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Plastic Heart: Surface All The Way Through

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Plastic Heart is an experimental exhibition organized by the Synthetic Collective, produced by the Art Museum at the University of Toronto.

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Plastic Heart: Surface All The Way Through is located at the Art Museum's University of Toronto Art Centre. Access the University of Toronto Art Centre through all south entrances at University College. The southwest entrance is wheelchair accessible.

Due to construction, there is a detour between our two galleries. A map is available on our website.

Don't forget to visit our other location! Alternative Convention: Top Value Television's Four More Years is also on view at the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery through October 9, 2021.

What else is in the area? Check out the new Tree Protection Zone (TPZ) project at Hart House Circle featuring mural-sized works from eight Indigenous artists and collaborators. No tickets required, on view until Spring/Summer 2022.

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The Art Museum at the University of Toronto is a dynamic interdisciplinary arts hub that offers new encounters with diverse artistic and cultural perspectives. 

 

The Art Museum is comprised of the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery (Hart House) and the University of Toronto Art Centre (University College). Located just a few steps apart, the two galleries were federated in 2014 and began operating under a new visual identity as the Art Museum at the University of Toronto, one of the largest gallery spaces for visual art exhibitions and programming in Toronto. 

 

Building on the two galleries’ distinguished histories, the Art Museum organizes and presents an intensive year-round program of exhibitions and events that foster — at a local, regional, and international level — innovative research, interdisciplinary scholarship, and knowledge of art and its histories befitting Canada’s leading university and the country’s largest city.

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