Toronto gets set to celebrate the “Gorgeously Flawed” at Power Ball 8!
Power Ball 8, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery’s annual fundraising event that brings together the who’s who of Toronto’s contemporary arts and culture worlds - is set to turn heads again this year with “Gorgeously Flawed”.
Power Ball 8 will be held on Thursday, June 1, 2006 at The Power Plant at Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. Power Ball 8 will awe guests in inventive and electrifying ways. Contemporary art, music, film and fashion will fuse in dynamic settings to reflect various interpretations of “Gorgeously Flawed”, pillared on the idea that beauty stems from imperfection.
“Think: ‘Kate Moss on the Rocks’,” says Gregory Burke, Director of The Power Plant. “This year we are taking it up yet another notch at Power Ball 8 to reflect in, dare I say, shocking ways, the vitality of contemporary artists - it’s strongly connected to what we do year-round at The Power Plant by showcasing some of the world’s best and most thought-provoking works.”
Each year, The Power Plant opens its doors to Toronto’s, and indeed Canada’s taste leaders who support the gallery’s annual exhibition and educational programming schedule through this unique fundraising event.
WHEN: Thursday June 1, 2006 (doors open at 8:30 pm)
WHERE: The Power Plant, 231 Queens Quay West, Toronto
TICKET PRICE: $160 (includes drinks and hors d’oeuvres)
CALL: 416.973.4000 (Tues–Sat, 1–8 pm)
VISIT: Harbourfront Centre Box Office, 235 Queens Quay West (Tues–Sat, 1–8 pm)
Media Contact: Candice Best - firstname.lastname@example.org or 416.525.1332
The Power Plant Contact: Mina Cicconi - email@example.com or 416.973.4927
Co-Chairs Paul Bain, Suzanne Cohon and Marcus Doyle, and Power Plant Director Gregory Burke available for interviews
The Power Plant is located at 231 Queens Quay West, Toronto. Open Tuesday to Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. and Wednesday until 8 p.m. (free on Wednesdays after 5 p.m.). Admission is $4 ($2 students and seniors), children and members free. For exhibition and tour information, the public can call 416-973-4949 or visit www.thepowerplant.org