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Polymétis among 12 artists chosen to present work at the WINTER LIGHT EXHIBITION at Ontario Place. #OPWinter #OntarioPlace

 

Event title: Winter Light Exhibition (part of Winter at Ontario Place)

Dates: December 8, 2017 – March 18, 2018

Location: Ontario Place, West Island 


Polymétis among 12 artists chosen to present work at the annual 12 TREES: LET THERE BE LIGHT exhibition. Curated by author and visual artist Douglas Coupland and Vice President of Public Art Management Ben Mills. Friday November 17 to January 07 at the Gardiner Museum. 

Polymétis among 12 artists chosen to present work at the annual 12 TREES: LET THERE BE LIGHT exhibition. Curated by author and visual artist Douglas Coupland and Vice President of Public Art Management Ben Mills. Friday November 17 to January 07 at the Gardiner Museum


Polymétis has been named part of the 30 Canadian Architecture Firms Breaking New Ground

Polymétis has been named part of the 30 Canadian Architecture Firms Breaking New Ground


HOTBOX appears at the Riverside Gallery as part of the TWENTY + CHANGE: NEXT GENERATION

February 27 – April 9, 2017

Idea Exchange
Design at Riverside
7 Melville Street S, Cambridge, ON


Nicholas Croft presented the idea behind ICEBOX for TO Ice Breakers public art installation on Queens Quay West, on Toronto's Waterfront. 


We will be participating in the inaugural ICEBREAKERS festival. Come see our installation ICEBOX at HTO park in January 2017.



 

Michaela MacLeod presents MY CHEMICAL GARDEN, at the Gladstone Hotel for Grow Op 2016.

 

 

WHO WILL BUILD CANADA'S FUTURE? #Polymétis #20+C 

Happy to be included with such an amazing bunch of talented people! The full article online can be viewed HERE

Happy to be included with such an amazing bunch of talented people! The full article online can be viewed HERE

 

 


Polymétis NAMED TO TWENTY + CHANGE: NEXT GENERATION

HOTBOX was selected to be included in the TWENTY + CHANGE: NEXT GENERATION Exhibition and Book, edited by Heather Dubbledam and Lola Sheppard.  Read more about the exhibit at AZURE (http://www.azuremagazine.com/article/twenty-and-change-next-generation-exhibition/). Twenty + Change runs until February 6 at the Urbanspace Gallery, 401 Richmond St., Toronto. 

 

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Twenty + Change: Next Generation
 

 

Michaela MacLeod speaks at GETTING GROUNDED: HOW LANDSCAPE & DESIGN SHAPE URBAN CULTURE


 

 

 

WINTERSTATIONS, INCLUDING HOTBOX FEATURED ON DEZEEN

 

 

HOTBOX FEATURED ON ARCHDAILY

HOTBOX, NORTH ELEVATION
 

 

Michaela MacLeod and Nicholas Croft present the idea behind HOTBOX at the Design Exchange Pecha Kucha. #asylumchic

#AsylumChic
 

 
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