City Life Captures of Toronto

City Life Captures of Toronto takes you on a journey of Toronto, through a different lens.

Type of Exhibition: Art

Toronto is one of the most exciting places in the world. From the countless attractions to the diverse cuisine, this bustling city has something for everyone. City Life Captures of Toronto takes you on a journey of Toronto, through a different lens. The series of photographs invites you to pause and take in the inner beauty of the city. Each individual whose work is showcased within this exhibit has a true passion for the art of photography. Furthermore, they have mastered how to show extraordinary moments in rather ordinary settings, and captured the essence of Toronto.


The Disability/Visibility Photography Project is an arts-based program created for young adults between the ages of 18-30 who identify with the lived experience of disability, with an interest in learning about the art of photography. Together, alongside the mentorship of local Toronto photographer, Effie Biliris, participants developed their individual photography knowledge and skills, which culminated in this gallery show. Over the course of the 8-week program participants, individually and collaboratively, had the opportunity to explore disability, identity, and community in-person in various locations throughout the city.


If you have questions or would like to purchase any of the artwork, please contact Deanna Di Lello, Coordinator of Adult Art and Culture.

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date:

October 3, 2022

End Date:

October 31, 2022

MnJcc opening hours

Downtown Toronto

750 Spadina Ave. (at Bloor)
Toronto, Ontario M5S 2J2


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