The Burn, an interactive installation continues to tour the city at select Toronto History Museums until December 15, inspiring Torontonians to set healing intentions on cedar spheres.
Providing a sanctuary for comfort and care with rituals of intention setting, releasing and letting go, this installation is part of Stronger TOgether, a program for Toronto residents to recognize and reflect on the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Burn was created by multi-talented, award-winning artist Roger Mooking in collaboration with interdisciplinary artist and designer Javid JAH and multi-disciplinary artist and Wyandot Elder Catherine Tammaro.
Tour of the Interactive Vessels
Until June 11
Installation available in the McCowan Log House of Scarborough Museum, located at 1007 Brimley Rd.
Until June 13
Installation available in the Tea Room of Montgomery’s Inn, located at 4709 Dundas St W.
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Until September 10
Installation available in the Visitor Centre of Fort York National Historic Site, located at 250 Fort York Blvd.
June 14 to September 21
Installation available in the Papermill Gallery of Todmorden Mills, located at 67 Pottery Rd.
June 15 to September 20
Installation available in the Baldwin Kitchen of Spadina Museum, located at 285 Spadina Rd.
September 13 to October 1
Installation available in the Coach House of Colborne Lodge, located at the south end of High Park. Accessible from Colborne Lodge Drive. Limited free parking on weekdays. High Park is closed to vehicles on weekends.
September 22 to December 15
Installation available at Gibson House Museum, located at 5172 Yonge St. Accessible from Park Home Avenue.
September 23 to December 15
Installation available at The Market Gallery, located on the second floor of the St. Lawrence Market. Take the elevator or stairs from the lobby.
October 4 to December 15
Installation available at Mackenzie House in the Gallery, located at 82 Bond St.
As a commemoration to the lives lost and affected by the pandemic, The Burn is a collective healing moment fuelled by the power of the people. Love only beyond this point.
– Roger Mooking