Venues

The University is ours! will take place at four separate venues across downtown Toronto:

1) Our introductory Friday afternoon session will be held at the Tartu College, 3, Madison Avenue.
Click here for instructions on how to reach it

Please note: unfortunately we just found out that the Tartu is not as accessible as we hoped, as one needs to walk a few steps down at the door. We are looking into the possibility of installing a few items that would accommodate people with disabilities. Washrooms are on the same floor.

2) The Friday evening event, featuring Brian Holmes and Sarah Sharma, will be held (in conjunction with the Communication and Culture Grad Student Conference on the theme of “Occupations”) at Ryerson University (Ryerson Student’s Centre, 63 Gould Street).
click here for instructions on how to reach it

3) Panels and workshops on Saturday and Sunday will be held at the University of Toronto at Sidney Smith Hall (100 St. George Street).
click here for instructions on how to reach it

4) A book launch for Gigi Roggero’s The Production of Living Knowledge: Crisis of the University and the Transformation of Labour in Europe and North America will be held at the Toronto Free Gallery (1277 Bloor Street West) on the Saturday evening.Click here for instructions on how to reach it

Tartu College

Ryerson University

By car:
From East or West of Toronto:
exit on Yonge Street, go south on Yonge, turn left (east) at Gerrard (no turns are permitted at Gould or at Yonge and Dundas).

From the Don Valley Parkway:
exit south to Bloor Street, turn right (west) at Bloor, turn left (south) at Church, continue until Gerrard, Gould or Dundas. 

From West of Toronto or the US border:
take the QEW to the Gardiner Expressway. exit east or west to Yonge Street, continue north until Gould or Gerrard.

By public transportation:
subway stop: Yonge/Dundas.  Walk one block north on Yonge from the Eaton Centre to Gould Street, turn right the students’ centre will be 50 m ahead  on your right.

Sidney Smith Hall (University of Toronto):


By car:
-From East or West of Toronto- Take the 401 east/west and exit at Avenue Road (also called Highway 11A). Go South along Avenue towards Bloor St. Turn right. Location is around 200 m ahead on your right

-From West of Toronto or the US border – Take the QEW to the Gardiner Expressway towards Toronto.  Exit at Spadina St. and turn left. Drive North until Harbord. Turn right. Turn at the second right (St. George St.). Sidney Smith Hall is on your right.

By Public Transportation:
-Exit at St. George subway station (exit on st George -Humanities Building/former medical arts building) . Turn left on St George, pass Bloor. Sidney Smith Hall is a 7-10 min. walk and will be on your right.

The Toronto Free Gallery(1277 Bloor Street West).

By public transportation:
Subway stop Landsdown.

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