Talking Walls Exhibit

Hart House

Talking Walls Exhibit

Historical photo of sculptures in the QuadAn interactive exhibit exploring the history of Hart House as a space where change happens.

“Talking Walls” is an on-going series of informal exhibit spaces staged throughout Hart House. It seeks to build understanding and awareness by giving voice to challenging and engaging documentary images.

Throughout our 100th Anniversary year, Hart House is amplifying our always engaging Talking Walls initiative. From May 2019 to April 2020, three exhibit spaces will be continually programmed with unique audio/visual exhibits programmed by Hart House’s Day Milman to illustrate how Hart House has changed, is changing and will continue to change over the next 100 years. The exhibit will highlight issues, identities and perspectives of students, community groups, members of the University community and those from the public interested in fostering dialogue through their work.

A launch reception will be announced at a later date.

May–June 2019

1st floor: Takaronto
2nd floor: 100 Years of Campus Life
Fitness Centre: Change Room Project

September–October 2019

Main Floor Hallway:
Change Happens Here
September 8–November 30, 2019
Curated by Day Milman

Fitness Centre Hallway:
What Are You Becoming
September 8–October 13, 2019
Curated by Day Milman

Lower Gallery:
Not Behaving Like Ladies
September 8, 2019
Curated by Day Milman

Second Floor Hallway:
What I Wish I Knew: Peer Wisdom
September 8–October 13, 2019
Curated by Day Milman

November 2019

Second Floor Hallway:
Re-imagining Place: The Hart House Centennial Art Commission
November 3–December 7, 2019
Curated by The Art Museum

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