January 26, 2012
by Canadian Architect
Toronto Design Offsite festival (TO DO) is an inspiring festival of exhibitions and events happening across the city of Toronto from January 23-29, 2012. Formed by an association of several “offsite” shows, all of the exhibitions and events feature and promote the best in new Canadian practices – not only the art and design within each show, but also the ways they are organized, curated and produced.
TO DO is committed to promoting top-notch exhibitions and events during Toronto Design Week. Their web and printed map, social media, and iPhone app provides the public and media with up-to-date information about the exhibitions and events. In this way, TO DO also operates as a resource and guide for accessing great art and design.
Joy Charbonneau (Associates, Tools, Heavy Metal), Shaun Moore and Julie Nicholson (MADE at Home, Radiant Dark), Katherine Morley and Erin McCutcheon (Capacity), Jeremy Vandermeij, and David Dick-Agnew, Noa Bronstein and Deborah Wang (Come Up To My Room) form TO DO’s steering committee.
For more information, please visit http://todesignoffsite.com/about/