Archive for the ‘Exhibitions’ Category

Join us for the premiere of Forgotten Genius: The Boy Who Invented Electronic TV – honouring the groundbreaking work of Inventor, Philo T. Farnsworth! Thursday, October 11th at 6:30 PM – 11:00 PM MZTV Museum of Television & Archive 64 Jefferson Ave, Toronto (Liberty Village) The event is free. RSVP Required Presented by the St. Michael’s College – the […]


“The electric light escapes attention as a communication medium just because it has no ‘content.’ And this makes it an invaluable instance of how people fail to study media at all. For it is not till the electric light is used to spell out some brand name that it is noticed as a medium. Then […]


Marshall McLuhan by Yousuf Karsh (1967) (c) Karsh Estate With Marshall McLuhan (CA), Peter Blegvad (UK), Disnovation(SW/DE), Harun Farocki (DE), Darsha Hewitt (CA), Mogens Jacobsen (DK), Willy Lemaitre (CA), !mediengruppe Bitnik(DE), MRZB (IT), Christof Migone (CA), Reynold Reynolds(US), Thomas Bégin (CA), Wolfgang Spahn (DE), Hito Steyerl(DE), Stephanie Syjuco (PH) & Angela Washko (US). Exhibition: 22.09.2017 — 19.11.2017 Opening + performance: Thomas Bégin & Wolfgang Spahn Friday 22.09.2017, 8 PM 2 locations: West Museumkwartier, Lange Voorhout 34 West; Groenewegje 136 Extras: 2-day Symposium Feedback 28.09 & 29.09 1-day Symposium Man and His […]


This year’s transmediale Marshall McLuhan Lecture will be delivered by Sarah Sharma, Director of the McLuhan Program in Culture & Technology at the University of Toronto, who has focused on the intersectional politics of time, class, gender, and race in her research. For the lecture, Sharma will speak under the title “Exit and the Extensions of […]


Click on images for closer view. A multi-media exhibition   –   Oct 13-Dec 20, 2016 John M. Kelly Library, St. Michael’s College, 113 St. Joseph Street, Toronto Explore the development of Marshall McLuhan’s theories in the context of his academic and personal life at the University of St. Michael’s College. McLuhan’s central role in the rise […]


Marshall McLuhan’s legendary status confirmed with exhibition By Michael Swan, The Catholic Register, October 23, 2016 When Marshall McLuhan died New Year’s Eve 1980, the University of Toronto lost a man they found slightly embarrassing. In the view of university administrators, McLuhan’s Monday night seminars on culture, technology and media had become more cult than curriculum. […]


McLuhan on Campus: Local Inspirations, Global Visions Exhibition Runs from October 13 at 7:00 pm until December 20 at 7:00 pm Location: The Kelly Library, St. Michael’s College, 113 St. Joseph Street, University of Toronto Website: https://stmikes.utoronto.ca/kelly/ Explore the development of Marshall McLuhan’s theories in the context of his academic and personal life at the University of St. […]


McLuhan at New York University on June 14, 1966. (AP Photo/John Lindsay) What’s Next for the University of Toronto’s Centre for Culture and Technology? Posted on October 5, 2016 Toronto, ON – Marshall McLuhan is the most influential thinker in Canada known globally for predicting social media, the Internet, crowd-sourced news, and reality television. At the […]


 René Cera Addendum: September 11, 2016 In a Google Group message from Rome on this date Eric McLuhan writes: Just a note of correction or two:  The piece by Cera was always three sections. They were put together and painted that way – so to say it was “cut into three pieces” is not accurate. When […]


 Dear Colleagues, On behalf of the Program Committee, I am very pleased to let you know that the draft program for The Toronto School: Then, Now, Next International Conference (Toronto, October 13-16, 2016) is now available online: www.thetorontoschool.ca  The conference brings together theorists, experimentalists, and technologists from different disciplines to share and nurture ideas, and to engage in dialogue […]