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Located in Little Jamaica, the organization is expanding to become Canada's first multidisciplinary professional art space dedicated to Black art
The annual sundown to sun-up art event goes digital this year with augmented and virtual reality exhibitions, livestreamed talks, video screenings and a podcast series
From a drive-in symphony to livestreamed dance shows, the season is full of cultural events – online and a few IRL
The curator's Contact Photo Festival show Three-Thirty is an ode to Malvern, the neighbourhood she grew up in
Whether you're ready to mask up and head out to the galleries or prefer to check-in virtually, these 12 exhibitions have something for everybody
An image from the artist's Concrete Indians series puts the Indigenous urban experience front and centre on the downtown campus
Originally set to open at the ROM this past spring, the exhibition will now touch down on September 19
Starting August 21, professional dancer and certified trainer Amy Walsh will lead morning Barre Flow classes inside the sprawling digital art show
The sixth annual public art exhibition transforms four lifeguard stations on Woodbine Beach into sensorial sculptures
The new year brought 230 new emojis, but a classic one has grown more embittered in our trying times
What to do at the design fest, including Interior Design Show, Come Up To My Room and Hot Docs's Art, Architecture, Design Film Festival
The annual public art exhibition on the eastern beaches will feature sun, sound and augmented reality
The new Nia Centre for the Arts wants to be a community hub in the rapidly gentrifying Little Jamaica neighbourhood.
Nuit Blanche is a bit different this year.
In light of ongoing COVID-19 health and safety restrictions, the city has.
Organizers of the fall big literary, art, stage and music events in Toronto are getting creative to keep culture alive.
Liz Kiriko / Courtesy of Anique Jordan
THREE-THIRTY as part of CONTACT PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL at Lester B. Pearson Collegiate Institute (150.