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Waterfront Wednesdays

Jack Layton Ferry Terminal 9 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON

The Waterfront BIA is launching a new program with local businesses at Toronto’s waterfront to create unforgettable experiences on Wednesdays. Every Wednesday, for the next five weeks, you can enjoy unique experiences or special offers with select businesses. From free boat tours and fitness classes to discounted tickets to area attractions to picnics delivered straight […]

Architects of Hip Hop

Opens: April 28 / Closes: Canada Day, July 1, 2023. Sheinina Lolita Raj’s professional career began in the 1998 when she moved from Vancouver to Toronto. As an artist whose primary discipline is photography Sheinina turned to the music industry. “I wanted to collaborate with artists expressing in sound and enhance their voice through visual […]


In alliance with Contact Photography Festival, Doors Open Toronto and Multiculturalism Day, the Withrow Common Gallery, a CNE Association Venue will feature INTERCULTURAL . Opening Reception: Thursday, April 27, 6-9pm. Opens: April 28 / Closes: Canada Day, July 1, 2023. Sheinina Lolita Raj is an internationally awarded and critically acclaimed Educator, Author and Interdisciplinary Artist who […]


Aga Khan Museum 77 Wynford Dr, Toronto, ON

Join us as we explore Rumi's enduring impact through an examination of artifacts, manuscripts, and contemporary art. Rumi will take you on a visual voyage through his early life in Central Asia, his experiences with displacement and migration, and his transformation into one of the most important mystical poets of the Persian-Islamic tradition. The exhibition will take a […]


Toronto, Dali is here! Discover the Magic of Divina Dali: A Journey into the Surreal World of Art. Running from April 13 to June 25, the exhibit is presented at Brookfield Place displaying the largest collection of Salvador Dali artworks ever seen in Toronto. Get your tickets today:

Immersive Disney Animation

One Yonge Street 1 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON

More than 350,000 visitors - and counting - have experienced the magic at Immersive Disney Animation. Step inside your favorite Disney songs and stories - and see them come to life around you. You’ll also get to interact with exhibits designed to take you behind the scenes for a peek at how Walt Disney Animation […]

Radical Remembrance: The Sculptures of David Ruben Piqtoukun

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) 317 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON

Radical Remembrance highlights the material inventiveness and narrative vision of sculptor David Ruben Piqtoukun and features his recent works alongside artworks from the AGO Collection. Winner of the 2022 Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts, Piqtoukun ᑎᕕᑎ ᐱᑐᑯ ᕈᐱᐃᓐ  sculpts in stone, metal, wood and bone combining different materials in unique and tricky ways to enhance the stories that […]

Cassatt – McNicoll: Impressionists Between Worlds

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) 317 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON

This groundbreaking exhibition brings together for the first time the work of two pioneering women Impressionist painters, Mary Cassatt (American, 1844-1926) and Helen McNicoll (Canadian, 1879-1915).  Renowned for their depictions of modern womanhood, their work had a profound impact on the development and proliferation of Impressionism in North America. Drawing upon the AGO’s significant collection […]

Wolfgang Tillmans: To look without fear

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) 317 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON

A major retrospective of artist Wolfgang Tillmans, shown for the first time in Canada, opens in Spring 2023. Tillmans’ photography ranges from intimate observations to incisive commentary on the shape of our world today. This momentous exhibition will feature ecstatic images of nightlife, sensitive portraits, architectural studies, documents of social movements, still lifes, astronomical phenomena […]

Feels Like Home

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) 317 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON

What does “home” mean to you? Featuring works produced by the creative agency Sunday School, Feels Like Home invites audiences to consider contemporary conversations around the notion of home. Together with artists from across Africa and the diaspora, Sunday School strives to share diverse stories and perspectives that reflect their collaborative ethos. Through a selection of photographs […]

Sarah Anne Johnson | Woodland

Stephen Bulger Gallery 1356 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON

Frustrated with how her photographs seemed only capable of recording what was in front of the camera, over the last twenty years, Johnson has devised different methodologies to use her photographs as a point of departure. By manipulating the photograph’s surface, Johnson creates one that better communicates her impressions to the viewer. In this way, […]

Aziz Hazara: Bow Echo

Mercer Union presents Bow Echo, the first solo exhibition in Canada by Aziz Hazara. Guest curated by Nasrin Himada, the exhibition features the immersive video installation, Bow Echo (2019), in which five boys are seen braving harsh winds to climb atop a large rock from which they ceremonially sound a kazoo—a small gesture that hopes to […]

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