Endless City is Toronto's newest arts and music festival
If you're looking to explore Toronto's artistic side this winter, you'll want to head to Dundas and Ossington. That's because a diverse group of artists, designers and musicians will be taking over a gallery space at 1161 Dundas St. W. for Endless City, a multi-faceted festival that'll run from January 20 until February 26.
According to a news release, "Endless City is a multidisciplinary experiment led by a group of Toronto designers, curators and programmers exploring innovation in art, design and technology through performance, discussion and installation."
Castor Design will create a copper-themed installation - appropriately called CU - for the Toronto Design Offsite Festival. To go along with it, Parts & Labour chef Matty Matheson will be serving up an edible metallic dinner. Tickets are currently on sale for $150.
Beyond the food, there will be panel discussions - like one titled "Recontextualizing Cultural Experience" about musical performances in unconventional spaces for Invocation's first anniversary - as well as a slew of shows, demonstrations and workshop by various promoters, artists and groups throughout the month.
For the full lineup of events, visit Endless City's website.
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