Special Exhibits: Community Arts and Cultural Works

photo of the rainbow house and ghandi

Rainbow House Project

​Watch an old, run-down house transform through the healing power of art! Forty-four art panels created by artist Laüra Hollick to cocoon an old house with creative, healing love.

​Laüra Hollick creates global art projects in collaboration with her company Soul Art Studio Inc., to circulate love around the planet and inspire people to create their lives as art. She is an award-winning artist, creative spiritual entrepreneur and lover of the Earth. BRAVO TV created a documentary about ​Laüra called ‘The Artist’s Life- Laüra Hollick.’ She has hosted and produced over 500 radio shows for 93.3 FM CFMU.

On display: September 2017 - The project can be viewed on the 1st Floor of Central Library in the Living Room area.

Gandhi: Life in Colour

​This photo exhibition presents the life and work of the historic figure of Mahatma Gandhi through rare photographs. Gandhi scholars, historians, photo experts and graphic designers joined hands to turn black and white photographs into colour images, thus making them true documents of history.

Mahatma Gandhi worked for India's independence from British rule. A social reformer, he taught the world the eternal values of love, truth and non-violence.

On display: September 23 to October 21, 2017 - The project can be viewed on the 1st Floor of Central Library.


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