Toronto Makes House – CANCELLED
Jan 27
Mar 31 2021
exhibition

Due to the current lockdown in Toronto, the project has been cancelled.

Explore makers and their wares at the ‘Toronto Makes House’ exhibit presented at The Adelaide Project. This intimate space is the ideal canvas to display and celebrate various products by some of the makers featured in the book ‘Toronto Makes’ by Randi Bergman. The exhibit presents the highest quality goods, refined design, treats and made things from our city.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, creativity is required in how we document and share Toronto Makes House. Follow us for program details including virtual events as well as in-person or digitally-guided tours by appointment ([email protected]) pending evolving health guidelines.

We look forward to welcoming you to Toronto Makes House.

‘Toronto Makes’ is an inspiring tour through Toronto’s thriving makers scene.

‘Toronto Makes’ features over 50 of the city’s most exciting creative entrepreneurs sharing the stories behind the crafts they’ve dedicated their lives to. This beautifully photographed and designed volume celebrates bakers and brewers, fashion and jewellery designers, furniture makers and ceramicists, and many more — an eclectic group of incredibly talented people who make Toronto a little more special.

Participants

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Acknowledgements

Toronto Makes House – CANCELLED
Toronto Makes House – CANCELLED

Accessibility

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Reception
Toronto Makes House – CANCELLED
Entrance view from the Kitchen at The Adelaide Project
Toronto Makes House – CANCELLED
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