My Voice, Through My Lens is a photography exhibit by Aphasia Institute clients, Garfield Alexander, Alex Lazar, and Tita Tubil.
Under the direction and supervision of Judith Leitner, Visual Arts teacher and Co-founder of the Toronto Heschel School, the artists, who live with aphasia, are learning the art of self-portrait photography. As they make images, the artists give voice to their thoughts, emotions and reveal their stories. The program was developed in a communicatively accessible format, and was designed to address communication barriers and the physical challenges related to stroke.
June 2 – 7