by carl wilson

T-Dot Thrillz: The Centre for Culture & Leisure

From Brian Joseph Davis and Emily Schultz:

The Centre for Culture and Leisure No. 1, 83 Elm Grove, Unit 102, Toronto: A project and exhibition space in Parkdale. In the exhibition space: Godard: Genre X 2, an interactive video installation by Philip Monk, until November 2. Offsite: Pocket Game, a public work by the Gaming and Tourism Commission. (Pick up a pocket-game map at the Centre to find your way to the last remaining moose statues to collect souvenirs installed by the Tourism and Gaming Commission.) Opening party (with free field trip!), Thursday, October 12, 7 p.m., Join us for the opening of the CCL1 and for the launch of Pocket Game. Doors are at 7 p.m. At 9 p.m. the Gaming and Tourism Commission's Carolyn Tripp will be leading a field trip on-bike for any interested parties, to three locations while providing commentary and insight into the Commission's very first project.

About the Centre for Culture and Leisure No. 1
Created by Brian Joseph Davis and Emily Schultz, The Centre for Culture and Leisure No. 1 is a rough-hewn project and exhibition space located ten steps south of Queen West on Elm Grove Avenue. It is not a collective or rental gallery but a place where artists and curators have been invited to explore and experiment for free with new art practices, media work and projects. Whether they create solo exhibitions, group shows or present their own works, is completely up to them. Our aim is to provide a fluid, public space for play.

We will only be open for one year. Upcoming artists include: Dave Dyment, Darren O'Donnell, Jon Sasaki, Chandra Bulucon and Katie Bethune-Leaman. There will also be numerous one-night events, readings and ________.

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