Lost and Found Spaces: Buildings, Cities, and the Stories They Tell

Thursday, February 16th, 2012 — 7:00 pm
Kiever Synagogue, 25 Bellevue Avenue, Toronto

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Be a part of a lively evening exploring the lost and found stories of spaces across Toronto and Montreal. Inside the dazzling historic sanctuary of the Kiever Synagogue in Kensington Market, three leading figures rediscovering forgotten spaces will join in conversation moderated by the The Globe and Mail’s award-winning architecture critic, LlSA ROCHON:

SHAWN MICALLEF, editor of Spacing Magazine and author of Stroll: Psychogeographic Walking Tours of Toronto

SARA FERDMAN TAUBEN, author of the new book, Traces of the Past: Montreal’s Early Synagogues

DAVID KAUFMAN, filmmaker and architectural photographer whose portfolio of the buildings of Montreal’s early synagogues is featured in “Traces of the Past”

Cost: $5 at the door

Followed by a reception with light refreshments, live music, and a book signing!

PLUS: a special exhibition of David Kaufman’s photographs of synagogue buildings and city spaces on view for one weekend only.

Presented by Makom: Creative Downtown Judaism together with the Kiever Synagogue, celebrating their 100th anniversary.

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