With a Federal election underway and Canadians going to the polls on October 19th, there is an uncharacteristic surge of passionate discussion taking place across Canada. The majority of Canadians desire a government that better reflects our values and priorities. We want our humane, generous, just and peaceful Canada back. We want our freedom of speech and democracy back. 

Something to Think About’s inaugural project VOTE is an exhibition of text-based works by some of Canada’s most talented artists and designers. All of the works speak subtly or overtly to a desire for change; for leaving the past behind; and for freedom of expression and democracy. 

VOTE is intended to inspire hope, and to encourage people to participate in the democratic process at a critical moment in our collective history. 

 

VOTE

An exhibition of text-based works by Canadian artists and designers.

Sept 18-Oct 18, 2015

 


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Limited Edition VOTE Posters

VOTE Poster 1
30.00

– Dimensions: 27.5" X 19.75" / 70cm x 50cm
– Fits IKEA RIBBA frame size 27.5" X 19.75" / 70cm x 50cm
– Original screen-print (fluorescent yellow & black)
– Paper: 100% Cotton White, 270gsm/100lb Cover
– Designed by Sali Tabacchi
– Posters can be picked up at the gallery until Oct 18.

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VOTE Poster 2
30.00

– Dimensions: 27.5" X 19.75" / 70cm x 50cm
– Fits IKEA RIBBA frame size 27.5" X 19.75" / 70cm x 50cm
– Original screen-print (fluorescent yellow & black)
– Paper: 100% Cotton White, 270gsm/100lb Cover
– Designed by Sali Tabacchi
– Posters can be picked up at the gallery until Oct 18.

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Add To Cart

Two-way interview with authors Mark Kingwell and Molly Sauter


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