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Clear Eyes, Full Hearts: Artwork by Elana Wolff

Elana Wolff

Elana Wolff

Artwork by Guernica author Elana Wolff will on display at the 8th Annual Global Health Conference between May 4 and May 16, 2010. Also on display will be artwork by Marisol D’Andrea and Mimi Shao, and photography from Africa’s Children – Africa’s Future.

Clear Eyes, Full Hearts: Social Responsibility Today
Talking Walls Exhibition Space
Hart House [map]
University of Toronto
May 4 – May 16, 2010

Presented in conjunction with the 8th Annual Global Health Form, this exhibition aims to explore the different modes of social responsibility in our society today; the relevance of social responsibility to global health as well as the role art can play within social responsibility. Stone Lobby Student Curators (SLSC) is a student group at the University of Toronto that collaborates with the Centre for International Health (CIH) to organize art events on campus addressing global issues throughout the year with the intention of exploring the links between the Arts and Sciences.

If you want children to keep their feet on the ground, put some responsibility on their shoulders.

Abigail Van Buren

Clear Eyes Full Hearts

Photograph by Gerry Kopelow. Man-Pop Festival, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 29 August 1972

Elana Wolff is the author of You Speak to Me in Trees, published by Guernica Editions.

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8th Annual Global Health Conference
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY:
GLOBAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
in conjunction with the
Stone Lobby Student Curators Exhibition
proudly present an exhibition of student and community art
Clear Eyes, Fu ll Heart s. Socia l Responsibil it y Tod ay
Talking Walls Exhibition Space, Hart House, University of Toronto
Opening May 4. Runs through May 16
Participating Artists
Marisol D’Andrea, Mimi Shao, Elana Wolff &
photography from Africa’s Children-Africa’s Future www.ac-af.com
If you want children to keep their feet on the ground, put some responsibility on their shoulders.
~Abigail Van Buren
Presented in conjunction with the 8th Annual Global Health Form, this exhibition aims to explore the different modes of social
responsibility in our society today; the relevance of social responsibility to global health as well as the role art can play within social
responsibility. Stone Lobby Student Curators (SLSC) is a student group at the University of Toronto that collaborates with the
Centre for International Health (CIH) to organize art events on campus addressing global issues throughout the year with the
intention of exploring the links between the Arts and Sciences.

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