Here are some exhibitions, events and installations you can check out after the Festival officially ends on January 29, 2023.
Investigating salvage, reuse and construction materials with TAS at 2 Tecumseth.
See the city with fresh eyes, at exhibits and installations that can be viewed from outdoors 24/7.
While the 2023 DesignTO Festival has exhibitions, events and installations across the city of Toronto, you’ll notice there are higher concentrations of Festival programming popping up.
Whether you’re out of town, an international fan of DesignTO, or just want to stay cozy, there are lots of exciting and engaging online events happening as part of this year’s Festival. Staying in doesn’t mean you have to miss out!
We are delighted to welcome seven exceptional Québec artists and designers to the 2023 DesignTO Festival, January 20–29,2023.
What makes a city? What do cities need? How does city building affect the climate crisis? We’ve compiled projects that re-examine cities and the structures within them as well as how the city building and architecture are crucial when it comes to the climate crisis.
‘Landless Food’ by Malu Luecking. Part of the 2023 group exhibition ‘Forecast’. ‘What to do’ is a Festival Week
After two “distanced and digital” festivals, we’re bringing back opportunities to rub elbows with designers, makers, thinkers and the rest of the DesignTO community.