Polish Artwalk

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Polish Artwalk
Featuring works by:

Luke Tomas Bednarek
Laura Bydlowska
Marta Chudolinska
Joanna Dabrowski
Maria Flawia Litwin
Ania Machudera
Ella Dawn McGeough
Dorota Nierzwicka
Andrew Pawlowski
Nina Wodzinska

Artworks installed at various host businesses along Roncesvalles, including Mabel’s Bakery, Phila Optical, Roncesvalles Hair Salon & Skin Care, Stasis Preserves, Pollocks Home Hardware, In Home Kitchen and Bath Boutique, Revue Cinema, Scooter Girl, Cookery and Green Light District.
For full map and artist information, see polishartwalk.com

In its first year, the Polish Artwalk aims to increase visibility of Polish art and culture at the 2015 Roncesvalles Polish Festival. Boosting the reputation of the Polish Festival as a cultural festival and attracting new audiences to the Roncesvalles area, the project pairs local businesses with Toronto-based artists of Polish heritage to create temporary exhibitions and installations throughout the neighbourhood from September 14-20th.

Throughout the Polish Artwalk, contemporary artists engage with questions of history, ancestry, and society, embracing both internal landscapes rich with personal narrative, and national landscapes that straddle nature, industry, and culture.

Maps to self-guide through the Artwalk are available at all host businesses, throughout the week leading up to the Roncesvalles Polish Festival on September 19th & 20th.

The Polish Artwalk is made possible by lead sponsor Mabel’s Bakery.
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