Author: Deborah Wang

22Jul

Join the Toronto Design Offsite Festival (TO DO) to become a part of an exciting network of creative people, exhibitions, events, and a captive audience of designers and design-lovers. Last year we had 65 different public events and exhibitions, from workshops to experimental installations to prototypes to design parties and curated exhibitions, including work by Continue Reading

17Jul

$10,000 Awards for Emerging Ceramic and Glass Artists! The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery is calling for submissions to the 2014 RBC Award for Glass and Winifred Shantz Award for Ceramics. (L) Threaded Lamp, 2013. Brad Turner (R) Dressed, 2012. Janet Macpherson These prestigious national awards allow practicing early career ceramic and glass artists to Continue Reading

21May

A0 (ALSO Collective + Mason Studio) invites you to The Perimeter Series—a series of panel discussions on issues related to contemporary design practices, academia, and industry.  Public and Community Engagement through Design is the topic of our second discussion. This panel will explore the role of art and design in community and public engagement, and will aim to define how Continue Reading

19May

Be on time (!) with the Cairo Star Cut Clock by the National Design Collective available at our second annual #StufDsgnrsMake Silent Auction, happening Tuesday, June 10, 2014, 6-10pm at the Gladstone Hotel. This faceted concrete clock is inspired by traditional diamond cutting. Each clock is hand-cast in Toronto using our own specially-formulated concrete mix. Ultra-light design, the nominal Continue Reading

18May

A beautifully hand crafted, screen printed bronze metallic print on 100% linen pillow by Lori Harrison will be available at our second annual #StufDsgnrsMake Silent Auction, happening Tuesday, June 10, 2014, 6-10pm at the Gladstone Hotel. Discovering beauty in the overlooked. Lori Harrison’s studio creates imagery by mindfully experiencing the world and re-imagining the overlooked.“If we shift our perspective, Continue Reading