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June 15, 2013

Category: Multicultural Attractions

Juanes

8pm. Guitarist and songwriter Juanes is the leading all-Spanish language music artist in the world. He is a Grammy award winner and has won a record-setting seventeen Latin Grammy awards and is often mentioned alongside artists such as Bono and Bruce Springsteen for his belief in the possibility of social change through music.

For tickets: box office at 416-872-4255 or www.masseyhall.com

Venue: Massey Hall — 178 Victoria Street

Juanes
Date: June 15, 2013
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Location: Massey Hall

Taste of Little Italy

June 14 – June 16, 2013. Sample foods from over 45 restaurants in Little Italy for $1-$5. Listen to music from around the world on street corners. Enjoy authentic Italian beer and wine. Admission is FREE. College St. from Bathurst to Shaw.

For more details: www.tasteoflittleitaly.ca

Location: College Street (between Bathurst and Shaw)

Chinese Portraits of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368 – 1911)

The tradition of hosting highly visual exhibitions in the Herman Herzog Levy Gallery at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) continues with Faces to Remember: Chinese Portraits of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368 – 1911). On display at the ROM from May 18, 2013 to February 23, 2014, Faces to Remember features Chinese portraits created during the Ming and Qing dynasties, and comes from the renowned collections of the Museum’s Far Eastern section.

Showcasing a culturally important, but often-overlooked aspect of Chinese art and culture, the exhibition’s portraits are astonishing in their detail and embedded symbolism. The visual appeal of the exhibition’s 25 works – some remarkably large – is enhanced by a number of sartorial and personal accessories, objects carefully selected for their resemblance to those seen in the paintings.

Dr. Ka Bo Tsang, ROM Assistant Curator, Chinese Pictorial Arts, is the exhibition’s curator. She explains, “Portraits are a way to commemorate people, whether known or unknown to us. The portraits displayed in the exhibition, as well as the personal accessories, provide us with a better understanding of the Chinese people of the past, their aspirations and moral values.”

For more details: www.rom.on.ca

Location: Royal Ontario Museum — 100 Queen’s Park