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Toronto Spring Festival: Year 4
Sat, 18 March 2017, 11:30 AM – 11:59 AM EDT
Every adventure requires a first step. Join the 4th annual Toronto Spring Festival for an immersive celebration of arts and culture.
Toronto Spring Festival is an annual multidisciplinary arts and culture festival that brings people together to celebrate the coming of spring. Join us to re-imagine the iconic building of 192 Spadina Avenue through an immersive celebration of art and culture. The festival planning is well under way and we can’t wait to tell you all about it!
General Admission online $12
At the door $15
Limited tickets available for Silent Disco experience.
The festival is free for kids under 12.
Bunny, can you plant a tree?
Partner: Toronto Parks And Trees Foundation
Featured Youth Artist: Sophie Isabel Coker-Alexander
Kids & Youth Exhibition: In partnership with Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation we invited little artists (ages 5-12) to be part of our kids exhibition and help raise funds in support of TPTF Tree Planting Campaign. Every Tree Counts. www.tptf.ca
Partner: Design Exchange
What make rabbits climb?
The DX Education team, will be leading a mixed media "Treehouse Design" activity inspired by architecture and nature. Participants will design their own mini tree house model. What architecture elements will you need in order to design a functioning treehouse while incorporating the elements of nature? How can your structure helps the natural environment instead of hurting it? How do the plants and natural elements help the structure or how the structure helps the surroundings?
Create, build, and play with Feltro! Explore colourful, large-scale, magnetic, felt tiles that can be manipulated to create three-dimensional shapes, structures, and even clothing.
Greet spring with essentials; a curated boutique of stories, design objects and experiences that equip you for the arrival of spring. Participating designers and artists: Karcass, Lori Harrison Design, Miloshka, Sprouts Press, Chocolates X Brandon Olsen (CXBO), Very Big Cat Studio, Gold Apothecary, Awesome Fortress and Homebody Collective.
Imaginative, playful, unconventional. Each year, the festival works with local and international artists across a broad range of creative practices to push boundaries, challenge conventions and explore new ways of expression.
Wireless: 3 episodes
KITCHEN & BAR
Kadbanu Pop-Up: Healthy snacks and food of the season inspired by traditional Persian cuisine.
Centre For Social Innovation
We are very fortunate to be sponsored by people like you, in addition to great companies and organizations listed here, which help us making it happen.
Date and Time
The 4th annual Spring Festival of its kind will take place at Murray Building, built in 1920, CSI’s newest location, just steps from Queen Street West, Chinatown and Kensington Market
192 Spadina Avenue
Toronto, ON M5T 2C2