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    DetroitusMasksII webicon Oct18Nov 2, 2019 – Jan 1, 2020

    About the Exhibit

    These masks are sculptural gesture drawings. By gesture I mean direct, without over-thinking. That doesn't mean they are quick--that flash of response saying this mask wants to have, for instance, a thinner exhaust pipe section requires cutting, bending and welding. Even when that alteration is complete, another may be needed--it may still not feel right. This face wants to be brought into the world and I have to be midwife with an angle grinder and a MIG welder.I work by response and not pre-conceived ideas. These car parts and shovels speak to me—if they stop speaking, I put them away until I find their voice again.

    The impetus to use car parts springs primarily my belief that we’ve lost our landscapes to cars. There are too many of them. We need to wake up and see what we’ve done to our world. We need to ask ourselves if this car-centric world with its risks to our planet, our health and our society is the world we want. Also, because we junk over 12 million cars a year in North America, there are infinite multiples of parts for me to work with--parts that are incredibly complex and beautiful.

    About the Artist

    Jeff Mann received a BA in Fine Arts/Ceramics from Syracuse University and founded a wholesale pottery business with his wife which was their livelihood for twenty years. He then moved into sculpture and has had numerous solo and group shows in the Northeast and Ontario. He has recently been involved in the schools doing mini public art projects with the students. Jeff Mann lives in Kingston and works out of a shipping container at a local flea market.

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    The work of Jeff Mann is for sale. Support local artists. Bring art into your life.

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    Save the date for Black Friday!

    If you've been thinking of joining, there is no better time than November 24 - 30!

    Our Black Friday Week Sale will save you 25% off fitness memberships and select services.

    We're also including some amazing perks to sweeten the deal:
    3 one-hour personal training sessions
    3 Gravity classes
    4 months of towel service
    2 guest passes
    MNjcc gym bag

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    100mezuz SMLOctober 31 – November 27, 2019
    Tues November 5, 2:30 pm guided tour

    Combining contemporary photography and archival research, this original exhibition takes visitors on a journey across Poland with young Warsaw-based artists and Judaica designers, Helena Czernek and Aleksander Prugar. Visitors will receive a behind-the-scenes look at their remarkable project to locate and preserve traces of mezuzot still found on doorposts of homes, gateways and apartments across Poland. They cast a bronze mezuzah from a mold made out of the space left behind by the mezuzah that once hung there. They create meaningful, beautiful Jewish ritual objects for today’s home while commemorating Jewish homes abandoned during the Holocaust. To date, Helena and Aleksander have visited over 70 cities and towns, extending their journeys into Ukraine, Belarus and Romania. The exhibition highlights a handful of the more than one hundred mezuzot they have created under the banner of their company, MI POLIN. Discover MI POLIN’s surprising and inspiring story of making Jewish art in Poland today.
    Co-presented by The Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre, Fentster and The Sarah and Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre. Generously supported by the UJA Kultura Collective.

    See other events around the city by Mi Polin on The Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre website, and see other Holocaust Education Week events at the MNjcc here.

    RemembranceDay2019 webiconNovember 11, 2019
    11:00 am

    Members, guests and patrons inside the building are asked to observe 1 minute of silence in honour of Remembrance Day.

    an illustrated collage of pastel coloured baked goodsMonday, November 25, 2019

    Join us in the lobby from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm and help us exceed our goal of raising $6,500 for the United Way. IT'S A PIECE OF CAKE!



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