Pascal Paquette

May 30, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at 918 Bathurst Centre

part of a series on Freedom


About the speaker

Paquette works primarily as a painter, but also employs street art, graffiti and photography in projects that are often site-specific or location-dependent. Most recently, he has exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA), Toronto, and at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), Toronto. His work has been exhibited and commissioned internationally. He lives in Toronto, Canada.

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Theme

This May, we’re excited to announce our theme of “FREEDOM" brought to you by Shutterstock. The theme was chosen by our organizer Daria Belinskaya and the Budapest team. Find out more.

Venue Partner

918 Bathurst Centre for Culture, Arts, Media + Education is a not-for-profit multi-purpose community arts centre and event space for projects, classes, workshops, exhibitions and performances that serve the artistic, creative, intellectual, professional and personal development of individuals and organizations in Toronto.

Breakfast Partner

Sense Appeal Coffee Roasters is Toronto’s only experimental coffee lab. We’re dedicated to feeding our insatiable curiosity, and you, by creating new innovative meals, paired with our unique coffee concoctions. We make almost everything we serve in house – from curing and smoking our locally sourced meats to baking pastries fresh every morning.

Merchandise Partner

Swipe Design | books + objects boasts a selection of contemporary books on graphic design, advertising, architecture and urbanism worthy of space on the most enlightened of shelves. We offer the city’s largest selection of books and journals on architecture and urban issues, from theoretical and technical reference works to beautiful monographs on today’s leading local and international practices.