Gallery & Artists
In the Gallery:
Tiny Mighty Heroes asks what makes a person, or an act, heroic.
Artworks in photography, painting, and sculpture explore how a child’s perceptions of and relationships with heroes develop through imagination and play. This exhibition also looks at alternative representations of heroes in popular culture, and celebrates unsung and everyday acts of courage.
Hospice Toronto Young Carers Program
Astra Zenica (2nd Floor)
The Timeless Project
The Timeless Project aims to spark a conversation and shift mindsets regarding how ageing and female beauty is framed and learning to celebrate every phase of life.
1st Floor Exhibition Cabinet
make yourself at home
An experimental installation translating poetry into copper wire soundwaves; an act of storytelling without the words.
2nd Floor Exhibition Cabinet
Audrey Joyal’s master needlepoint rugs and objects encompass over 20 years of creation. Joyal’s great attention to detail and passion for the craft has led her to reach almost celebrity status within the miniature community.
Bold abstract paintings contemplate spiritual and unseen forces through colour, line, gesture and expression.
2nd Floor Showcase Cabinet: Works from LAC Community Courses and Camps
2nd Floor Hallway: Artworks from Iona Secondary School, Gr. 12, Digital Arts
2nd Floor Hallway: Trung Tran, paintings
3rd Floor Hallway: Photography exhibitions from our adult Community Courses
3rd Floor Hallway: Photographs of Artists at work representing what our Resident Artists do at the LAC
3rd Floor Hallway: Artwork by children made during Summer Camp 2019