Archives: Projects

Freshly Baked Tees

Fresh out of OCADU, a partnership was created with a custom shirt shop owner with his location at Yonge and Wellesley to open a new location at Queen Street West, in the heart of the fashion district.

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Paint Breakers

No limits to surfaces; the floor, the wall and other canvas/objects get painted. Sounds pretty exciting and maybe a little bit messy… The feature break-painting performance by amazing Bboys Fil Fury, Darko and Emstro. Painters: Tong Chen Gina Walker Cat Reyto David McKenzie Megan Paints Cats Keita Morimoto Morgan Booth Cal Schuab Katryna Shreyer Christina […]

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Civic Studies

Community-based projects that respond to urban situations with public art, curating, walking systems, publications, banner projects, community initiatives, festivals and poetry projects. How We Live In Cities launches Spot Gardens, as first steps towards the creation of Garden Corridor for a Garden City . The project offers opportunities to participate using tools that inform and engage through art and materials that […]

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Creativ Festival

Since 1988, Canada’s largest consumer show dedicated to the creative arts of sewing, knitting, quilting, beading, stitching, spinning, weaving, felting, scrapbooking, textile, paper and fibre arts. Unbeatable shopping infused with inspiration and learning… it’s the ultimate interactive creative experience. Held every April and October (International Centre) in Toronto. Stay in the know, meet industry experts […]

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LML Exhibitions

Liberty Market Lofts, located at 5 Hanna Avenue is a mix-use office space and residential building. The main floor features a stunning art gallery space, which they contracted DCP to curate programming on a monthly basis for the end of 2015.

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Dupont Projects

The Canadian Art Foundation board of directors formally announced that Richard Rhodes, editor of Canadian Art, is stepping down in December 2015 after nearly 20 years with the publication. Rhodes is a well-known figure in the Canadian art community and beyond. Before his arrival at Canadian Art, he was a regular review contributor to Artforum, […]

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BIG on Bloor Festival

Big: Bloor Improvement Group is a non-profit coalition of community groups, Business Improvement Areas (BIAs), politicians, artists, schools, service providers, institutions, gardeners, small businesses, residents and neighbours coming together to advance the economic, physical, cultural and social life of the targeted local Bloor Street by creating opportunities and events that improve the atmosphere and celebrate the […]

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