18Jan

Hot off the presses, Narwhal Projects has announced its exhibition for the Festival featuring a show by Tough Guy Mountain. Established in 2008, Narwhal presents ambitious curatorial projects, collaborations, and solo exhibitions by gallery artists. Actively exploring convergences between contemporary art, design, and visual culture, Narwhal is critically engaged with the ways in which these overlaps Continue Reading

17Jan

What TO DO Now prefaces What TO DO, a daily newsletter produced to let you know what’s happening during Festival week: January 20-26, 2014. A message from TO DO’s organizers: And we celebrate. At the beginning of every year, we get to set the tone for the upcoming seasons in design, and design thinking. We Continue Reading

17Jan

‘The Maple LEAF Forever’ showcases the work of Brothers Dressler, Dystil, The National Design Collective, and Paus + Grün, who have transformed the branches of a famous maple tree into lighting and decorative items for LEAF (Local Enhancement & Appreciation of Forests), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the protection and improvement of the urban forest. Continue Reading

16Jan

Tables, Chairs and Other Unrelated Objects 3 is the OCAD U Student Gallery’s third annual furniture showcase, and its reception is also an epic dance party. Last year’s show was awarded two TO DO Awards for People’s Choice: Favourite Exhibition and People’s Choice: Favourite New Work. Find out more here. Behind the scenes, and (dance) Continue Reading

16Jan

Join TAS and the Design Exchange as they kick-off their new outreach partnership at this drop-in family workshop in the Junction. Find out more here. At the workshop, instructors from the Design Exchange lead participants through a guided discussion about good neighbourhood planning and then move into a brainstorming session to get kids thinking about Continue Reading