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Film, Media and Toronto's Built Environment - University of Toronto's Cinema Studies Institute - Wednesday, March 14, 7-9 pm

March 12, 2018

Film, Media and Toronto's Built Environment - University of Toronto's Cinema Studies Institute - Wednesday, March 14, 7-9 pm

 

 
Film, Media and Toronto's Built Environment
University of Toronto's Cinema Studies Institute
Wednesday, March 14, 7-9 pm
Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Avenue
 
Register here
 
This panel brings together arts and architecture practitioners, filmmakers and scholars to discuss the role of film and media in creating and explicating Toronto’s built environment. Jane Corkin will discuss themes of urbanism and gentrification in Thaddeus Holownia's Queen Street, 1988-1996.
 
Featuring:
 
  • JANE CORKIN, owner and director, Corkin Gallery, Toronto
  • JOSEPH CLEMENT, landscape architect and filmmaker
  • ATOM EGOYAN, Toronto-based, internationally renowned filmmaker
  • LUIS JACOB, Peruvian-born, Toronto-based artist and curator
  • GEOFF PEVERE, lecturer, author, broadcaster, media critic, and former critic and cultural journalist for The Toronto Star
  • BRIGITTE SHIM, principal, Shim-Sutcliffe Architects and professor, Daniel’s Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design, University of Toronto
 
Moderated by: 
 BART TESTA, Professor, Cinema Studies Institute, University of Toronto
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PHOTO CREDIT: Thaddeus Holownia, St. Patrick's Market, Toronto, Queen Street, 1988.