Visitors were given a breath of tranquility as they walked through the cloud-like installation Mason Studio created at the Pavilion showroom. The soft, paper clouds that engulfed the space were motion sensitive, interacting with visitors as they approached. The clouds would briefly emanate with light, then fade, leaving a trail of darkness behind the visitor as […]Continue Reading


Partly motivated by the passionate work of astronomer Carl Sagan, The Carl Wagan Bookmobile is a manifestation of artist Shannon Gerard’s highest ideals—play, imagination, rigour, and outreach. Click here to watch a video about the The Carl Wagan Bookmobile, and support its fundraising campaign here. About Carl: Carl is a mobile gallery, publications studio, library, […]Continue Reading


When: February 17, 2013 | 1pm – 9pm Where: Site 3 coLaboratory | 718R Ossington Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M6G 3T7 MAAD MAKERS POP UP is a makers workshop We are going to be making… You are going to be making … Everything you make, you take… even the conversations. Booze and live music are going to […]Continue Reading


On June 20, 2012, The Stop transformed Honest Ed’s alleyway and parking lot into a bustling and aromatic market inspired by night markets from around the world. The sold-out event saw over 1,200 visitors, raised $57,000 for The Stop’s anti-hunger programs, and garnered over 4 million media impressions. The Stop’s Night Market happening again for […]Continue Reading


Here are some photos from Not Forkchops, an exhibition brought to you by imm living. The exhibition showcased the works of various Canadian artists and designers who have been influenced by ideas of cultural adaptation and adoption. The theme of this year’s show Food Culture asked participants, who came from a range of disciplines, to draw inspiration not […]Continue Reading