The Power Plant

Mixed-Media Art & Design with Nadijah Robinson

Wed Jan 21 2015

12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Toronto Kiwianis Boys and Girls Club in Regent Park

Nadijah Robinson. How To Go Home (a lie), mixed media collage on wood, 22x18 in, 2014. Photo courtsey Sandra Brewster.

Power Youth Artist-in-Residence, Nadijah Robinson presents a new project to a brand new community. Our Lives Matter introduces the youth of the Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club in Regent Park to a variety of mixed media art and design projects. Through collage, graphic design and mural art youth will explore social justice, dignity, love for community and what makes our lives matter. This extended program will culminate with a final exhibition and reception at the Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club, Mile & Kelly Nadal Centre on 17 June, 2015.

More about Nadijah Robinson

Nadijah Robinson is a Toronto based multidisciplinary artist inspired by resilience, justice, and the infinite. Robinson received her BFA from the University of Ottawa and her BEd from OISE, University of Toronto. Through her practice that includes mixed media collage, textile art, graphic design and community engaged art, she is continually rewriting herself and her communities into history and in the process redefining history itself. This September, she became the first appointed Power Youth Artist-in-Residence.

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Program Dates
Wednesday Nights
21 January - 17 June, 2015 (extended program) | 5-7 PM