want to learn how to make a simple éclair or Crème Brûlée? Uniiverse offers workshops along with Death Row Meals for Food-Trotting TO, a series of 6 international food events with top Toronto chefs, and tonight's is a lesson in French baking. Michelle Edgar, the brains behind the Distillery District's Sweet Escape Patisserie, will teach a course at Uniiverse HQ with Crème Brûlée, choux pastries and opera cake on the menu. Sign up at and get your best apron ready!
Uniiverse HQ (111 Jarvis Street) 7PM $30


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Photo from the Sebastião Salgado exhibit and courtesy of the ROM.

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