|Dates||February 12 2013|
|City||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Location||Evergreen Brick Works |
|Postal Code||M4W 3X8|
|Main Body||How do public art projects happen in Toronto?|
Learn how artists and the City work together to bring art to our public spaces. Plus, explore the unique characteristics of the Lower Don, and how it can become a platform for public art through Evergreen’s Lower Don Greenway Project.
Held at Evergreen Brick Works from February 12 and April 23, Innovation Talks will explore the issues that shape our urban landscape. This Spring, talks will focus on two themes: Public Art in the urban landscape and Effective Funding Structures for a regional transportation system.
Each panel discussion will feature a diverse group of speakers from several key sectors—government, industry, academia and NGO’s—and will be followed by an interactive Q & A.
To buy your tickets today and find out more about the series, visit our website at ebw.evergreen.ca
Can’t make it? Follow along at home! @EvergreenCanada #InnovationTalks
|Schedule||Tuesdays | February 12–April 23, 2013|
Evergreen Brick Works
550 Bayview Avenue
|Fees||$10 for each talk. Tickets can be bought online or at the event. |
Andrea Carson Barker, Toronto Public Art Commission
Andrew Davies, No.9: Contemporary Art & the Environment
Che Kothari, BeautifulCity.ca
Clara Hargittay, Public Art Officer, City of Toronto
Eldon Garnet, OCAD University
Lara Tarlo, Urban Designer, City of Toronto