The McLuhan Centre for Culture & Technology presents Monday Night Seminars
The Monday Night Seminars carry on the tradition of Marshall McLuhan's public seminars at the University of Toronto. They are designed to challenge prevailing cultural notions about technology and provoke new insight on the possibilities for a more equitable technological future.
All seminars take place in the same intimate Coach House setting where McLuhan once held court. In this up-close and personal environment, a range of thinkers: academics, activists, scientists, artists, designers, and planners will explore digital culture. Select seminars will be led by the Centre's Working Groups creating a bridge between research happening in the space and these public forums.
The Monday Night Seminars run from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. They are free of charge to attend, but registration is required through Eventbrite. A link is posted on social media when registration is open, approximately two weeks before each event date. Click here for further information