Presented by the University of Toronto's School of Cities, the final session in this four-part series examines the distinction between public space and private space. The types of activities currently permitted in Toronto’s public spaces, as well as future-focused suggestions for change will be discussed.
This session will also highlight situations where private spaces mimic public ones such as bookstores, coffee shops and the opportunities and obstacles of each.
Speakers for this session:
Dave Harvey, Founder and Executive Director, Park People
Shawn Micallef, Co-founder, Spacing Magazine
Jane Wolff, Associate Professor, John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design, University of Toronto
Moderated by Marieme Lo, Associate Professor and Associate Director, Education, School of Cities, University of Toronto
North York Central Library - Society & Recreation Department