2016 Laneway Summit & Exhibit: The (Lane)Way Forward

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The Laneway Project says
Join us for an evening of art, entertainment and lively discussion, exploring the potential of Toronto’s laneways.

Ticekts are $12: http://www.lanewaysummit-2016.eventbrite.ca
7-10pm Wed, 30 November 2016
The Great Hall, 1087 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON M6J 1H3

Our third annual Laneway Summit and Exhibit will bring together designers, planners, artists, decision-makers and laneway lovers from across the city to imagine ways of unlocking the potential of these overlooked public spaces.

> DISCUSSION (7-8PM) > Moderated by Annabel Vaughan of publicLAB and ERA Architects, panelists will discuss:

• Opportunities and challenges to improving Toronto’s laneways
• What needs to change to realize the potential of our laneways
• Who and what we need to create a stronger laneway movement in Toronto

Panelists >

• Jake Tobin Garrett Manager, Policy and Research, Park People
• Jessica Myers, Executive Director, The Junction BIA
• Jonathan Morrice, Community Safety & Social Media Officer, 55 Division - Toronto Police Service
• Mark van Elsberg, Project Manager, Pedestrian Projects, Public Realm Section, Transportation Services, City of Toronto
• Monica Wickeler, Laneway Mural Artist


> EXHIBIT & RECEPTION (8-10PM) >

After the panel, stick around for music, great food, mingling and an exhibit of laneway-inspired art and installations:

(Lane)way Forward Photo Contest finalists
The LaneWAY - Laneway Futures T.O
Project Human - Laneway Crawlers
Inverted Valleys - Mark Francis
Street Art Adult Colouring Book - Adrian Hayles Productions
Every Laneway: An Ongoing Documentation - Owen McCabe
Laneways of the World VR - The Laneway Project


> RAFFLE >

Plus, enter to win one of these great prizes:

$200 gift certificate from The Drake
$100 gift pack from Fresh Restaurant
$200 prize pack from SPiN Toronto
Gift pack from Lake of Bays Brewing
Cycling-inspired art by Yvonne Bambrick
Artsy tote bag from Andreevm Designs
Gift certificate from Blue Goose Meats
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By: The Laneway Project