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 ABOUT PROJECT UTOPIA

We believe that creativity is more than just a hobby; it's a valuable skill that can lead to fulfilling careers and change lives. We are here to help guide those within the creative industries to success. 

 

Our approach includes; gallery events to provide opportunity for artists to showcase their work, social media content to keep everyone informed on opportunities, and an online forum for the creative community.

 

But our vision doesn't stop there.

One of our most ambitious goals is to introduce Project Utopia to high schools, inspiring the next generation to embrace creativity as a pathway to success. We also plan to includes an updated job board that prioritizes creative positions, and workshops that give everyone a chance to grow and learn.

Partners & Sponsors

We would not have been able to do what we have done so far without our partners and sponsors. So this is our big thank you to them. Make sure to check out what they do and what they stand for below. You can find more information by clicking on their logo. If you have any questions regarding sponsorship or partnership options - please contact us today !

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Exhibit Media is a new media/news company based out of Downtown Toronto, and lead by students from Toronto Metropolitan University. They focus on creating content that tells a story; from photography, to written articles to video content. We are so happy that they have decided to join us at Project X to film video content of our event. Click on their logo to learn more!

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Designed entirely out of shipping containers, the market is an ever-evolving cultural marketplace featuring a mix of shops, a microbrewery, top chefs, killer city views + lots of ongoing community programming. Stackt market is our venue for our Project X event on February 3rd. Click on their logo to learn more!

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The Society of the Creative School (SCS) is a student-led society representing all full-time undergraduate students within The Creative School at Toronto Metropolitan University. The SCS was started for students, by students, with the goal of uniting all 9 schools and 15 programs under The Creative School. 

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