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Apanaki: Oju Olurun

March 7 - May 16
FULL OF BEANS COFFEE HOUSE & ROASTERY, 1348 DUNDAS ST
Toronto, Ontario Canada
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APANAKIOju Olurun OPENING MARCH 7, 4:30p-6:30pEXHIBITION CONTINUES TO MAY 16FULL OF BEANS COFFEE HOUSE & ROASTERY1348 DUNDAS STREET WEST, TORONTORSVP HERE OJU OLURUNThe Oju Olurun series is an exhibition of mixed media works, which was inspired by the Antelope Canyon in Arizona.BIOBorn in Toronto and raised in Trinidad and Tobago, Apanaki Temitayo M is a […]

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APANAKI Oju Olurun

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OPENING MARCH 7, 4:30p-6:30p
EXHIBITION CONTINUES TO MAY 16
FULL OF BEANS COFFEE HOUSE & ROASTERY
1348 DUNDAS STREET WEST, TORONTO
RSVP HERE

OJU OLURUN

The Oju Olurun series is an exhibition of mixed media works, which was inspired by the Antelope Canyon in Arizona.

BIO

Born in Toronto and raised in Trinidad and Tobago, Apanaki Temitayo M is a single mother of three. She is an author, spoken word poet, actor, multimedia artist and teacher. Her canvas compositions are an expression of her Trinidadian heritage and spirituality. Apanaki is currently the CAMH 1st Artist in Wellness. She is currently an Art Facilitator with Workman Arts Art Cart Program and the Textile Museum of Canada, Community Voices Outreach Program. She was the Workman Arts Artist-in-Residence for 2017 – 2018. She has been featured at Workman Arts, Being Scene 18th Annual Juried Exhibition 2019 at the Toronto Media Art Gallery. She has made her international debut at the North Charleston Cultural Arts Department, 9th Annual African American Fiber Art Exhibition: Maya Angelou, with her original artwork, Mama’s Watching in South Carolina. Her New York debut at The Amazing Nina Simone Documentary Film by Jeff Lieberman, with her piece Nina Simone Fragmented. She honored to be the first woman of color to be in the Room Magazine: Woman of Color Issue for 2016 and her commissioned artwork Oshun Blooming was the face of Grow Room Feminist Literary  Art Festival, 2018.  Apanaki currently teaching her art practice at Workman Arts Encore Program for Inpatients, with experience as a facilitator CAMH, Gifts of Light, Workman Arts Art-Cart Program, Toronto East General Hospital, Mental Health Outpatient Clinic, Drop-In Art Class and at Workman Arts, CAMH. Rise Asset Development, helped to support her in becoming the Sole Proprietor of APNKI Designs. Her handcrafts and fine artwork merchandise, soft furnishings and accessories, are all made in Canada. She received an Honorable Mention for 2015, and received the Rise’s Peer Powered EnterpRISEr of the Year Award at the Dr Paul  E.Garfinkel Award for Entrepreneurial Achievement 2015, RISE Asset Development, from Rotman School of Business, University of Toronto, 2015.

Website: apanaki-temitayo-m.pixels.com

For more information contact Visual Arts Manager Claudette Abrams.