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Progressing Human (In)Security
Fri, 31 March 2017, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
Join us for an exciting evening as art and politics come together.
The NATO Association of Canada will be holding an art exhibition showcasing unique and interpretive paintings, drawings, and photographs of various artists from Toronto and beyond, aiming to make audiences question whether or not we have made any progress in the fight for human rights, peace and security.
The event will also feature a speaker, PhD candidate James Poborsa from the University of Toronto. He will be speaking about human security, photojournalism and the role of documentary work in representing the history of conflict and social unrest/activism.
There will be free food, coat check, a cash bar, and live music featuring The Braeden Kloke Quartet.
All drink purchases from the bar go to The 519, an agency of the City of Toronto and a Canadian charitable, non-profit organization that operates a community centre providing services to the LGBTQ community.
ALL TICKETS COME WITH A FREE DRINK!
GET ADVANCE TICKETS BEFORE MARCH 31 @ 12PM. NON-DISCOUNTED TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR. Prices detailed below to be charged AT THE DOOR:
Student NAOC Members: Free
Adult NAOC Members: $12
*Please note that we will be checking for student ID and NAOC membership
The AGO has provided us with the generous donation of a voucher good for four general admission tickets to the Art Gallery of Ontario. With your purchase, your name will be entered into a raffle to win this voucher valid March 31 2017 to March 31 2018. The winner will be announced at the event. Good luck!
This event is open to everyone and we encourage you to bring friends and family to share this experience!