Pages UnBound is a curated series of events that combine performance and interview while exploring the creative process.
Each mixed media event deftly marries new and old technology, and combines some of the most interesting contemporary Canadian writers with practitioners from digital media and other art forms. Under the careful stewardship of Marc Glassman – a mind deeply embedded in the Toronto arts community – each event is truly a performance piece, created for the Pages UnBound audience.
Pages UnBound is a natural outgrowth of three institutions; the multiple award-winning independent Pages Books & Magazines, This Is Not A Reading Series (TINARS), and the Pages Festival + Conference, all created by Artistic Director Marc Glassman with the intention of creating an environment where writers, artists, aficionados and lovers of cultural experiences can come together as part of a community. Marc is an event producer, editor, film programmer, writer and broadcaster and was awarded the Toronto Arts Award in literature in 2000 and the Tom Berner Prize for support of independent filmmaking in 2003. He was the proprietor of Pages on Queen Street West in Toronto for 30 years.