That’s Women’s Work Arts Network present Gallery GRAND OPENING ft. paintings by Joelle Circe

Saturday, April 20, 2013 - 23:10 to Sunday, April 21, 2013 - 01:10

That’s Women’s Work Arts Network


The Opening of That’s Women’s Work
Arts Network Gallery

The opening of our Feminist Women's
Gallery Space called Art. House. Gallery.

Featuring the oil paintings of Joelle

Free, BYOB

On Saturday April 20th, 2013 7pm –

Located at 719 St. Clarens Ave,
Toronto, Ontario M6H3X2


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Transit Instructions

Nearest Subway Lansdowne station- 11
minute walk North on Lansdowne to Lapin Ave. Turn RIGHT on Lapin walk
1/2 block to St. Clarens walk north to 719 St. Clarens.


Or take Bus from
Lansdowne Station towards Dupont to Lapin and Lansdowne. Go right on
Lapin to St. Clarens then go north (or turn left onto) St. Clarens to




This show will be up until May 10th,
2013 if you are a V.I.P Member you can call for a personal viewing
(647) 343-9438

All public welcome to stop by Tuesday
through Saturday 12 noon till 6pm.




Art. House. Gallery
719 St. Clarens Ave.
Toronto , ON
43° 39' 55.9944" N, 79° 26' 41.0712" W
Ontario CA
Michelle van Looy

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