WORKMAN ARTS – Images by Jason Hargrove – |FAT| Fashion Art Toronto 2013 – April 24, 2013 – #FAT2013 – MAD COUTURE CATWALK
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The Mad Couture Catwalk is a runway-style presentation of wearable artwork. It challenges norms and shift boundaries through expression of participating artists’ practices and their individual insights related to mental illness. The project engages dialogue about mental health, addiction and creativity. Each detail is carefully considered and crafted. Each moment of spectacle provides a unique perspective. Humour, heartache, pain, celebration, frustration, and acceptance will confront you through these works of art. Created in collaboration with artist-educator, Elena Soni, the Mad Couture Catwalk features twenty-eight works by ten Workman Arts artists.
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Workman Arts is a proud partner of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. Workman Arts (WA) facilitates aspiring, emerging and established artists with mental illness and addiction issues to develop and refine their art form through its arts training programs, public performance/exhibit opportunities and partnering with other art organizations. As well, WA promotes a greater public understanding of mental illness and addiction through the creation, presentation and discussion of artistic media.
+ + FASHION ART TORONTO
|FAT| Arts & Fashion Week celebrates inventive, pioneering and contemporary expression through 50+ runway shows, live performances, fashion films, photography exhibits and art installations. This annual multi-arts event, held every April, features 200 Canadian and International fashion designers and artists each year and welcomes over 5,000 guests; including buyers, curators, the media, and fashion and art lovers in general.
| FAT | Arts & Fashion Week has a mandate of showcasing artistic disciplines rooted in fashion and their exploration of clothing in today’s time. The festival emphasizes this mandate through the showcase of fashion design, photography, installation, film, video, performance, music and dance, in an effort to push forward and redefine our perception of the fashion phenomenon.
Photos by Jason Hargrove at Make Familiar