What a week! We wrapped up 30 great months of TYPOLOGY programming with a packed house during the Toronto Art Book Fair and an amazingly well attended roundtable discussion on our relaunch as Critical Distance centre for curators in Toronto.
Thanks to all the visitors to our exhibition, table, and workshop at TOABF, to Maxine Proctor, Karie Liao, and everyone behind the fair for a fantastic four days at Artscape Youngplace, and to our fellow exhibitors, curators, and artists for the amazing variety and quality of the work on display. Special thanks to the AGO Library and Archives for adding book works and editions by Working Title exhibiting artists Maria Flawia Litwin, Christopher Manson, Cathryn Miller, Susana Reisman, Lyla Rye, and Manuel Saiz to their wonderful collection.
We’re working on the transcription for Monday’s roundtable discussion and will post it shortly. In the meantime here’s the survey we promised to all who attended and to anyone who is interested in participating in establishing priorities and developing programming for the centre. The survey should take no more than 5–10 minutes to complete and we’re asking everyone to respond by the end of this week (Friday, July 1st) so that we can incorporate your feedback and develop initiatives right out of the gate.
Survey for a Centre for Curators in Toronto
Now is the time to think and dream big — what do you wish for the arts/exhibitions/curating/community in Toronto today? Looking forward to hearing your thoughts, ideas, and insights soon!