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CANADA: Two Local Art Exhibits in Honour of World AIDS Awareness Week (Ontario, Canada) (11.14.2013) Aids Weekly Plus reported that two art exhibits will be on display in the Durham region of Ontario, Canada, in honor of World AIDS Awareness Week. The exhibits will showcase the work of local artists at two Durham galleries. “A Link in Time,” which includes a wall display of 100 photos and stories, will be on display November 23–December 5 at Robert McLaughlin Gallery at 72 Queen Street, Oshawa, Ontario. All are invited to a reception on November 30 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., which will feature a community service awards ceremony by the AIDS committee and a performance by Toronto’s Singing Out choir. “A Shift in Time,” made up of photographs focusing on individuals living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, will be on view November 30–January 5 at the Station Gallery at 1450 Henry Street, Whitby, Ontario. The gallery will hold an opening reception on November 30 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.


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