The Port Lands Sensory Walk


Thesis Exhibition of Interdisciplinary Master's in Art, Media and Design student Lisa Binnie

 
DateMonday, September 2, 2013 - 5:15pm to Saturday, September 14, 2013 - 5:15pm

Location

Cherry Street bridge, just north of Unwin Avenue and Cherry Beach. Toronto, Ontario

Thesis Exhibition of Interdisciplinary Master's Student Lisa Binnie

Please join IAMD MFA Candidate Lisa Binnie for her sensory explorations of the Port Lands

Please join the IAMD Program and the Graduate Studies Department in celebrating the IAMD Thesis Exhibition of MFA Candidate Lisa Binnie.

The Port Lands are dramatic and otherworldly, shaped by the dynamic forces of industry, recreation and nature. The Walk leads to five vantage points from which you will see these forces in action.

Lisa Binnie is leading four public walks in September. You can also tour it yourself guided by the map on the website, and onsite signs and flags.

The artist led walks are:
Sep 2nd, 11 am
Sep 6th, 11am
Sep 8th, 11am
Sep 14th, 10am

We meet at the southeast corner of the Cherry Street bridge, just north of Unwin Avenue and Cherry Beach. The Walk's duration is two hours including the return trip.

Check http://portlandswalk.com for more details.

Throughout 2013, graduating candidates from the IAMD program will present their thesis work in galleries and public spaces across Toronto. These exhibitions explore a wide variety of interdisciplinary subject matter and media including, drawing & painting, sound art, video, performance, health design, photography, furniture design, sculpture and installation.

We meet at the southeast corner of the Cherry Street bridge, just north of Unwin Avenue and Cherry Beach.

The Walk's duration is two hours including the return trip.

Toronto, Ontario

portlandswalk.com

 

Free

DateMonday, September 2, 2013 - 5:15pm to Saturday, September 14, 2013 - 5:15pm

Website Location

Cherry Street bridge, just north of Unwin Avenue and Cherry Beach. Toronto, Ontario

The Port Lands Sensory Walk
Monday, September 2, 2013 - 5:15pm to Saturday, September 14, 2013 - 5:15pm

Thesis Exhibition of Interdisciplinary Master's Student Lisa Binnie

Please join IAMD MFA Candidate Lisa Binnie for her sensory explorations of the Port Lands

Please join the IAMD Program and the Graduate Studies Department in celebrating the IAMD Thesis Exhibition of MFA Candidate Lisa Binnie.

The Port Lands are dramatic and otherworldly, shaped by the dynamic forces of industry, recreation and nature. The Walk leads to five vantage points from which you will see these forces in action.

Lisa Binnie is leading four public walks in September. You can also tour it yourself guided by the map on the website, and onsite signs and flags.

The artist led walks are:
Sep 2nd, 11 am
Sep 6th, 11am
Sep 8th, 11am
Sep 14th, 10am

We meet at the southeast corner of the Cherry Street bridge, just north of Unwin Avenue and Cherry Beach. The Walk's duration is two hours including the return trip.

Check http://portlandswalk.com for more details.

Throughout 2013, graduating candidates from the IAMD program will present their thesis work in galleries and public spaces across Toronto. These exhibitions explore a wide variety of interdisciplinary subject matter and media including, drawing & painting, sound art, video, performance, health design, photography, furniture design, sculpture and installation.

We meet at the southeast corner of the Cherry Street bridge, just north of Unwin Avenue and Cherry Beach.

The Walk's duration is two hours including the return trip.

Toronto, Ontario

portlandswalk.com

 

Free

Venue & Address: 
Cherry Street bridge, just north of Unwin Avenue and Cherry Beach. Toronto, Ontario
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