Special Announcement: Hard Knock Leadership will be launching pop up exhibits highlighting the work of Sid Naidu Photography. The exhibits will be featured as part of the programming for the Ryerson University Live2Lead student run summit this weekend.
February 28th 2014 – March 2nd 2014 at Ryerson University (Toronto, Canada)
These exhibits have been created to provide a cultural exchange in a public space and engage audiences in work covered by the HKL initiative. Two curated collections will be featured during the student leadership summit and will pull from works both local and global.
Hard Knock World
It’s a hard knock world for us where the road less traveled will let you walk through shared realities that we face as humanity. Off the beaten path, our identity has become one with this land, where every culture can be embraced by sharing the similarities that make us different.
The “Hard Knock World” series is a compilation that pulls from my photography works across the world. It highlights a global village faced with hard realities that we share as humanity. This work is dedicated to the road less traveled and the beautiful people that I have met along the way
Inside Out: Culture
We are more than a lifestyle, we are a culture, we are people. Toronto is home, home to me, home to many. A multicultural mosaic of where the world meets. A community where identities can sometimes clash but where we can collectively create change as humanity.
“Inside Out: Culture” was created in support of the Inside Out Project by JR, a 2011 TED prize winner who challenged the boundaries of our world through art. Through portraiture, he provided communities with a voice to share their messages. This work is dedicated to cultural diversity that connect us as a campus community.
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