September 08 - September 10, 2016
Toronto is a city designed for the eye. But what feels good to the ears, nose and skin? What triggers our memories, fantasies, and perception of time? Our non-visual faculties are the key to a better Toronto. This ambulant lecture will bring you to a variety of sense-engaging places in our city. Participants will come away with insight into which non-visual elements they love, which they could do without, and which quintessentially define Toronto.
Participants will learn how the vision-centered city came to be. Participants will also learn how some of Toronto’s pressing political issues are, in fact, sensory issues.
You will not be blindfolded for this tour.
Thursday, Sept 8, 5:30pm – 8pm
Saturday, Sept 10, 10:00am – 12:30pm
Early bird tickets: $10
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