Daniel Rotsztain is the Urban Geographer, an artist, writer and cartographer whose work examines our relationship to the places we inhabit. The author of All the Libraries Toronto, a colouring book featuring every branch of Toronto Public Library, Daniel now sits on Toronto Public Library’s Board of Directors. A regular columnist for CBC radio’s Here and Now where he discusses day trips exploring the natural beauty and cultural dynamism of Southern Ontario, Daniel’s work has also been featured in Spacing Magazine, the Globe and Mail and Now Magazine. A recent graduate of the University of Guelph”s Master of Landscape Architecture program, his thesis focused on enhancing local strip mall landscapes for pedestrians, forming the basis of plazaPOPS, a project implementing community-designed strip mall gathering spaces in Scarborough.
Announcing Closing Speaker Daniel Rotsztain!
- Post author:iwb
- Post published:January 10, 2019
- Post category:IWB 2019 / News and Updates / Speaker