Fourth Friday’s is back and ready to showcase the creative talents that this city has to offer! Come out to 2016’s inaugural event as we join local writer and artist Daniel Rotsztain who will be hosting a colouring party for grown-ups… I mean these kinds of books are all the rage these days, right? But it’s more than just that for Daniel.
Daniel first explored Toronto during childhood bike rides through the city with his father. Toronto’s dazzling mish-mash of architecture, culture and ravines has fascinated him ever since.
Daniel studied Urban Geography at McGill University in Montreal, and has since lived in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Amsterdam.
Daniel is the The Urban Geographer: a freelance artist, writer and cartographer trying to make sense of the city. All The Libraries Toronto has been the perfect project for Daniel, combining his love of Toronto, geography, architecture and exploring the city by bike, foot and TTC.
And don’t worry! This isn’t just some promotional book tour for the author. Different pages from All the Libraries Toronto featuring branches of the city’s public library will be available to draw from and various activities, such as telephone pictionary, will be held.
Who’s hosting this thing? Daniel Rotsztain, the Urban Geographer, author and illustrator
What’s this all about? Presentation and colouring party for All the Libraries Toronto, the adult colouring book with captions featuring every branch of the Toronto Public Library out now from Dundurn Press, a Canadian publisher.
When is it? 7 to 10pm
How much is it? PWYC (Pay What You Can)
For more information about All the Libraries Toronto and to purchase the book, visit allthelibraries.ca.
To RSVP the event, check out our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/FourthFridaysGuelph/