Toronto Public Space Committee Contacts/Interests
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Arts Subcommittee (TPSCAS-C)
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NameContact InfoInterests
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Daniel Rotsztaindrotsztain@gmail.com
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Rachel Lissnerrachel.lissner@gmail.com
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Nadia Halimnadia.halim@gmail.com
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Jay Walljay@rallyrally.design
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Fanny fanny@artoffestivals.com
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Bridget bridgetannmac@gmail.com
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Destinydestinylaldeo@gmail.com
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Jonjonsilvs@gmail.com
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ChloeType.chloe@gmail.com
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Andrew Finlay Stewartandrew@wafs.ca
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Karen Zurekkaren.zurek@gmail.com
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Celia Beketacbeketa@gmail.com
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Mikeecomike@yorku.ca
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Benjamin de Boerbenjamindeboer3@gmail.com
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Rachel Singersingerr@uoguleph.ca
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Cara Chellewcarachellew@gmail.com
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Camille Kauffmanckauffma@uoguelph.ca
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Ivy Farquhar-McDonnellivymairi@gmail.com
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Steven Shuttle sshuttle@uoguelph.ca
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Heather Kellyheather@hkcmarketing.com
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buffycbuffyc@gmail.com
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Tamara Romanchuktamara.clayandpaper@gmail.com
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Anne Simpson-Porcoanne.simpson.porco@gmail.com
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Jc Elijah M. Bawuahjcelijah_mb@outlook.com
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Sami Coopersami.cooper94@gmail.compublic space, smart cities, rejuvination
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NameContact Info
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Dave Meslin
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Rachel Singersingerr@uoguelph.ca
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Dave Edwards Dedward4@gmail.com Can't make March 19. Genuinely interested, please send email with any notes or tasks after next meeting. Good at research. Also I have a street furniture idea that may interest Dave.
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Celia Beketacbeketa@gmail.com
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Cara Chellewcarachellew@gmail.com
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General Interests:
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Name Contact InfoInterests/ProjectsEtc.
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Cara Chellewdefensiveto@gmail.comOrganizing TPSC Meetings, Public Space Research, Defensive/Hostile Urbanismwww.defensiveTO.com
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HiMY SYeD | City of Labyrinths ProjectTwitter.com/LabyrinthsDOTcaUrban Acupuncture / Tactical Urbanism + Giant Outstallation Land Art or Tape Arthttp://Labyrinths.ca
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Leah Bobetleah@leahbobet.comUrban greening/tree-planting/guerilla gardening's more large adult sibling (whatever that looks like), role of public space in overall neighbourhood livability, supporting inclusive/multimodal community uses of public spaces, supporting other people's projects: I'm a solid hand at grant applications, organizing, and paperwork.http://www.leahbobet.com
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James Hetmanek
peoplepower@tuneyourride.com, james.hetmanek@gmail.com
I'd like to see weekly community open stages in parks across the city culminate in a yearly showcase/festival. BOON = Best of our Neighbourhoods. I run Tune Your Ride and ran Toronto Bicycle Music Festival for awhile. I can generate electricity with bicycles.tuneyourride.com
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Geoff Kettelgkettel@gmail.com
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Jason AshThorncliffeFriends@gmail.comEnhancing the Thorncliffe Park Community.
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Sarena Seifersarena.seifer@gmail.comCommunity-university partnerships, heritage preservation, de-colonizing the cityTwitter: @yyzgirl, IG: @yyzgrrl
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Karen Zurek
karen.zurek@gmail.comWalking/road safety (see link for my current personal project), park space & other aspects of public realm that contribute to an inclusive and de-colonized city. (esp. seating, restrooms, waste disposal and how rules & regulations shape use). Interested in contribting to new/existing projects and have administrative/analytical/visual presentation skills to share/contributehttp://karenzurek.space/bureaucrabops
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Anne Simpson-Porco
anne.simpson.porco@gmail.com
Interested in building a more equitable and socially cohesive city. Current project is called Museum.Of, which uses pop-up museums to facilitate connections in ways that support peoples' skill, career and personal development.
Also interested in how to best support public education at the secondary and primary levels.
@simpsonporco
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Alexandra Flynnaeflynn@mac.comGovernance of public spacesTwitter: @alexandraeflynn
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Lori kufner Lori.kufner@gmail.com
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Brandon Wiedemann
brandon.wiedemann@yahoo.com
Mississauga based community building. interest in adopting successes wrt pop ups and pilots, cycling and pedestrians, health impacts and uses of public spaces. @medikbrandon SHORA.ca
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Elnaz Ghafoorielnaz.ghafoori@gmail.comComplexity of urban public spaces, both informal and formal spaces. Planning to make a series of Toronto-focused public space discussion podcasts and would be great to hear ideas, inspirations and thoughts!
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Linda Salemlindamsalem@gmail.comInterested in the connection between urban space and public art and interested in bringing more public art to the suburbs, I am interested in revitalizing ravine space for public use, and for the use of design concious lighting in public spaces for minimal light polution, would love to be a part of future projectsTwitter: @linda_salem
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Annalisa Longoannalisalongo9@gmail.com
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Danielle Hydedanielle@tiba.city
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Alexis Venerusalexisvenerus@gmail.com@alexus_projects Interested in art and how creative interaction can lead to stronger community
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Bareket Kezwerbareket.kezwer@gmail.comold tyme graphic designer; CS5.bareketkezwer.com
womxnpaint.org
@bkez & @womxnpaint on instagram
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Henri FabergéHenri Fabergéusing performance art and conceptual games to encourage the public to participate in civic engagement
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Rachel Singersingerr@uoguelph.ca
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Gerry Dunnmrpixel@ballydunn.com
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Marijana Cuvalomarijanacuvalo@gmail.comTW: @MarijanaCuvalo
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Dave Edwards Dedward4@gmail.com I'd like to pay for city street parking spots for a day and use them for public gardens, places to sit, performance stagesTW: @bikeTO
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Tamara Romanchuk
tamara.clayandpaper@gmail.com
As Toronto's only resident theatre company of a park for 25 years, our aim is to reunite art with the daily life of the community, and to make art accessible to all. We'd like to continue to explore how to decrease barriers to experiencing and particpating with art in public space and how we can build infrastructure that supports artists to practice their art in public space. We think that these art-inspired interactions in public space encourage us to gather together and talk about the important things affecting our communities.
https://www.facebook.com/clayandpaper/
https://www.instagram.com/clay.paper.theatre/
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Sami Coopersami.cooper94@gmail.comthe policy/governance around rejuvination and placemaking.
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