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MGH seeks community feedback on art themes for Ken and Marilyn Thomson Patient Care Centre
Michael Garron Hospital (MGH) is seeking feedback from the East Toronto community on art themes for display in the new eight-storey Ken and Marilyn Thomson Patient Care Centre (Thomson Centre).
After MGH published its call-to-artists in late 2021, the hospital received submissions from more than 370 artists.
Until June 30, MGH is seeking community input through a short thematic survey that can be found at tehn.ca/ArtSurvey.
Please feel free to share this survey with your family and friends in East Toronto.
Please note that this survey is not a shortlist. While you may see specific art pieces included in the survey, the aim is to gather feedback about what general art themes the community would like to see inside the Thomson Centre.
While the survey results will help inform selections, the final decision will be made by MGH’s Art Committee, which is comprised of staff and community members and our art consultant, who will take a number of factors into account, including the survey results, the physical spaces, budget and more.
There are eleven questions in this survey and it should take 10-15 minutes total to complete. Thank you for your input!