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Ron Thom and the Allied Arts explores the enduring legacy of Ron Thom, one of Canada’s greatest architects, arguably our Frank Lloyd Wright. Focusing on the most exciting period of Thom’s career (1947–1972), the exhibition presents a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at his masterpieces and how ceramics—with his reverence of the Mingei folk craft movement—became essential to his total design aesthetic.
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An interactive theatrical experience that invites participants to participate in short plays that take place in, and have been inspired by, the galleries of the Bata Shoe Museum.
The first exhibition in North America to explore the history of the sneaker from the 19th century through to today.
The Hot Docs Festival features 197 documentaries from 43 countries, opening with the international premiere of The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz.
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