Dying.dialogues
Jan 29
Jan 30 2021
digital eventdigital project

‘Dying.dialogues’ invites participants to share and reflect on design practice as it relates to the process of moving towards death and through grief – whether these be speculative exploratory works, community engagements, or interventions for specific groups or circumstances. The symposium will engage across multiple domains, including – designers, artists, scholars, health care practitioners, and the wider public. These dialogues are an opportunity to engage with diverse perspectives and participate in open conversations about fragility, death, dying, loss, grief, and design.

‘Dying.dialogues’ includes (click links to RSVP):

Keynote speaker event: https://bit.ly/3kFXVaG

Day of dialogues: https://bit.ly/2HKT4H0

During DesignTO there will be a number of events under the ‘Dying.’ series with an opportunity to visit exhibits across Toronto. ‘Dying.’ is a collaboration between the Health Design Studio at OCADU and Taboo Health.

Over the past two years, the ‘Dying.’ series has attracted over 5000 attendees, 26 speakers, including 4 opening and keynote speakers in the disciplines of design and healthcare, and 29 exhibiting artists and designers. In its third year, ‘Dying’. will continue to offer an opportunity to creatively engage in conversation about fragility, death, dying, loss, grief through the lens of art and design.

Over the past two years, the ‘Dying.’ series has attracted over 5000 attendees, 26 speakers, including 4 opening and keynote speakers in the disciplines of design and healthcare, and 29 exhibiting artists and designers. In its third year, ‘Dying.’ will continue to offer an opportunity to creatively engage in conversation about fragility, death, dying, loss, grief through the lens of art and design.

During DesignTO there will be four events under the ‘Dying.’ series. ‘Dying.’ is a collaboration between the Health Design Studio at OCADU and Taboo Health.

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Accessibility

Who should visitors contact with questions regarding accessibility?
Molly McGovern