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November 24, 2014 6:00 pm
We are pleased to announce that we are planning a special SVP partner networking and education event to be held at the amazing new Toronto Aga Khan Museum on Monday, November 24th from 6pm-9pm.
To register, please click on this link: https://svptorontoatagakhan.eventbrite.ca
The evening features local regional cuisine as well as two terrific speakers. It will be a terrific opportunity to connect with your fellow SVP partners before the busy holiday season starts. Guests are also welcome however seating is limited to 85.
In order to help cover costs for the dinner, tickets will be sold for $50/pp for partners and $75/pp for all non-partner guests. The Eventbrite link will be posted shortly but if you are planning on attending, please let us know!
In case you have not heard of Toronto’s newest cultural institution, here is a bit of information about the venue:
The Aga Khan Museum, the 4,370-square-metre chiselled white form, opened to the public on Thursday. Clad in Brazilian granite, it houses the collection of the Aga Khan, the imam of the Ismaili community, in a structure designed by the Japanese architect Fumihiko Maki. Across an ensemble of pools and trees stands the Ismaili Centre, a mosque and other community offices designed by Charles Correa, the dean of Indian architects, who collaborated with Le Corbusier decades ago on the modernist buildings of Chandigarh in India.
Read more: http://www.thenational.ae/arts-lifestyle/art/the-new-aga-khan-museum-in-toronto-is-an-oasis-of-calm-and-reflection#ixzz3GsqQPqdV
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