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About Andrew Adams:
After his first trip to India, Andrew Adams decided to dedicate his creative talent to supporting the children in India and joined Asha Canada. This project focuses on making education possible for these children. The most significant aim of this creative project is public awareness for the economic impact upon the children, who are India’s future.

 

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About Farhad Nargol-O'Neill:
Farhad Nargol-O'Neill's art has many and varied influences, including his Catholic spirituality, mnemonics, a mixed Irish/Zoroastrian parentage, knowledge of justice and community, music, and observations regarding the relationship between object and place. For him, art is the means by which all those things that exist in human nature and the natural world find their truest expression.

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About Che Kothari:
Che Kothari's photography is centered around portraits captured in such a way that each photo seems to unfold the life story of his subject. Kothari has worked with an impressive list of celebrities including Canada’s K-os, and international musicians such as Buju Banton, TI, Common, and Talib Kweli.  His is heavily involved in humanitarian and community work

 

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About Ornamenting the Ordinary: Crafts of South Asia:
Discover the beauty of ornament. Learn about the artistic styles, craftsmanship and craft traditions of South Asia's many culturally diverse regions. This newest addition to the roster of travelling exhibitions also explores the interaction between South Asia and the rest of the world, and how this interaction affected the craft industries.

Artist Walkway

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Inspired by South Asia’s depth of colours, sights and emotions, all woven together as a beautiful tapestry, these featured artists bring to life their vision of South Asia through paint, sculpture and photography.

 

Featuring works by Andrew Adams, Farhad Nargol-O'Neill, Che Kothari, and ROM’s Ornamenting the Ordinary: Crafts of South Asia.

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