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  • DC Art Digest # 4 - The week of May 11 - 17, 2015
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DC Art Digest # 4 - The week of May 11 - 17, 2015

Focusing on TPS 14 - East of Spadina, South of Bloor, West of Dufferin and North of the Lake 

David Crighton Art is an online store with history. Well known in the Toronto, David has been creating iconic personalized landscapes for 40 years. Chose from 24 Collections of Toronto urban art illustrations of historic landmarks, neighbourhoods, Municipal, Canadian Provincial and Federal Government Buildings, Police and Fire Stations, Hospitals, University, college and high school architecture that pull together key locations throughout neighbourhoods, cities and countries.
Thousands have gifted David’s affordable prints that capture special memories of the GTA. Ask us how we can personalize your print. Our “Ready to Hang” option is delivered straight to your door!
Our Digests showcase the Social Media posting that we do through out the week all about the Toronto and Canada that love.  Things to do in the city, special events, social issues that matter, good food, entertainment all ending on a spiritual note.  This is the best of the week! 

May 11, 2015 - #AMA Mondays:  Tell us how you start a commission art work?

NEW ART: Beatles Fan David Crighton whimsical drawing of the Fab Four on Saville Row. 

David and I, like the rest of our generation and generations that came after, love The Beatles.  Their music forms a big piece of our repertoire. David is slowly growing a little collection of Beatles Doodles.  We'll introduce you to them here in our blog and on social media! 

May 12, 2015 - Community Services Tuesday 

 Old and New City Hall, Toronto by David Crighton

BIG DATA: Is it the solution to Toronto's traffic gridlock? Via @insideTOnews ‪#‎davidcrighton‬  Here's an interesting article looking for some answers about traffic gridlock in the GTA.

The artist's view of Toronto's Divided City via @thestar davidcrighton.  Our city and it's social issues through the eyes of our young adults.

May 13, 2015 - Social Action Wednesday

Would you consider a green venue? via @BizBash . Coincidentally, the day before this article was posted, I met @Lise_Snelgrove, one of the founders of @ThisSpaceWorks which lists fabulous work spaces all over the city and makes them available by the hour or by the day - part of the sharing economy!  She was one of the guest speakers @WXN breakfast meeting last week.  

Testimonial:  "Received my prints yesterday and they are wonderful!! Thank you Pamela for such great customer service it is very comforting to know there are still people out there that care about customer relations, you went above and beyond! Thank you. 

Thursday, May 14th - #TBT Throwback Thursdays and Events

Kensington Avenue, Toronto by David Crighton

Just one standout in the "city of neighbourhoods"..

In the more than 180 years since the naming of the city of Toronto, as natural expansion has taken place into today’s proud position as the most populated metropolitan area in the country, distinctive neighbourhoods and districts have steadfastly remained an essential part of the make-up of this great modern city. Read our blog

Are you going to the Journey to Success Conference?

Are you attending the ‪#‎Journey2Success‬ Conference?  If you're a female solo or entrepreneur you will benefit!  May 26th, 2015 - Oakville

I‘m pleased to be one of the exhibitors on Tuesday May 26 at the Company of Women #Journey2Success

Come by and see ‪#‎DavidCrighton‬ ‘s unique illustration of ‪#‎Toronto‬l andmarks and neighbourhoods.


Come see us May 31st at the Kensington Market Art Fiar

 Chances to Win Free Prints!

On May 31 I’ll be at the#KensingtonArtFair. Come and see my collection of unique Toronto cityscapes at Lower Augusta Ave and 77 Nassau St, Kensington Market (It's Pedestrian Sunday's so NO TRAFFIC! :))

We will have a draw for an art print of your choosing that includes Free Personalization!

Friday, May 15th - #TGIF Thank God It's Friday


My stomping grounds are HighPark, The Junction and Roncesvalles. Love @HoleInTheWallTO Indie88Toronto likes this Neighbourhood bar 


Check out Photography in ‪#‎thejunction‬ this weekend May 1 - 31, 2015. Discover ‪#‎Toronto‬. Who did you like best?

Saturday, May 16th - #EverydayisSaturday 

@EverydayisSat: Best Brunch in ‪#‎toronto‬ @mitzis_cafe at Queen and Sorauran @roncesvilage

Drop by Locomotive for a quick bite, coffee or dessert and you'll see my art work!

Sunday, May 17th - Spiritual Sundays

The Nitty Gritty of Transformation

Transformation is often deeply concerning and occasionally deeply disturbing, because it changes the nature of who we are.

Speaker: Rev. Wayne Walder
Leader: Gordon Thorne
Music: Floyd Harriott

Date(s) - Sunday, May 17, 2015
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
NUUC Ratcliffe & Cappuccino


Famous Unitarians - Charles Dickens 7 February 1812 - 9 June 1870 : "The important thing is this: to be ready at any moment to sacrifice what you are for what you could become."

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