From art studios to public spaces in the city, celebrate design in the 6ix this month at the the Toronto Design Offsite Festival (TO DO).
Canada’s largest cultural celebration of design returns for its 7th year with over 100 exhibitions and events forming Toronto’s design week. Festivities begin on January 16 and run until the 22.
TO DO transforms Toronto into a hub for creativity, taking design and art out of the studio and into the urban sphere, bringing people together to celebrate contemporary culture, according to the event website. The festival provides opportunities for emerging talent, and engage the community with exceptional and accessible public programming.
#TODO17 kicks off in ONE WEEK 😜! Join us as we celebrate the start of Toronto design week at our annual Festival party, complete with a jaw-dropping installation from @dfz_ryerson. Tickets are $8 online, so get yours today! Installation by @em.allan, @rutujaa.a, @domdilibero, @kellywalcroft, @gloriazhou_ + @garbozhuu, with mentorship from @anderson_jonathon and Vincent Hui. Learn more >> http://todesignoffsite.com/event/festival-party/
Last year, TO DO had over 400 designers and artists participate in the event. This year, events include “IKEA Hacking: The Cure for the Common Designer,” “TO DO Talks Symposium: Design and the pursuit of well-being,” and “A Story to Tell: Mentorship Evening with superkül.”
Where: Various locations
When: January 16 to 22
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