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Sidewalk Labs

Myseum Collects:
Sidewalk Labs

Join Myseum for the launch of “307”, Sidewalk Toronto’s new experimental workspace at Quayside. We’ll be hosting our first Myseum Collects of 2018, inviting members of the community to share their stories and ephemera & objects in order to influence and contribute to an online exhibit on Transportation in Toronto. Share your cycling, railway, ferry, automotive story with a community “knowledge keeper” and learn more about how it contributes to the larger (hi)story of how we move in and around our city!

In addition to this, Myseum will also be offering a family-friendly origami art-making activity, facilitated by Vibe Arts.

We’re excited to join Sidewalk Labs for the kick-off of their first “Open Sidewalk”, a monthly event series designed for people of all ages and abilities that will feature prototypes, performances, workshops, and other activities. Once an old fish processing plant, 307 has been transformed into an experimental work space and will be open every weekend to the public.


1:00 – 2:00 pm: 

Bicycle Transportation
Sarah Bradley, Cycle Toronto
Ted Glenn, Author of Riding into Battle: Canadian Cyclists in the Great War
Jacqueline L. Scott, PhD student, Toronto Black History Walks tour guide

2:00 – 3:00 pm:

Railway Transportation and the Sleeping Car Porters
Natasha Henry, Ontario Black History Society
& a representative from the Railway Museum

3:00 – 4:00 pm:

Automotive Transportation and the TTC
Bill Sherk, Author of The Way We Drove: Toronto’s Love Affair with the Automobile, 1893-1957
Trevor Parkins-Sciberras, Freelance Transit Historian

4:00 – 5:00 pm:

Ferry Transportation
Mike Filey, Author and “The Way We Were” columnist for the Toronto Sun

Click here to view entire Open Sidewalk schedule

Organizing Partners:

Myseum Collects:
Sidewalk Labs

16 Jun 2018




307 Lake Shore Blvd E,
Toronto, ON M5A 1C1


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