Endless City Toronto

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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