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Nuit Blanche: Queen Street Cartography

According to some, perspective is everything... Tomorrow night at Nuit Blanche, the perspectives of people with disabilities will be on full display at Queen Street Cartography. Curator Jan Derbyshire spoke with Laura about the exhibit. Listen audio (runs 5:48)

Queen Street Cartography can be seen at OCAD University's Open Gallery, 49 McCaul St.

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