Thursday, 4 June 2020
Pre-Party from 7pm – 9pm
Power Ball Party from 9pm – Late
The Power Plant presents a collection of sensory shocks, perceptual distortions and acoustic experiences, stuck together with safety pins. Power Ball: AURAL SECTS is a celebration of the visually loud, the non-conforming and the unexpected that will maraud your mind with sound and moments of reverent silence.
AURAL SECTS explores sonic movements and moments that exist on the fringe and butt heads with the mainstream. The evening will pair visual art activations with acoustic experiences to incite conversations around subversion, DIY practice and how art contributes to resistance.
Join us for an evening of unique art installations, performances, cocktails and more—all in support of the ambitious exhibitions and programming at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery.
About Power Ball
From its inception in 1999, Power Ball has thrived as an ambitious fundraising event that provides vital funds for exhibitions and public programs at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery. The party has since set the standard as one of the most influential and vibrant art galas in Toronto, fulfilling The Power Plant’s vision to influence and refresh the mainstream for international contemporary art.
Power Ball Committee
The Power Plant Circle of Contemporaries
About The Power Plant
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery is Canada’s leading non-collecting, public art gallery dedicated exclusively to contemporary visual art from Canada and the world. Since its beginnings in 1987, the gallery is a vital forum for the advanced artistic culture of our time that offers an exceptional facility and professional support to a diverse group of living artists while engaging equally diverse audiences.
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery
231 Queens Quay West
The Power Plant is located at the bottom of Lower Simcoe, South of Queens Quay.
An underground parking facility is located directly in front of The Power Plant, visit Harbourfront Centre’s website to find out more about parking rates and other parking locations.
From Union Station, board the 509 or 510 streetcar to Harbourfront Centre. For detailed route schedules visit the TTC website.
The Power Plant strives to make contemporary art accessible to all of our visitors; therefore, the gallery is wheelchair accessible, including a designated restroom. If you have any questions in advance of your visit or require assistance, please call 416.973.4949 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.