I would like to mention again an exhibit that I discussed earlier called Sacred Space at Harbourfront (235 Queen's Quay West). The gallery has contributions by architectural firms that allow us to interactively explore the meaning of sacred space. It is AWESOME. And free, which is always a bonus. Atheists, run not. There is nothing religious per se about this experience, unless one wants it to be. Highly recommend it. Sacred Space, unlike the Power Plant which always seems to be closed, is open til 8pm many nights and runs through September 7th.
Just wanted to highlight Maihyet Burton's store Lilith as it has changed location since I last mentioned it. This funky clothing (et. al.) store is now in Studio 103 of the Case Goods Building of the Distillery District, 55 Mill St. And Buttoons buttons are still being carried there! She and partner Denis Taman Bradette also have a very funky thing going on with the Warmings Project , part artistic endeavour, part environmental/social activism which assumes a post apocalyptic language and visual reference for Ontario should our land be decimated by our climatic abuses. They express this creatively through their photography and imagined mythology. I'll let her blogs express it better : "The hope is to voice the urgency of climate change through the development of a body of work that interconnects art, design, sustainability, education & literature....On 150 acres of scarred, previously clearcut land in Hunta, 100km north of Timmins, they plan to develop a Refuge for t