Face Up was an interaction with a group of newly arrived students to Greenwood Secondary School in Toronto. The purpose of this project was to creatively integrate the Hungarian Roma students into the wider school population. The goals were to counter disengagement, absenteeism and indifference to formal schooling. MAMC facilitated a novel art-based activity that offered personal relevance through an interactive and lively social encounter.
Eugene Beck, the photographer who has documented all MAMC’s projects, did a remarkable photoshoot of all the students providing wonderful images to work from. MAMC worked closely with each student on a series of self-portraits that reflected their enthusiasm. The result, total buy in and a series of artworks that each student was extremely proud to call their own.
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Making Faces: A Programme at Community Place HubWeston Road, and Mt. Denis, Toronto, 2023
Art Culture & Cuisinewith Community Members from TNO, 2023
Encounters With New MothersPQWCHC Roncesvalles Satellite Site, 2023
Encounters. People Who Identify As FemalePQWCHC Central Site, 2023
Encounters With SeniorsProgress Place and Dixon Hall (Virtual Classes), 2023
Site of Encounters: A Conversation Amongst CaregiversBaycrest@Home (Virtual), 2023
Encounters With SeniorsThe Centre For Spanish Speaking Peoples (Jane Street), 2023
Encounters With LGBTQ+The Centre For Spanish Speaking Peoples (Carlton Street), 2023
Shadows of RacismMAMC and ALPHA EDUCATION, 2022
Site of EncountersA Collaboration With SREMI, 2022
Diary of PlaceA Collaboration With TNO, 2022
Contemporary Connections Pt.1Art Making With Seniors Part 1, 2021
Contemporary Connections Pt.2Art Making with Seniors Part 2, 2021
Shared ExpressionsWith Baycrest@Home, 2022
Women In DialogueCovid19 Response, 2020
Artists In Their KitchenIn The Time of Covid, 2020
Contemporary Connections Pt.3Art Making with Seniors Part 3, 2021
With Thread As Inkwith the Textile Museum of Canada, 2020
Stories Are Our Compasswith The Power Plant, 2019
Drop Swap Shopwith the Evergreen Brickworks, 2020
Women's Creative Narrativeswith support from the TAC & OAC, 2019
Finding Homewith the Aga Khan Museum, 2016
Walls & Barrierswith the ROM, 2010
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