The Work of Wind: Air, Land, Sea is presented by the Blackwood Gallery, University of Toronto Mississauga in partnership with the City of Mississauga.
This is one of the 200 exceptional projects funded in part through the Canada Council for the Arts’ New Chapter program. With this $35M investment, the Council supports the creation and sharing of the arts in communities across Canada.
Artist Commission Sponsor
The Work of Wind book series is published in partnership with K. Verlag.
The exhibition is made possible with support from our site partners: Bell Media Inc., Clean Harbors, CN Rail, Contrans, Petro Canada, PPG Industries,
Region of Peel
University of Toronto Mississauga
This project would not have been possible without the extraordinary support of the University of Toronto Mississauga. A special thanks to: Amrita Daniere, Ulrich Krull, Kent Moore, Felicia Sciberras, Macarena Sierra, Andrew Stelmacovich, Bryan Stewart, Jane Stirling, Alison Syme, and Nicolle Wahl.
The Blackwood Gallery gratefully acknowledges the additional support of the Jackman Humanities Institute and the University of Toronto Affinity Partner, TD Insurance.
City of Mississauga
The Blackwood Gallery is grateful for the collaborative efforts of the staff at the City of Mississauga who helped make this project happen: Lisa Abbott, Heliya Babazadeh-Oleghi, Sonja Banic, Leya Barry, Kelly Bianchi, Rena Boparai, Mary Bracken, Noa Bronstein, Edyta Brzeziak, Michael Campbell, Norman Cassar, Chloe Catan, Michael Cleland, Jeff Cunningham, Paul Damaso, Frank Fong, Carmen Ford, Mary George, Diane Gibson, Jeff Grech, Laurie Kassabian, Kaari Kingissepp, Kelly Kubik, Julius Lindsay, Callan Long, Ashley Lyons, Tad Makula, Ryerson Maybee, Marco Medeiros, Stephanie Myhal, Lindsay Noronha, Kyle Passmore, Matt Petrie, Meaghan Popadynetz, Christopher Pyke, Craig Pzytula, Kyle Sadowski, Diana Suzuki-Bracewell, Catherine Timoon, Ashley Travassos, Shelley Tsolakis, Michael Tunney, Lisa Urbani, Ed Vasich, Yusuf Williams, Na Yao.
We are excited to be collaborating with The Climate Change Project (City of Mississauga, Environment Division) as they usher in new climate change policy for Mississauga.
Region of Peel
We are grateful for additional project support from the Region of Peel.