The TELUS Health Brain Project is a brain health initiative that's co-chaired by Ben and Jessica Mulroney, and Erica and Noah Godfrey.
By featuring the artwork of a number of different artists across the city of Toronto, The Brain Project aims to spark conversations surrounding diseases that impact one's mental state, such as Alzheimer's and Schizophrenia. By bringing awareness to such conditions, The Brain Project helps to decrease the stigma that surrounds them and informs the public on what can be done to support those who live with them.
Those interested in checking out the 100 sculptures that will make up The Brain Project's 2017 initiative will be able to see them from July 11th until August 31st. All of the sculptures will be available for purchase, with all proceeds going towards Baycrest Health Sciences to support brain health research. .
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