Spacing’s 10th anniversary party: Make us a birthday card!

WHAT: Spacing’s 10th anniversary party & 30th edition release party
WHEN: Tuesday, December 10th, 7:30pm-1:00am
WHERE: The Great Hall, 1087 Queen West
COST: $10 (includes copy of new issue) $5 if you make us a birthday card (see below)
RSVP: Please let us know on Facebook if you plan to attend (not required but helpful)

The release of Spacing’s 30th edition also marks the magazine’s 10th anniversary. Our editors take a look back at the last 10 years of urbanism and city-building. We invite you to come to our party and celebrate this milestone with us. We’ve confirmed our DJ for the night: our long-time friends Track Meet (Ed Keenan and David Morris). There will be some fun Toronto-themed activities, and a slew of items for sale from our e-store and prints from our contributors.


At Spacing’s fifth anniversary party we let people in for a discount if they made us a cake. For our 10th anniversary we are going to make the task simpler: you can get into the event for $5 if you make us a birthday card. No store-bought stuff: this needs to be made with your hands or design skills. Show up to the party with the card and get in for half-price. After the party we will post a gallery of the birthday cards submitted.


We commissioned pastry artist Sarah Fortunato to create a cake of Toronto City Hall for the cover of our 10th anniversary issue. And then we ate it. Sarah studied sculpture at OCAD and pastry at Grain, Curd & Bean on Dundas West, and now works to alter perceptions of what artistic dessert can be.



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