Sunday, 16 May 2021 | 2:00 p.m. EDT
A Virtual Group Photo Exhibition by Chinese Canadian Photographic Society of Toronto Members
Opening Remarks: Mr. Justin Poy, Honourary Patron, Asian Heritage Month-CFACI
The Chinese Canadian Photographic Society of Toronto, established in 1976, is a not-for-profit organization with 130 members. Their mission is to explore the art of photography as our expression to support multiculturalism. Our members participate in professional activities and events to make their contributions to society.
The group exhibition showcases 54 members’ photos selected from various club competitions in the past 10 years. The virtual group exhibition is divided into four parts. Part 1 to 3 present photographic realism (wild life and street photography) and artistic impression (special artistic effect photography and night scene photography). Part 4, entitled Kensington Market, playing seamlessly as an engaging video, is comprised of photos contributed by a group of photographers. Digitally edited to infuse passion, rhythm and music into the still photos to transform Toronto’s old landmark location for immigrants into a lively colourful community for all in the twenty-first century.
The virtual presentation also includes photographers briefly sharing their creative vision and key techniques used in the award-winning photos. There will be two Q&A for the audience to participate.
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Chinese Canadian Photographic Society of Toronto; Asian Heritage Month—Canadian Foundation for Asian Culture (Central Ontario) Inc.; Toronto Public Library; York Centre for Asian Research, York University; Asian Institute at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto; York University; Richard Charles Lee Canada Hong Kong Library, University of Toronto; Chinese Canadian Photography Society of Toronto; WE Artists’ Group; Social Services Network; Cambridge Food and Wine Society; Fête Chinoise
Asian Heritage Month Festival is partially funded by the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. Asian Canadian Artists in Digital Age is funded by Canada Council for the Arts Digital Strategy Fund