Jumblies multi-year project, Grounds for Goodness - an artful exploration of how and why people sometimes behave in good ways towards each other - will enjoy a residency at the Small Arms Inspection Building from February 12th to 27th, 2022. Find out more by clicking here. Ange Loft and our Talking Treaties team are creating a book - the Treaty Guide for Toronto - and a new dance film (Dish Dances), both to be launched at the 2nd Toronto Biennial of Art in Spring 2022. A new multi-year project, blue skies, red earth & tall pines, led by Sharada Eswar, is also underway. The Ground Floor will open up again in the spring for public and community activities, including a residency with Miranda Bouchard from April 25th to May 7th. Please contact us to find out how to take part, what else is coming up, or just to say hello: firstname.lastname@example.org. Heartfelt thanks to funders who generously and flexibly supported us through the pandemic, including: the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Trillium Foundation, Toronto Foundation, Hal Jackman Foundation and Metcalf Foundation!
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