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Design Exchange (DX)

Map234 Bay Street
Toronto, ON M5K 1B2
CA
647-643-6037
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Design Exchange is a cultural institution that champions creative thinking, inspires problem solving, and celebrates innovative talent in Canada and around the world.

Established in 1994, Design Exchange serves as Canada's design hub, by being a crossroads for multiple disciplines that demonstrate the power of design, innovation, and technology to change the world for the better for everyone, through the delivery of a range of engaging and enriching public programs and exhibitions.

Design Exchange provides access to hands-on, design-based learning for Ontario's youth and general populations with the goal of inspiring the next generation of creative problem solvers and engaging the general public in the value and potential of design solutions to the world's greatest challenges.

March Break and Summer Camps

During March Break, and in July and August, Design Exchange offers engaging camps for young designers ages 6 to 14. Conveniently located in the heart of Toronto’s Financial District, the former Toronto Stock Exchange building offers a unique environment for these specialized camp sessions. A qualified team of experienced education staff and instructors leads the programs. See our website for complete details.

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During March Break, and in July and August, Design Exchange offers engaging camps for young designers ages 6 to 14.

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