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The McLuhan Salons series 2018-2019

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This Sunday Dec 16: “The Medium”, a Marshall McLuhan board game, will be on display this Sunday, Dec. 16, at the Tarragon Theater in Toronto for the final show of “The Message”. Show up at 1:00 PM, come to play and then see the show.

This January 18, 2019: Save the date, we are teaming up with the Mozilla Foundation for the first McLuhan Salon of the Winter season. Further details soon!  

This June (27-29): We teamed up with the Media Ethics international conference, taking place in Toronto June 27-30, 2019. Save the date: a pre-conference event, open to the public, will take on June 26, 2019 at the Toronto Reference Library. Stay tuned!

We look forward to seeing you soon!
Tarragon Theater
“The Medium” delivered atTHE MESSAGE Sunday DEC 16th 2018, 1:00 PMTerragon Theatre, 30 Bridgman Ave, Toronto, Canada
 Join us for the final show of “The Message”, a long-awaited Marshall McLuhan play, written by Governor General’s Literary Award winner for Drama Jason Sherman; with R.H. Thomson as Marshall McLuhan.
Show up at 1:00 PM to play with “The Medium”, a Marshall McLuhan board game, and then see the show.
“The Medium” Board Game Playing at Parragon Theater
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SAVE THE DATE: JAN 18, 2019McLuhan Salon at Mozilla Foundation
The beautiful Mozilla Foundation HQ down town Toronto will host the first McLuhan Salon of the Winter season. Special topic: Digital Literacy and Misinformation.
Save the date: Friday JAN 18, 2019, 6:00 PM. Stay tuned!
The University of Toronto / St. Michael’s College and the Media Ecology Association invite paper and panel proposals for presentation at MEA 20th Annual Convention – “Media Ethics. Human Ecology in a Connected World” – taking place on 27-30 June 2019 at the University of Toronto.Final Call-for-Papers deadline is January 15, 2019. 

Save the date: a pre-conference event, open to the public, will take on June 26,2019 at the Toronto Reference Library. 
Check it out!
Inspired by the innovative thinking of Marshall McLuhan, the McLuhan Salons series is committed to make McLuhan’s ideas step out of the university and into the city, to better understand who we are, what matters to us, and where we might be going in a networked and rapidly changing world.

The McLuhan Salon series is generously supported by the William and Nona Heaslip Foundation.

Curators: Paolo Granata and David Nostbakken
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