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READING THE CINEMATIC CITY: WORLD FILM LOCATIONS FLORENCE AND TORONTO

On the occasion of the publication of the book World Film Locations: Florence (Intellect Books), the Istituto Italiano di Cultura presents Reading the Cinematic City: World Film Locations Florence and Toronto, a panel with editor Alberto Zambenedetti and contributor Luca Somigli, Fiona Luck and Kevin Harrison, contributor and photographer to the World Film Locations: Toronto

MICHELANGELO'S SCULPTURES THROUGH THE LENS OF AURELIO AMENDOLA

The 37 black-and-white photographs of Aurelio Amendola capture in unexpected ways the sensuality and tragic force emanating from the statues carved by Michelangelo. His lens seems to coincide and overlap with the sculptor’s eye at the moment of observing the different angles of the marble surface. From the Dying Slave of the Louvre, to the statues of Sagrestia Nuova of San Lorenzo, to the Pietà Rondanini of Milano, to the Crouching Boy of St.

Christmas Family Fun at the BSM!

Santa's dropped some early presents off at the BSM so kids can have some shoe-themed holiday family fun at Toronto's favourite shoe box! Kids are invited to create a one-of-a-kind reindeer sock puppet, decorate a mini stocking for the tree and make their very own elf shoe fridge magnet. Included with museum admission.

Sukkot After Dark

Feed your art and soul! End Shabbat under the stars with a musical rooftop Havdalah and art party where the harvest of Sukkot is your medium.
This Sukkot, you art what you eat. (Bring an instrument if you play.)

Co-presented with Makom: Creative Downtown Judaism, Shoresh Jewish Environmental Programs, Holy Blossom Temple and Congregation Beth Torah.
Saturday, October 11 | 8:15 – 10:30 pm (Doors open at 8:00 pm)

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