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“A tale of Two Cities” Art Exhibition 2015

February 27, 2015
“A tale of Two Cities” Art Exhibition 2015

Date: February 27, 2015 6-9pm Location: Arta Gallery, 14 Distillery Lane, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4 Hosted by and Emerging Young Artists and Celestial Vault Media at the Arta Gallery in the Distillery District, the initiative was established to affirm and include aspiring young artists; in the innovative and globally engaged art culture of Toronto.In a time of rapid global changes, the theme of A Tale of Two Cities explores modern life struggling between the roots of our past and the constant interruption of our present. This year’s exhibition introduces 23 emerging artists on the issues of interconnectedness and migration through their depictions of cities that are deeply engraved into memory and identity. Through the works of 23 artists, Emerging Young Artists presents a montage of experiences encompassing a global perspective viewed through the lenses of young visionaries today.Consistent with our values, and 2015’s exhibition theme: A Tale of Two Cities, Emerging Young Artists values individual perspectives, embracing diversity and inclusion at various intersections such as discipline, race, gender, orientation, age, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status.The majority of the showcasing artists currently reside in Canada, but many began their artistic pursuits in places such as China, Bangladesh, and Nicaragua. Most have lived their lives in places very different from their birthplace. While art will bring them under one roof, they are from all walks of life: accomplished engineer, outdoor enthusiast, or full-time mother. Drawing from their experiences, they have depicted all kinds of places, from impressionable bustling metropolitans to backcountry forests, using…

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2116: Art of Leverage

January 15, 2016
2116: Art of Leverage

2116: Art of Leverage Twelve artists with different cultural backgrounds – from Saudi Arabia to India, Cuba to Venezuela, China to Canada – are featured in this multi-media exhibit.

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“A World Away” Canadian-Chinese Indie Music Concert

April 9, 2016
“A World Away” Canadian-Chinese Indie Music Concert

Organized by Emerging Young Artists Inc. and Art Calorie, “A World Away” – CHINESE & CANADIAN INDIE MUSIC CONCERT, is a unique framework that fuses Chinese and Canadian culture in the form of a cross-cultural, indie music concert. The event is part of the China-Canada 2015-2016 Year of People-to-People and Cultural Exchange Program, approved by the Consulate-General of the People’s Republic of China in Toronto. The concert celebrates various artists’ creations inspired by the culture of their upbringing. The concert also promotes artistic innovation, cultural dialogue and divertisty, and crossover-fusion. Ultimately, A World Away Concert is designed to produce hopes, dreams, and inspirations that fuel social development and cultural exchange. The concert adds fresh voices and artistic diversity to Canadian society.

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“A tale of Two Cities” Art Exhibition 2015

February 27, 2015
“A tale of Two Cities” Art Exhibition 2015

Date: February 27, 2015 6-9pm Location: Arta Gallery, 14 Distillery Lane, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4 Hosted by and Emerging Young Artists and Celestial Vault Media at the Arta Gallery in the Distillery District, the initiative was established to affirm and include aspiring young artists; in the innovative and globally engaged art culture of Toronto.In a time of rapid global changes, the theme of A Tale of Two Cities explores modern life struggling between the roots of our past and the constant interruption of our present. This year’s exhibition introduces 23 emerging artists on the issues of interconnectedness and migration through their depictions of cities that are deeply engraved into memory and identity. Through the works of 23 artists, Emerging Young Artists presents a montage of experiences encompassing a global perspective viewed through the lenses of young visionaries today.Consistent with our values, and 2015’s exhibition theme: A Tale of Two Cities, Emerging Young Artists values individual perspectives, embracing diversity and inclusion at various intersections such as discipline, race, gender, orientation, age, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status.The majority of the showcasing artists currently reside in Canada, but many began their artistic pursuits in places such as China, Bangladesh, and Nicaragua. Most have lived their lives in places very different from their birthplace. While art will bring them under one roof, they are from all walks of life: accomplished engineer, outdoor enthusiast, or full-time mother. Drawing from their experiences, they have depicted all kinds of places, from impressionable bustling metropolitans to backcountry forests, using…

Read more

2116: Art of Leverage

January 15, 2016
2116: Art of Leverage

2116: Art of Leverage Twelve artists with different cultural backgrounds – from Saudi Arabia to India, Cuba to Venezuela, China to Canada – are featured in this multi-media exhibit.

Read more

“A World Away” Canadian-Chinese Indie Music Concert

April 9, 2016
“A World Away” Canadian-Chinese Indie Music Concert

Organized by Emerging Young Artists Inc. and Art Calorie, “A World Away” – CHINESE & CANADIAN INDIE MUSIC CONCERT, is a unique framework that fuses Chinese and Canadian culture in the form of a cross-cultural, indie music concert. The event is part of the China-Canada 2015-2016 Year of People-to-People and Cultural Exchange Program, approved by the Consulate-General of the People’s Republic of China in Toronto. The concert celebrates various artists’ creations inspired by the culture of their upbringing. The concert also promotes artistic innovation, cultural dialogue and divertisty, and crossover-fusion. Ultimately, A World Away Concert is designed to produce hopes, dreams, and inspirations that fuel social development and cultural exchange. The concert adds fresh voices and artistic diversity to Canadian society.

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