The Interpretive Centre
Through arts, culture, and storytelling, the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre aims to interpret the natural and built heritage of the Lakeshore Grounds and to engage the surrounding community through exhibitions and cultural programming. We focus primarily on themes of education, mental health, Indigenous Heritage, environmental sustainability, and civic engagement.
We are operated by Humber College, under the Office of the Principal, Lakeshore campus and the Faculty of Social and Community Services.
Read more about us in our 2019-2023 Strategic Plan.
Our Logo Story
A unique symbol of the area, the Passenger Pigeon connects perspectives and stories of the area and embodies the human/nature interaction and symbolizes possibility of redress through knowledge of our histories.
The echoes of Passenger Pigeon wing beats that once filled the Lakeshore Grounds have long been silenced by the passage of time, but the legacy of the bird continues as a symbol of the relationship between people and the natural environment in complex and multifaceted ways.
Meet the Team
Current Advisory Board Members
Senior Dean, Faculty of Social and Community Services and Principal of Lakeshore Campus.
Manager, International and Strategic Initiatives, Faculty of Social and Community Services.
Dean, Education Training Solutions
Manager, Indigenous Education and Engagement.
Arts Manager and Program Coordinator Arts Administration & Cultural Management, Faculty of Media and Creative Arts.
Professor, Media Foundations, Faculty of Media and Creative Arts
Community member, Registered Psychotherapist
Community member and Interpretive Centre Intern (2019-20)
Acting Community Cultural Coordinator, City of Toronto
Economic Development & Culture, Arts Services
Community member, artist, and long-time volunteer with the Interpretive Centre
Community member, and long-time volunteer with the Interpretive Centre
FOSS representative, and Community Member
The Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre Advisory Board is working to respond directly to the ongoing systemic racism that is inherent in the arts and culture sector by actively creating spaces for BIPOC representation at the leadership level. We are strongly committed to leadership opportunities that reflect the diversity of our students, our communities, and our city. We believe that diversity makes us stronger.
This is a volunteer position. No experience is required. Download the full description by clicking the icon.