I had the honour of being a curator for The Brain Project this year. Read more about The Brain Project below, and explore the brains in public spaces across Toronto
SEE 100 SCULPTURES INSPIRED BY 33 BILLION NEURONS.
The TELUS Health Brain Project is a large-scale outdoor exhibit that brings brain health, art and imagination to the streets of Toronto. In 2016, The TELUS Health Brain Project launched its inaugural exhibit across the city to start a public conversation about brain health and bring awareness to diseases like Alzheimer’s.
As The TELUS Health Brain Project returns for its second year, one hundred artists from around the world will transform blank brain sculptures into beautiful, energetic and thought-provoking pieces of art. The sculptures are sponsored by corporations and philanthropists, and will be displayed in more than 15 locations around Toronto and the GTA.
Funds raised through the project are donated to Baycrest Health Sciences, a global leader in brain health and aging.
Learn more about Baycrest and the impact of funds raised through The TELUS Health Brain Project.