Until July 25
The Brain Project is back!
Allen Lambert Galleria
The Brain Project is back for a third year!
The Brain project is a large-scale exhibit that brings brain health, art and imagination to the streets of Toronto. On display in the Allen Lambert Galleria until July 31.
The Brain Project is back for a third year with a new look and a new batch of talented artists, including world-renowned EDM artist Steve Aoki, Cailli and Sam Beckerman, Hate Copy, Maxwell Burnstein, Doug Schwartz, BirdO and others, whose art pieces will be displayed across the city this summer. The project aims to raise over $1 million this year, adding to the $2.3 million raised to-date. Funds support brain research, patient care, education and innovation at Baycrest, a leader in the field of aging and brain health.
The 2018 collection will feature brain sculptures designed by artists, celebrities and thought-leaders from across North America. The artwork will be on display throughout the summer from July 4 to August 31, 2018 at various locations in Toronto including the city’s iconic Nathan Phillips Square, The Distillery District, Brookfield Place, Union Station, First Canadian place and other popular landmarks.
For more information on the artists and where you can spot brains in the city, visit The Brain Project’s website brainproject.ca