You Are a Good Apple
YOU ARE A GOOD APPLE is a free public event, co-presented by Ontario Culture Days and the Toronto Biennial of Art, to taste unusual and historic apple varieties and learn about community orchards. The event inaugurates ORCHARD, a public art project commissioned by the City of Mississauga, made up of unusual, old, and eccentric apple trees. The work expands ideas of public art, and seeks to foster enduring connectedness to land, plants, food and one another.
This event is part of the province-wide exhibition DO BLUE BUTTERFLIES EAT PARTS OF THE SKY?, curated by Dave Dyment and commissioned for the occasion of Culture Days’ 10th Anniversary. This exhibition is made possible thanks to generous funding from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund and the Province of Ontario.
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