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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 […]


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 […]

Jewish Music Week in Toronto

Various Locations Toronto, ON

Celebrating all styles of Jewish Music from Sephardic, Klezmer, Holocaust, Israeli pop, Broadway & Hollywood, Yiddish Theatre, Jazz & Big Band, Cantorial, Folk, Gospel and more! Daytime events and Gala Evening Concerts all over town and most daytime events are free. Please visit our website for daily, detailed program listings with venues & times. […]

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 […]

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 […]

Diversity and Community: 50 Years of Photographic Works by Vincenzo Pietropaolo

James Rottman Fine Art Gallery 830 St. Clair Ave. West, Toronto, ON

Presented with James Rottman Fine Art and as part of CONTACT Photography Festival The exhibition consists of works spanning fifty years from the artist’s work, including many inspired by his upcoming book, Toronto as Community. This body of work chronicles the daily lives of ordinary residents of the city, the evolution of labour and social […]

Rafael Goldchain: Journeys to the Imaginary

James Rottman Fine Art Gallery 830 St. Clair Ave. West, Toronto, ON

The exhibition will highlight two acclaimed series of the artist's career. The photographic images in the series I Am My Family represent reenactments of Rafael Goldchain’s ancestors, real and fictional. Goldchain’s self-portraits are fueled by the desire to remember, to mourn, to connect with his lost family, and with the world they lived in. The […]

“All-Seeing Work, Forever Work” by Kamika Peters co-presented by Trinity Square Video

Installation by Kamika Peters with exhibition essay by Vince Rozario. Through found objects, images, wisdom and industrial materials, “All-Seeing Work, Forever Work” serves to visually express a personal and collective experience. The artist’s primary focus being to overcome isolation and build relationships while sharing a glimmer of the abundance of creative power found at centre. […]

Scotiabank Photography Award: Jin-me Yoon

The Image Centre 33 Gould St, Toronto, ON

This exhibition, composed of seminal series along with new works, celebrates artist Jin-me Yoon’s lens-based art. Korean-born and based in Vancouver, Yoon reflects critically upon the construction of national and diasporic identities in relation to her personal experience and broader geopolitical contexts. The artist, winner of the Scotiabank Photography Award (2022), repurposes visual stereotypes and […]


Narcissus an interactive photo mosaic of non-conforming bodies; wrinkles, muscle, skin tone, gender nonconformity, all united together in one brilliant image. Participants will be able to take photos with their phones and use a printer within the gallery to add to the installation.  Viewers are also encouraged to participate before the show on Instagram, (@renato.baldin) […]

TD Music Connected Series Celebrates Pride!

Union Station 55 Front St W, Toronto, ON

Attention all Drag fans! Get ready to sashay your way to TD Music Connected Series Celebrates Pride at Union Station on May 31st for an electrifying event that'll kick off Pride Month with a bang! We've got an amazing Drag show in store for you, featuring none other than the one and only World Renowned […]

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