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< Ian Leventhal

is a Canadian sculptor, artist and designer who is best known for his numerous commercial works that adorn and define restaurants, hotels, libraries, malls, schools, cafes, hospitals and banks from Toronto to Jerusalem. He was honoured with a UNICEF award for his contribution to the arts in Canada, and in 2003 was presented with the Queens Jubilee medal for his initiative “The Gift of Friendship”.

www.ianleventhal.com

< Sara Levine Petroff

With an extraordinary background in both Fine Arts and Interior Design, Sara combined her passions and skills as the curator and artistic director of the highly successful and renowned Petroff Gallery in Toronto for over 20 years. Sara sold the gallery to return to her love of interiors.  By refocusing her extensive curatorial experience, knowledge of global contemporary art, architecture and interior design Petroff Design creates inspiring solutions for residential and corporate environments. Recognized for her highly trained eye, enormous attention to detail, her work has symbolized the marriage between design and fine art, transforming rooms into inviting and livable spaces. 

www.petroffdesign.com

Tiana Roebuck >

  is a Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist and educator. She is currently the Manager of Artist & Community Activation at The Theatre Centre, and a Child and Youth Instructor at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Previously she produced the Education & Community Outreach programming at the Luminato festival and is a former Artist-in-Residence and teacher in the Craft Studio at Harbourfront Centre. Tiana holds a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and a MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan. Her art practice, based in traditional craft techniques and traditions, includes digital media, animation and installation.



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