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Out of Site 2013: Neighbourhood Walks
The Queen St. West B.I.A. in association with MuchFACT and MuchMusic is pleased to announce Out of Site: Neighbourhood Walks, its fifth annual all-night exhibition of art and music by Canadian artists.
The date for Out of Site is October 5-6, from dusk till dawn. Exhibitions are located on Queen St. West between University and Bathurst.
Out of Site 2013 features:
- MuchFACT: Under The Stars, a free outdoor screening that showcases Canada’s artists through music video content funded by MuchFACT
- An exhibition curated by Earl Miller featuring work by six important Toronto artists and collectives
- Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Independent Projects in Queen West
- Independent art installations and art windows throughout Queen St. West between Simcoe and Bathurst
- Businesses open late during the event
Please see below for a map of the event (click to enlarge).
Click here to see the handout from our Jane’s Walk
Urban Toronto’s Dumitru Onceanu summarizes our Jane’s Walk and streetscape master plan ideas in the article below. Everyone is welcome to share their thoughts about the Queen St. West streetscape by emailing us at email@example.com, posting on the Urban Toronto comments section or by tweeting to @queenstwestbia.
The Queen St. West BIA has hired PMA Landscape Architects (working with Chris Hardwicke of &Co and Janos Badovinac of Fugitive Glue) to create a Streetscape Master Plan. The final design will be revealed in November 2012.
Over $50,000 raised for the Starlight Foundation of Canada
Over $50,000 was raised for the Starlight Foundation of Canada during this year’s Torontoland Snowman campaign. The Queen St. West BIA was proud to take part in this initiative with Tourism Toronto. Thank you to everyone who participated! Below is a photo our our snowman, designed by artist Melinda Josie.
Outstanding Capital Streetscape Improvement Award
On October 26th, 2011 TABIA hosted the inaugural Toronto BIA recognition awards. We were nominated and won in the category of Outstanding Capital Streetscape Improvement Award for our custom designed bike racks by OCAD University Students Michael Pham (Halo) and Evi K. Hui and Olivier Mayrand (Speech Bubbles). BIA Chair Spencer Sutherland and Executive Director Laura Schaefer were present to accept the award from Councillor Michael Thompson, Chair of the Economic Development Committee, and TABIA President Michael Comstock.
A special thank you to our past chair Marc Glassman and the jury of the design contest–Councillor Vaughan, Lisa Rochon and Justin Garak, OCAD University, designers Michael Pham, Evi K. Hui and Olivier Mayrand, and Raj Kumar at the City of Toronto for all of their hard work on this project. It continues to put Queen St. West on the map!