The last day of Digifest is meant to share ideas with the world! Completely free and open to the public to attend, our expo floor will buzz with activity throughout the day. All ages are welcome to attend! Digifest will show off the latest innovations in the Interactive Zone, wrap up the 2019 Educators Forum, invite attendees to experience the realities of living with autism, and host 3 final hands-on workshops!
The Autism Reality Experience is an innovative and inspirational training session designed to give participants a virtual experience of living with autism. This is a very practical, hands on experience that gives participants a greater insight into autism and helps us see the world from an autistic person’s perspective.
15 Minute Sessions will be running the whole day.
Participate in pairs!
Revelo’s premium folding bike are the most portable and convenient designs for city living. Revelo’s patented innovations result in bikes that fold and roll faster, store thinner and ride better. Revelo knows that well-designed portable vehicles empower people to Go Everywhere.
Experience the fun and freedom.
We believe that the best way to learn science is by making things and then teaching others how to do it! This allows free learning
Discovering Hoop Dance
First Nations’ hoop dance is older than the grass. But younger than the mountains.
Learn this traditional energetic, acrobatic dance to hone your agility and coordination.
This class, for ages six and up, introduces the vocabulary of hoop dancing styles from across Turtle Island.
Participants will learn how to construct their own hoops, create symbolic shapes and bring them to life through hoop dance choreography.
The class is taught by dance artist Arik Pipestem.
Launchpad is a state-of-the-art facility that houses a unique mix of multi-disciplinary creative production studios, equipment and tools as well as spacious, open work and collaboration spaces along Toronto’s waterfront.
Time: 12:00 – 1:00pm
Address: 130 Queen’s Quay East, 4th floor
Touching From A Distance presents recent digital art works immersed into the book shelves and media hardware at the Goethe Media Space. All works deal with transmediation, the process of translating information between different co-existing media–analog or digital, written or visual. Artists featured include:
Jonas Blume (DE), Manja Ebert (DE), Ornella Fieres (DE), Aron Lesnik (DE), Lorna Mills (CAN), Sarah Oh-Mock (DE), Julia Charlotte Richter (DE), Anna Ridler (UK), The Swan Collective (DE), Tina Wilke (DE).
Curated by Tina Sauerländer (peer to space)
Time: 12:00 – 1:00pm
Address: 100 University Ave, North Tower, 2nd Floor