Remembrance Day: Parsing Toronto’s memorial landscaping

For most of the 20th century, public memorials in Toronto were restricted to the commemoration of fallen soldiers, as well as select... Read More

Public Art Manifesto: Rethinking public art’s possibilities

Works of public art are markers of what a society deems to be important, and the choices we make about what works to erect attest to... Read More

Janice Reid’s “Real Love” intersects race and space

Earlier this week, Mayor John Tory and mayoral candidates Saron Gebresellassi, Knia Singh and Jennifer Keesmaat debated transit... Read More

Adam Beck’s monumental “Little Worries”

If you’ve found yourself in downtown Toronto recently, you may have noticed a change to the Adam Beck Memorial, at Queen and... Read More

Sparks of Life at Carlton and Jarvis: Examining Equilibrium

With its high-rises and construction sites, Toronto can often feel overbearingly grey. That greyness is now being met with a blast of... Read More

EVENT: Making the Toronto Museum vision a reality

WHEN: Wednesday, March 28, 2018 WHERE: Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave (UofT St. George campus) TIME: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm (doors open at... Read More

EVENT: Pride & Place podcast listening party

WHEN: Wednesday, Feb. 28th, 6pm-8pm WHERE: Harlem Underground, 745 Queen St. West, Toronto LINK: RSVP on Facebook if you wish Within... Read More

What’s next for Old City Hall

Originally published on the Ryerson City Builders Institute Big changes are coming to one of Toronto’s most treasured buildings. The... Read More