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710, 2019

Leslieville artist Carolyn Pack to exhibit in Italy

Leslieville artist, Carolyn Pack, to exhibit in Bellini Museum in Florence, Italy

Carolyn Pack is a painter specializing in oil painting in Toronto. Combining figurative realism with an expressive vision her paintings range from high realism portraiture to semi abstract that expresses the beauty of nature and of man  She has exhibited locally and at the Justine Barnicke Gallery, Hart House, U of T, Gallery Hittite, the Heliconian Club, the Society of Canadian Artists and the St. Lawrence Centre.

“I am a fine artist, oil painter. I’ve lived in Leslieville for thirteen years. You may recognize me, I’m around. While I’ve lived at Booth Ave and Queen through this time I’ve developed my art career, exhibiting locally and this summer I was invited to exhibit my oil paintings in the La Pigna Gallery in Rome and, in December will be exhibiting in the Bellini museum in Florence. With work and tenacity it’s incredible to advance to become an international artist while living in Leslieville!”

On invitation from curator Rosi Raneri, Pack’s paintings were on display at the La Pigna Gallery located in Rome’s Papal District, in the “Over the Realms of Dreams” exhibition earlier this September. Raneri said, “I really admire her work.”

Having been well received at La Pigna, Pack has received invitation to participate in the Contemporary Art exhibition at the prestigious Luigi Bellini Museum in Florence Italy coming up 14-21 December 2019.

In this opportunity of a lifetime, Pack hopes to inspire, encourage and nurture other artists to produce beautiful work that changes the world.

 

310, 2019

JUST LISTED! 68 Broadview Avenue Loft 222 – Broadview Lofts

Welcome to 68 Broadview Avenue Loft 222 at Broadview Lofts

Once home to a Rexall Pharmacy warehouse, in 2006 The Sobara Group completed repurposing this iconic building into the most coveted loft conversion in Riverside. From the brick exterior with classic black trimmed warehouse windows, to the cage style elevators, to the historic décor in the front lobby, everything about 68 Broadview pays tribute to its history.

Loft 222 is absolutely incredible. Upon entry you are immediately impressed by the expansive open concept living and its spacious, airy feel. With over 1000 square feet of interior living space and a walk out balcony featuring double sliding doors, the outdoor space truly acts as an extension of the unit. The generous square footage and customizable floor plan allows for numerous potential options to meet many different needs.

True to the definition of a hard loft, this home features polished concrete floors, exposed ducts, and towering 10’5” ceilings. The floor to ceiling windows offer impressive westward city skyline and courtyard views and allow for plenty of natural sunlight to flood this residence throughout the day.

The building offers security/concierge, a beautiful roof level amenities room, and a spacious common rooftop deck with unbelievable city views. Located just minutes from the DVP, Gardiner Expressway, and 24 hour TTC, this loft conversion is perfect for any commuter. Move in and enjoy all of the shops, restaurants, and bars that trendy Riverside and Leslieville have to offer!

Further photos & info: www.68Broadview.com

List price: $929,900

MLS #: E4597058

3009, 2019

The Flick – an Annie Baker play

Catch The Flick in Leslieville throughout October

The Flick
Grab a bucket of popcorn and settle in for Annie Baker’s three-hour, Pulitzer-winning dramedy, The Flick. Baker’s super-size play focuses on a trio of bored, brainy millennials stuck in low-wage purgatory as ushers at a crumbling movie palace. As their day of drudgery unspools, the gifted American playwright deploys her naturalistic style to reveal their dreams and delusions. For this Toronto premiere, immersive-theatre specialists Outside the March team up with Crow’s Theatre to turn the latter’s Leslieville venue into a classic cinema.
In this Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece by Annie Baker (The AliensJohn), three ushers navigate life making $8.25/hour, as they attend to the last 35mm film projector in town. Hailed by The Guardian as “a love letter to the theatre”, The Flick is a hilarious and heart-rending cry for authenticity in a fast-changing world.
After Outside the March’s explosive, Dora Award-winning production of Jerusalem at Streetcar Crowsnest, Outside the March and Crow’s Theatre join forces to transform the theatre and lobby into The Flick Cinema, for a must-see immersive event.
October 6 to 27, Streetcar Crowsnest.

Click here for full details and tickets

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