Located in the metropolitan city of Toronto, Canada, the Museums After Modernism Symposium will be held at the Harbourfront Studio Theatre, in the Harbourfront Centre.

Harbourfront Events during Museums After Modernism

Dancemakers Performances

fifty-one pieces of silver by Marie-Josée Chartier (April 23-27, 2002)

In fifty-one pieces of silver, a new full-evening work for Dancemakers, guest choreographer Marie-Josée Chartier sets a silvery stage of sculpture, sound, space and texture -- a landscape in which the dancers are the powerful, physical force interacting with, and within, a still life full of its own mystery and meaning. This exciting creation will incorporate both a sculptural installation, designed by Chartier, and an original contemporary score. The synthesis of Dancemakers' extreme physicality with Chartier's visually captivating, sculptured aesthetic promises to be an extraordinary dance event - not to be missed.

Box Office: 416 973 4000 Single ticket price is $20; students, seniors & CADA $12
To order online: www.harbourfront.on.ca/tickets.htm


Power Plant: Bruce Mau Design: Three Moving Projects, 1991-2002 - Evan Penny: L. Faux and No One - In Particular

Uncommon Objects: Relax this is not a test VIII - Opens April 26 - June 9/02 An exhibition of work by 20 high school students from the Toronto District School Board who took part in a series fo workshops in the Craft Studio in February 2002.

York Quay Gallery: Roundabout: A Curatorial Collaboration - opens April 27 - July 7/02; 7 Canadian photographers (part of CONTACT 02)

Case Studies: Whereabouts - opens April 27 - July 7/02 This exhibition circumnavigates the world through the lens of 8 Canadian photographers. Each vitrine contains a documentation fo the journey to that image.

Photo Passage: Ho Tam: Passages The Company of Men - opens April 27 - July 7/02 Toronto artist presents 2 bodies of work Passages consists of still images of women and children filmed in the New York Subway. The Company of Men presents stills taken from filming business men travelling thorough the underground passages of Tokyo.

Directions to Harbourfront Centre:

By Car: From Lakeshore Boulevard, all downtown exits access Queens Quay West and Harbourfront Centre.

By TTC: Take 509 or 510 streetcar from Union Station

A Lot for Less: Harbourfront Centre has lots of parking at rates as low as $8 per day. Enter the parkade via Lower Simoc Street.

Toronto links of interest

Harbourfront Centre: www.harbourfront.on.ca
Globe and Mail: www.globeandmail.ca
Toronto Star: www.torontostar.ca
Slate Art Guide: www.slateartguide.com
City of Toronto: www.toronto.com