This past weekend was Culture Days in Toronto, in the whole province I think. There was a lot going on at Neilson Park Creative Centre, in all the studios, the gallery and outside in the open: storytelling, kids' activities, yoga, outdoor drawing... and Myseum Toronto, who set up under tents to collect people's stories with and without associated objects which they documented.
The "Myseum" is a fantastic project, worth finding out more about which you can do by clicking here to go to their website. I was one of their "experts"
(their term not mine!) facilitating the sharing and recording of the stories, with the able assistance of others who recorded everything on iPads.
We couldn't have had a more perfect day for it and in addition to all the interesting conversations with lovely people, I was thrilled because they had a table where you could make your own buttons. I have a thing for buttons and have wanted one of those button making presses since I was about nine years old! I call the button above 'Heart is Where the Home Is'.
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