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Luminato - Toronto Festival of Arts + Creativity

June 10, 2011 – June 19, 2011

111 Queen Street East, Suite 502
Toronto, Ontario


416-368-3100; infoluminato.com

Type: Fair/Festival

Web site: http://www.luminato.com/2011

Events: http://www.luminato.com/2011/date

Description: Now in its 4th year, Luminato is an annual ten-day celebration of the arts where Toronto's stages, streets, and public spaces are infused with theatre, dance, classical and contemporary music, film, literature, visual arts, and design.

Luminato embraces three key programming principles: collaboration, accessibility, and diversity.

- Luminato embraces artistic collaboration - creating unforgettable moments by bringing together artists from different cultures and genres. The festival encourages local, national, and international artists to discover unprecedented creative expressions through unexpected partnerships. The Luminato staff, led by CEO Janice Price, partners with the Luminato Artistic Committee, as well as the arts leadership of the City of Toronto, to shape the programming offered at the Festival.

- Luminato's hallmarks include free widely accessible events, and "accidental encounters with art." Festival-goers are invited to participate, explore, and celebrate their own creative spirit.

- Luminato embraces and celebrates Toronto's cultural diversity, and recognizes that creativity flourishes when cultures join together in a spirit of tolerance and respect.

Luminato is designed to showcase Toronto's bustling downtown core and the cultural renaissance transforming the city's renowned concert halls, galleries, museum collections, and performing arts companies. Luminato brings Toronto's light to the world, and the world's light to Toronto.

Added by: MichWasHere  Contacted: Not contacted  Venue ID: 42531


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