Leslieville Gallery Crawl


OCAD U Gallery Club will be going to the Leslieville Gallery Crawl

 
DateSunday, October 20, 2013 - 5:00pm

Location

Between Carlaw and Leslie Queen St. East Toronto, Ontario

All are welcome!

OCAD U Gallery Club will be going to the Leslieville Gallery Crawl.

Meet in front of Aboveground Art Supplies at 12:30 p.m. OGC will be taking a street car over so bring your transit pass or fare. See you there!

ABOUT OCAD U GALLERY CLUB (OGC):
The OGC is a group for students to explore the Toronto Art World. Together, the group will visit multiple sites including galleries, museums and studios. The group will engage in discussion post-visit in order to further connect our students with the GTA’s art and design community.

Find out about this and other OCAD U student-run clubs: www.ocadu.ca/students/campus_life/student_groups.htm

 

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DateSunday, October 20, 2013 - 5:00pm

Website Location

Between Carlaw and Leslie Queen St. East Toronto, Ontario

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Leslieville Gallery Crawl
Sunday, October 20, 2013 - 5:00pm

All are welcome!

OCAD U Gallery Club will be going to the Leslieville Gallery Crawl.

Meet in front of Aboveground Art Supplies at 12:30 p.m. OGC will be taking a street car over so bring your transit pass or fare. See you there!

ABOUT OCAD U GALLERY CLUB (OGC):
The OGC is a group for students to explore the Toronto Art World. Together, the group will visit multiple sites including galleries, museums and studios. The group will engage in discussion post-visit in order to further connect our students with the GTA’s art and design community.

Find out about this and other OCAD U student-run clubs: www.ocadu.ca/students/campus_life/student_groups.htm

 

projectgallerytoronto.wordpress.com/news/

 

ocadugc@gmail.com

Venue & Address: 
Between Carlaw and Leslie Queen St. East Toronto, Ontario
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