Intriciti | IMAGO
On Being HopefulBeauty & Brokenness
DATE: March 31, 2021
TIME: 12:00 P.M. to 12:45 P.M. Eastern Time
Hope is not cancelled but is a sustaining presence in an uncertain world. In this final session, we will discuss how hope needs to be part of our strategy and how best to keep hope alive despite uncertainty and chaos.
The session will conclude with a Live Q & A.
Alana Walker Carpenter
John Franklin has served as Executive Director of IMAGO a Toronto-based arts initiative since 1998 and was formerly professor of philosophy at Tyndale. His current work is at the intersection of faith, art and culture. He is an Adjunct Professor of the Divinity faculty at Trinity College University of Toronto and has taught in the area of theology and the arts. He is currently overseeing Crossings a major public art exhibition focusing on Stations of the Cross – to take place in Toronto in Lent of 2022 -March 2 – April 14.
For 30 years, Timothy has been sculpting large scale sculptures in bronze with his works installed worldwide. His most reputed pieces are permanently installed in historical locations in Rome and the Vatican. His series of bronze sculptures highlighting the homeless in the context of Christian/Judaeo values, have been installed in every continent. In 2019 Pope Francis installed his monumental migrant sculpture “Angels Unawares” in St. Peter’s Square, the first sculpture to be installed in St. Peter’s Square for centuries.
Although most of his work is based upon a spiritual theme, he also creates large, complex public sculptures in bronze. Timothy created the first monument in Canada to honor the women workers during WW2 and the first monument in Canada to celebrate the veterans of all wars Canada fought in.
His work also includes the Ontario Gordon Lightfoot Sculpture Park and the Indigenous/ French Meeting Sculpture Park. Timothy Is currently working on the Dante Sculpture Park, sculpting 100 cantos of the Divine Comedy for Florence in celebration of 700th anniversary of the poet in 2021.
Chairman & CEO | Founder
Scott is Chairman, CEO and founder of Cameron Stephens Mortgage Capital Ltd., a leader in commercial and construction financing. Prior to starting the company in 2004, he was a founding partner in MCAP, one of Canada’s leading mortgage banking firms. Under his leadership, MCAP’s assets under management grew from $50 million to $12 billion. A well-known industry speaker and former director of MTC Mortgage Investment Corporation, BILD and Tarion Warranty Corporation, Scott holds a BA from the University of Toronto, an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, and his ICD.D from the Rotman School of Business at the University of Toronto.