What’s next for TYPOLOGY

Timed to coincide with Artscape’s groundbreaking and press announcements this past week, TYPOLOGY made its online debut. With the project space still under construction and a website in the works, it was admittedly the softest of openings, but we are thrilled to be official at last, and thankful for all the interest and support we’ve received so far.

Now that the proverbial dust has settled a bit, you may be wondering what’s in store for the coming year. We’ve been hard at work developing our programming for the first few seasons, and will continue to seek out artists, architects, designers, performers, writers, and curators with whom to collaborate on future exhibitions and events. Proposals and submissions will be accepted online once we launch our full website; in the meantime, please get in touch — we’d love to know what you’re working on.

We’ll also be posting behind-the-scenes updates and information, as well as original and linked content such as reviews, artist interviews, studio visits, and online exhibitions. With our feet on the ground in both Toronto and New York, we’ll be looking at local and international arts and culture from a multidisciplinary, cross-border perspective, keeping the conversation open, eclectic, and ever-changing. Find us, follow us, and let us know what you think!

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Get in touch: info (at) typology (dot) ca

The above image of the Shaw Street School façade is one of several beautiful shots taken for Steve Kupferman’s “Unseen City” article in the Torontoist
photo: Michael Chrisman/Torontoist

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