The Brain Project is back.
Now in its second year, the large-scale public art exhibition will feature 100 brain sculptures, each designed by internationally recognized artists, personalities, and thought-leaders including famous Canadians Peter Mansbridge, John Mann, Kurt Browning, and more.
On display throughout the city, the exhibit sponsored by Telus Health and curated by Sandra Ainsley (Sandra Ainsley Gallery), Sabrina Hahn (Hahn Fine Art) and Alissa Sexton (Bau-Xi Gallery), aims to raise awareness for brain health and diseases like Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia and will see corporate donations already totalling more that $1.3 million go towards brain health research and care provided by Baycrest Health Sciences.
The Brain Project
When: July 11 to August 31
Where: See the sculptures at notable Toronto landmarks including The Distillery District, Nathan Philip Square, The Drake Hotel, Bau-Xi Gallery, Gardiner Museum, Union Station, First Canadian Place, MaRS Discovery District, Brookfield Place, and more.
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