Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion, have the right to marry and have a family.
Album, A New Mosaic Project - Presented by Friends of the Pan Am Path, Red Dress Productions, Arts Etobicoke, and Amnesty International Toronto. Design by Anna Camilleri.
An Intersection of Human Rights and Community Arts for The Pan Am Path
Album is a permanent public artwork for The Art Relay based on Article 16 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Connecting human rights and community arts, Album seeks to challenge society’s views of family and athleticism.
The Pan Am Path is an 83km trail connecting Toronto’s communities; an active-living legacy of continuous path for walking, running, biking and wheeling. The Art Relay takes community artists from across the city to animate and activate sections of the trail.
Founded in 2005, Red Dress Productions (RDP) is a Toronto-based, not-for-profit, professional arts company that creates and disseminates interdisciplinary art and performance projects and works with/in communities on community engaged public artworks. RDP is particularly interested in the relationship between community narratives and urban public space.
Friends of the Pan Am Path is an independent community-led non-profit organization that initiated the creation of the Pan Am Path. As the largest Host City Program, Friends of the Pan Am Path has been mandated by Toronto City Council to bring the Path to life through arts, culture and sport and will establish a legacy that continues to grow beyond the 2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games.
Dundas Street West Bridge
Located on the Humber River Trail under the Dundas Street West bridge, near the intersection of Old Dundas Street and Lundy Street