• Thu Mar 30 2017
  • 7:00 pm

  • Main Hall
  • Humans of the North: The People of Canada

Humans of the North: The People of Canada

Humans of the North: The People of Canada
an Interactive Art Event & Fundraiser Celebrating Canada 150
proceeds supporting SKETCH Toronto & The George Brown Foundation
Thursday, March 30, 2017
in The Great Hall’s Main Hall
7 pm to 11 pm | 19+
Tickets online $25 General admission | $20 Students (with ID)
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In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, welcome to Humans of the North, an interactive art event showcasing Canadians and their stories through portrait photography.

Sharing the diverse, beautiful, heartbreaking and inspiring stories of Canadians from across Canada, we celebrate our history as a multicultural nation.

These are not just photos. This is not just a showcase. These are our stories.

With an impressive repertoire of covers under her belt, Julia Tomlinson’s single “Do With Me” has reached #27 on the Top 50 Viral Canada and #6 on the New Music Canada lists on Spotify.
#2 on BlogTO’s “10 Up and Coming DJs in Toronto


  • Interactive art installation, reveal at 10 pm
  • Portrait photography showcase and sale
  • Silent auction
  • Raffle prizes
  • Food station, passed hors d’oeuvres and cash bar

www.humansofthenorth.ca | #HumanOTN | Facebook @humansotn | Twitter @humansotn | Instagram @humansotn

SKETCH Toronto is celebrating its 20th year of providing creative training initiatives for street-involved, homeless and at-risk youth. Their model of youth engagement enhances both practical and transferrable skills, while serving as a conduit for increased wellbeing and social and civic participation. Participants have endorsed the SKETCH model as an effective and life-affirming approach to surmounting the constraints and stigma of poverty, homelessness and marginalization.

The George Brown Foundation
George Brown College is committed to providing the highest possible calibre of education to its students and to making its programs accessible to all. The Foundation helps the College achieve this goal by raising money to support student success through scholarships and bursaries, as well as through larger initiatives that strengthen the College’s ability to offer programs for specific industries and professions.