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Art With Heart

Support innovative HIV/AIDS care at Casey House

Art With Heart

Support innovative HIV/AIDS care at Casey House

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When
October 19, 2021 6:30 PM EDT to 10:00 PM EDT
Where
Online broadcast

Art With Heart 2021

Art With Heart, presented by TD Bank Group was a fantastic success. The auction raised over half a million dollars for judgement-free health care at Casey House, Ontario’s HIV specialty hospital. Thank you to everyone who helped make the event a success.


Good news! There are a few Limited Edition Dana Claxton prints left.  There were only twenty-five produced so purchase yours here while you still can. 

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2021 Limited Edition

Dana Claxton

Lasso Easy Rider

2021

archival print- framed, signed and numbered

24” x 15”

Edition of 25

 

$3000 each

 

COURTESY OF

the artist

 

SPONSORED BY

Urbacon

 

WITH IN-KIND SUPPORT FROM

ABC Photo Ltd. and Superframe


Available for purchase here

ARTIST STATEMENT

Straddling a chopper bicycle decked with a buffalo skull and a parfleche, a supernatural traveller fixes his gaze on the infinite distance, prepared to ride. His gleaming hair flowing from a cowboy hat adorned in beadwork, the rider is covered in cultural belongings, roping together traditional NDN aesthetics with hip-hop sensibilities. Referencing the 1969 film Easy Rider while evoking the boundless landscape of the Great Plains, Claxton’s cinematic vision invites viewers to journey through the past, present, and future.

 

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Dana Claxton is an acclaimed international exhibiting artist who works in film, photography, video, and performance art. Her practice investigates Indigenous beauty, the body, the socio-political and the spiritual. In 2020, she was awarded the Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts and the Scotiabank Photography Award. Her work is held in private and public collections at the National Gallery of Canada, the Vancouver Art Gallery, and the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Claxton is head and professor in the department of art history, visual art and theory at the University of British Columbia, and is a member of the Wood Mountain Lakota First Nations of Saskatchewan. 

Curatorial Conversations

Learn more about the collection, listen to conversations amongst members of the curatorial committee.


Patrons' Circle Membership

Art With Heart Patrons’ Circle membership supports the artistic practice of Canadian contemporary artists, supports innovative HIV/AIDS care and entitles you to exclusive benefits.


Patrons’ Circle members are guaranteed sought after tickets to the auction, access to Canada’s top emerging and senior artists, and are first in line to purchase the limited edition.


2021 Patrons’ Circle membership benefits


As a member of the Patrons’ Circle you are in good company! Members of the Art With Heart 2021 Patrons’ Circle include:


Benefactors: $2500+

Elaine Kierans and Shawn McReynolds

Ed Lee and John Burns

Dan Menchions and Keith Rushbrook

Robin Steenburg

The Toby family

Adam Morrison and James Owen

Geoff Rawle and Andrew Park

Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario


Advocates: $1500-$2499

Anonymous

Sharon Au and Jonathan Bright

Simon Clements

Tony D’Addario

Samuel-Sanford Family

Jane Martin

Susan Mullin and Cathy Mann

E. Llana Nakonechny

Stanley I. Griffin

Stephen Voisin and Dr. Gregory O'Donohue

Steven Baum

Jennifer Simaitis and Stefan Hancherow

Turner and Porter Funeral Directors Ltd.

Kathleen Ramsay

 

For questions about the Art With Heart Patrons’ Circle or to join contact Tracy Hatten 416.962.4040 ext. 4003.

To learn more about Casey House, please visit our website.


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Organized by
Casey House Foundation
Casey House is unlike any other hospital. We are a specialty hospital in Toronto providing ground-breaking care to people living with and at risk of HIV. Together with our clients, staff, peers and volunteers, we strive to create an inclusive environment where everyone feels safe. We offer a growing mix of inpatient, outpatient and community-based services that meet clients where they are in their individual journeys of health and wellness. Building on a legacy of advocacy and social justice, we actively dismantle barriers to care and safe living. We provide a community and sense of belonging that connects people to care. The humanity of each client is at the heart of everything we do.
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