Duchamp Accelerated is an international symposium that brings together academic and non-academic researchers from around the world in an effort to re-think Marcel Duchamp, his art and ideas, within the contemporary moment.
Organized by Julian Jason Haladyn and co-organized by Maya Wilson-Sanchez.
Saturday 7 March and Sunday 8 March 2020
Presented at OCAD University:
100 McCaul Street
Toronto Ontario M5T 1W1
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Public Transit Options:
- Take the 505 street-car to Dundas St West at McCaul St (Stop ID: 2174). Once you get off, head South about 3 minutes to the OCADU Building. (This street car is not accessible)
- Take the 501 street-car to McCaul St at Queen St West (Stop ID: S_MCQU). Once you get off, head North about 3 minutes to the OCADU Building (This street car is not accessible)
- Take the Line 1 (University Line) to Osgoode Station – this station is accessible. From here you would need to head West on Queen St W. for about 5 minutes and then turn right onto McCaul St. and head North for 3 minutes.
There is parking along most of the streets by OCADU. There is also a small parking lot directly to the right of the OCADU Entrance. All parking is at the cost of the person attending.
Presented at OCAD University in Partnership with:
- Office of the President
- Office of Graduate Studies
- Contemporary Art, Design, and New Media Art Histories
- Criticism and Curatorial Practice
- Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences and School of Interdisciplinary Studies
This research was supported by the:
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
This research was supported by:
OCAD University / Room 190
100 McCaul St
Toronto ON M5T 1W1