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Check out the activities and events surrounding Marshall McLuhan Week in Toronto from
Monday, July 18, 2011 to Sunday, July 24, 2011
The McLuhan Legacy Network (MLN) is pleased to announce the inaugural McLuhan Legacy Network Festival (MLN Festival) programme, Connecting the Visible with the Invisible, a multi-disciplinary event that celebrates and explores Marshall McLuhan’s legacy.

The MLN Festival, a new collaborative initiative, has gathered visionaries, artists, architects, writers, musicians, academics and technology experts, business brokers and entrepreneurs for a week-long public celebration, exploration and exchange of ideas about the work and ideas of Marshall McLuhan.

Media installations, panel discussions and special events will take place throughout the city of Toronto from Monday, July 18, 2011 to Sunday, July 24, 2011



Download The MLN Festival Programme here:
Connecting the Visible with the Invisible (pdf 134 KB)





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Marshall McLuhan
One of the most controversial and original thinkers of our time, McLuhan is universally regarded as the father of communications and media studies.

But he is far more than that. A cha­ris­matic figure, whose remarkable per­ception propelled him onto the inter­national stage, McLuhan became the prophet of the new information age.

In his own time he drew both ac­col­ades and criticism for his intuitive vision, his steady stream of thought-provoking metaphors, and fast-for­ward glimpses into a world where software would eclipse hardware and the power of mass media would eclipse the power of government. The information super­high­way fulfilled his perceptive ob­ser­va­tion that the world would ultimately become a "global village."

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