Enduring Resilience and Flow: The Lower Don River

Join artist, writer, and cartographer, Daniel Rotsztain, for a walk exploring the Lower Don River’s shallow, silty flow; its importance to the Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee and its history of being both a gateway and a barrier to early industrialization. Outdoor event with limited capacity; pre-registration required.

Daniel Rotsztain is the Urban Geographer, an artist, writer, cartographer and landscape designer whose projects seek to understand and support the diverse settings of the city’s public life. Daniel is a frequent contributor to CBC Radio's Here and Now, where he recommends local day trips in Southern Ontario. The author of All the Libraries Toronto and A Colourful History Toronto, his work has been featured in the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, and Now Magazine and exhibited at the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Gladstone Hotel, and as part of Nuit Blanche.

Pre-registration required - registration will open Thursday, September 2 at 12:00pm; registration information is on our webpage.

Free event as part of Onsite Gallery's public event program for our Survival Architecture and the Art of Resilience exhibition.

*Meeting point near the Lower Don River will be shared with registered participants in advance of the event.

The program will be about one hour long, and the route takes sidewalks. Please contact us with any specific questions or inquiries regarding accessibility.


Enduring Resilience and Flow: The Lower Don River

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