The Doll Project


The Textile Museum of Canada is partnering with Project Sunshine Canada for a new fundraising initiative in support of family-oriented programs at both organizations. Professional artists, designers, and celebrities are creating one-of-a-kind, collectable Surgi Dolls, to be auctioned online and displayed at the Museum on the evening of April 11. 

 

 
DateThursday, March 28, 2019 - 9:00am to Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 9:30pm

Website

biddingforgood.ca/projectsunshinecanada

Location

The Textile Museum, 55 Centre Street,

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Surgi Dolls represent an intersection of healing and creativity through textiles: Project Sunshine gives children blank dolls of diverse skin tones to make their own, to travel with them through their medical journey and provide a sense of comfort and control. By participating in the auction, you could take home your very own collectible Surgi Doll - these art objects are not for hospital use. The auction will culminate in a ticketed event at the Museum on April 11, 7-10 pm, with special guest Sally Siren.

See the dolls at the TMC, 55 Centre Ave, Tues. Apr. 9, 11am-5pm and Wed. Apr. 10, 11am-8pm for free with membership or if you are a friend of MAAD or a doll creator (all OCAD U students are members). The online auction is on now until 9:30pm on Thurs. Apr. 11th. Bid or get tickets at: biddingforgood.ca/projectsunshinecanada

See attached poster for more details.

Photo by: Khadija Aziz, MAAD Student and Community Arts Engagement Coordinator at the Textile Museum.

 

 

DateThursday, March 28, 2019 - 9:00am to Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 9:30pm

Website

biddingforgood.ca/projectsunshinecanada

Location

The Textile Museum, 55 Centre Street,

Calling all alumni entrepreneurs
dolls
Thursday, March 28, 2019 - 9:00am to Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 9:30pm

Surgi Dolls represent an intersection of healing and creativity through textiles: Project Sunshine gives children blank dolls of diverse skin tones to make their own, to travel with them through their medical journey and provide a sense of comfort and control. By participating in the auction, you could take home your very own collectible Surgi Doll - these art objects are not for hospital use. The auction will culminate in a ticketed event at the Museum on April 11, 7-10 pm, with special guest Sally Siren.

See the dolls at the TMC, 55 Centre Ave, Tues. Apr. 9, 11am-5pm and Wed. Apr. 10, 11am-8pm for free with membership or if you are a friend of MAAD or a doll creator (all OCAD U students are members). The online auction is on now until 9:30pm on Thurs. Apr. 11th. Bid or get tickets at: biddingforgood.ca/projectsunshinecanada

See attached poster for more details.

Photo by: Khadija Aziz, MAAD Student and Community Arts Engagement Coordinator at the Textile Museum.

 

 

Venue & Address: 
The Textile Museum, 55 Centre Street,
Website: 
biddingforgood.ca/projectsunshinecanada
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