Off-Site Walking Tours

Join us on a walk to visit our Industry partners for tours of their offices, installations, and exclusive behind the scenes access to facilities all over the city!

Please sign up at Digifest registration desk.




Artscape Daniels Launchpad

Launchpad is a state-of-the-art facility that houses a unique mix of multi-disc

iplinary creative production studios, equipment and tools as well as spacious, open work and collaboration spaces along Toronto’s waterfront.

Address: 130 Queen’s Quay East, 4th floor



Toronto Technology Center Tour

Autodesk is working to help solve some of the world’s most complex design problems, from pressing ecological challenges to the development of scalable smart infrastructure.

Address: 661 University Ave., Suite 200

Cisco Canada

Innovation Centre Tour

The Cisco Innovation Centre Toronto, one of nine Cisco Innovation Centres worldwide, is designed to catalyze and showcase digital innovation and development. The Centre brings together customers, industry collaborators, startups, application developers, accelerators, government organizations and universities to work on real world problems, with a focus on urban innovation (including smart cities, urban mobility, and environmental transformation), healthcare and financial services transformation.

Address: RBC WaterPark Phase III, 88 Queen’s Quay West

Goethe Institut

Installation: Touching From a Distance II

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)



100 University Ave, North Tower, 2nd Floor


Educators Forum