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LS3 is an ecologically friendly art school that offers a variety of courses, workshops, art exhibitions, and events for all ages throughout the year. LS3 nurtures personal creativity with its eclectic programming, supportive atmosphere and the guidance of professional artists. LS3 offers a broad range of classes and activities – see their website for details.
“Do not plan, do not think, do not judge, just feel, create and express. The miracle is yours.” — Luc Bihan, creator / director of LS3
Showing in the LS3 Gallery
Gallery open hours: Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 6pm, Sundays 12-5pm (May 20 – June 10 only)
- Permanent exhibition of Luc Bihan (clay sculpture), Cheryl Lobe (pottery) & Gary Smith
- Zone X Hub: May 20 – June 9, 2012, Ongoing
Throughout the duration of the Art of the Danforth festival, LucSculpture will act as a gallery space and hub for Zone X. The space will feature gallery pieces of the Zone X artists: Dan Bazuin will be showcasing his Smash photograph series documenting assemblages of ephemera that have been flattened and transformed by trains. Stephanie Avery will be highlighting framed photographs from her Abandonments series, which are also wheat-pasted through the Danforth neighborhood. The Pocketology Collective will invite pocket ambassadors to record their own pocket stories and drop it off at their “mailbox”. Drawings inspired by the Danforth neighborhood from the students of R.H Macgregor school involved in the Mammalian Diving Reflex project These are the People in Your Neighborhood will also be exhibited.
Special Events during AoD
Drumming Circle Friday June 1, 7:30 – 11pm
Meet the practitioner – May 27th at Yuri’s Village (3rd floor of LucSculpture). Come visit Yuri’s Village Naturopathic Clinic and meet a variety of your local holistic practitioners! You will have a chance to ask questions, get healthy snacks and refreshment, and also to win some health services and products!
Zone X Culminating Party – June 9, 2012; 6:30 – 10:00 p.m.
Zone X of the Art of the Danforth will culminate in an lively celebration taking place on Saturday, June 9th from 6PM – 10PM. The Pocketology Collective will be showcasing a one-time sound installation of the pocket stories recorded through the festival from Danforth residents. Accompanied by grilled cheese sandwiches, there will also be an exclusive screening of the documentary capturing the process behind the “These are the People in Your Neighborhood” project. Come join the artists, participants and kids involved in the Zone X projects for food and drinks, live music, and performance art.
For a full list of activities and more information, visit lucsculpture.com or come drop in Monday to Thursday 10 am to 10 pm and Friday to Sunday 10 am to 5 pm