Event Information

Location

Public Art: New Ways of Thinking & Working will take place in the Accolade West Building (ACW) on York University's Keele Campus. Accolade West Building is locatedat 89 York Boulevard, Toronto and can be found on the York Interactive map:  http://www.yorku.ca/web/maps/

Details regarding travel to York University’s Keele campus using public transit can be found here: http://maps.info.yorku.ca/keele-campus/keele-transit-directions/
If you are coming from downtown Toronto, we recommend taking the TTC Subway to Downsview Station and then taking the 196 A University Rocket bus to the York University Keele Campus.

Coffee, snacks and lunch will be provided for attendees of the symposium. Additiional food and beverages can be found at the following:
Schulich Executive Dining Hall:
http://seec.schulich.yorku.ca/about-us/contact-locations/schulich-executive-learning-centre/
The Underground Restaurant, located on the Student Centre: http://myunderground.ca/restaurant/


Interactive Map

4700 Keele Street
Toronto, Ontario, M3J 1P3
416-736-2100

Public parking can be found at the Student Services Parking Garage.

 

Schedule

May 18 -20, 2017

Keynote address Friday evening with Dr. Cameron Cartiere, with a reception at AGYU to follow.

Panels, presentations and workshops will take place all day Friday and Saturday, and the symposium will end Saturday evening.

 

Accommodation:

A limited number of rooms have been reserved for attendees of the symposium at the Executive Learning Centre in Schulich School of Business (www.acc-schulichexecutiveconferencecentre.com ) located on York University's Keele Campus. Attendees can book a room by emailing to reservations@schulich.yorku.ca or calling 416-650-8300.
When booking use code #211211

Accessing Wireless service on York University Campus:

York is an eduroam enabled campus. eduroam is a Wi-Fi Internet access service which allows students, researchers and staff from participating institutions to obtain Internet connectivity across campus and when visiting other participating institutions using their home credentials. You can learn more about eduroam here https://www.eduroam.org/what-is-eduroam/
More information here: http://student.computing.yorku.ca/eduroam/