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October 30 - November 28, 2020

Friday, October 30

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
Tom Thomson, Autumn Woods, 1915

EXHIBITION Prior to his tragic death in 1917, Thomson dazzled his fellow artists with the brilliance of his oil sketches—works which would become Canadian...

Toronto International Festival of Authors

The Toronto International Festival of Authors (TIFA), Canada’s largest and longest-running festival of words and ideas, returns for its 41st edition in a...

Virtual Event
Franklin Carmichael, October Gold, 1922

EXHIBITION To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the...

Inner coffin of Nestawedjat, 25th Dynasty, about 700–680 BC, Probably Thebes, Egypt, Wood and plaster, EA 22812a. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mummies have captured our imagination throughout time. Uncover the secrets of six mummified individuals from ancient Egypt in this compelling exhibition from...

Woman's overdress. Around 1783. Dress made in England of Indian painted export cotton, hand-drawn, mordant-dyed, resist-dyed.

Explore an era of European botanical discovery and its cultural connections in Florals: Desire and Design. With world-wide exploration and the economic...

John Hartman, Canadian, b.1950, Sara Tilley, Elliston, 2017

EXHIBITION Ontario-based painter and printmaker John Hartman (b. 1950) embarked on a project to capture the intimate relationship between more than thirty...

Woman’s jacket. Made in coastal southeast India for the Dutch market; used in Hindeloopen, Friesland. Mordant-dyed and resist-dyed cotton, 18th century, 57.8 cm

Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Christi Belcourt, The Conversation, 2002

EXHIBITION Christi Belcourt—A Retrospective with Isaac Murdoch Uprising: The Power of Mother Earth, co-produced by the Thunder Bay Art Gallery and Carleton...

‘Pooh and Piglet go hunting’, Winnie-the- Pooh chapter 3, pen and ink sketch by E. H. Shepard, 1926. From the collection of Clive and Alison Beecham © The Shepard Trust.

Experience the timeless and universal appeal of one of the most adored fictional characters of all time – Winnie-the-Pooh –– in this immersive and playful...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Please note: A preview of this exhibition can safely be seen outdoors on the fence at BAND(at Brock Ave and Noble St).

Freedom Fighters: Ethiopia In this series, Dawit Tibebu, an Ethiopian Journalist and Photographer, explores the European colonization mission to Africa,...

Scrutinized by the Ancestors

The exhibit in the main floor Genesis Gallery is "scrutinized by the ancestors" ... following in a series that began a year ago with "Primal...

Escape 742!

Test your knowledge on the golden years of The Simpsons, Seasons 2 to 8 to escape the rooms. October 17th, 2020 to December 20th, 2020. Trivia Escape Rooms...

Haunted Hollows Scream Park

Experience 1.5 acres of an outdoor walk-through trail with live actors, themed scenes, and hundreds of life-size props. ⁣Dare to be scared? Visit Haunted...

 Daniel Lanois and Heavy Sun

This concert has been rescheduled to October 30, 2021. Daniel Lanois is a gifted musician, renowned producer, and ambient pioneer. From electro dynamics to...

Saturday, October 31

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
Tom Thomson, Autumn Woods, 1915

EXHIBITION Prior to his tragic death in 1917, Thomson dazzled his fellow artists with the brilliance of his oil sketches—works which would become Canadian...

Toronto International Festival of Authors

The Toronto International Festival of Authors (TIFA), Canada’s largest and longest-running festival of words and ideas, returns for its 41st edition in a...

Virtual Event
Franklin Carmichael, October Gold, 1922

EXHIBITION To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the...

Inner coffin of Nestawedjat, 25th Dynasty, about 700–680 BC, Probably Thebes, Egypt, Wood and plaster, EA 22812a. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mummies have captured our imagination throughout time. Uncover the secrets of six mummified individuals from ancient Egypt in this compelling exhibition from...

Woman's overdress. Around 1783. Dress made in England of Indian painted export cotton, hand-drawn, mordant-dyed, resist-dyed.

Explore an era of European botanical discovery and its cultural connections in Florals: Desire and Design. With world-wide exploration and the economic...

John Hartman, Canadian, b.1950, Sara Tilley, Elliston, 2017

EXHIBITION Ontario-based painter and printmaker John Hartman (b. 1950) embarked on a project to capture the intimate relationship between more than thirty...

Woman’s jacket. Made in coastal southeast India for the Dutch market; used in Hindeloopen, Friesland. Mordant-dyed and resist-dyed cotton, 18th century, 57.8 cm

Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Christi Belcourt, The Conversation, 2002

EXHIBITION Christi Belcourt—A Retrospective with Isaac Murdoch Uprising: The Power of Mother Earth, co-produced by the Thunder Bay Art Gallery and Carleton...

‘Pooh and Piglet go hunting’, Winnie-the- Pooh chapter 3, pen and ink sketch by E. H. Shepard, 1926. From the collection of Clive and Alison Beecham © The Shepard Trust.

Experience the timeless and universal appeal of one of the most adored fictional characters of all time – Winnie-the-Pooh –– in this immersive and playful...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Please note: A preview of this exhibition can safely be seen outdoors on the fence at BAND(at Brock Ave and Noble St).

Freedom Fighters: Ethiopia In this series, Dawit Tibebu, an Ethiopian Journalist and Photographer, explores the European colonization mission to Africa,...

Scrutinized by the Ancestors

The exhibit in the main floor Genesis Gallery is "scrutinized by the ancestors" ... following in a series that began a year ago with "Primal...

Escape 742!

Test your knowledge on the golden years of The Simpsons, Seasons 2 to 8 to escape the rooms. October 17th, 2020 to December 20th, 2020. Trivia Escape Rooms...

Guided Tour - Toronto Railway Museum

“Tales of the Rails” uncovers how Toronto’s railways shaped the social landscape of the city since their introduction in the early 1800s. How were Toronto’s...

Haunted Hollows Scream Park

Experience 1.5 acres of an outdoor walk-through trail with live actors, themed scenes, and hundreds of life-size props. ⁣Dare to be scared? Visit Haunted...

Halloween Virtual Star Party

Join us for spellbinding stargazing at our Halloween Virtual Star Party on Saturday, October 31 from 8-10 p.m. For the first time since 1944, a full Moon...

Sunday, November 1

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
Tom Thomson, Autumn Woods, 1915

EXHIBITION Prior to his tragic death in 1917, Thomson dazzled his fellow artists with the brilliance of his oil sketches—works which would become Canadian...

Toronto International Festival of Authors

The Toronto International Festival of Authors (TIFA), Canada’s largest and longest-running festival of words and ideas, returns for its 41st edition in a...

Virtual Event
Franklin Carmichael, October Gold, 1922

EXHIBITION To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the...

Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos

Toronto’s longest-running Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos celebration is back for its 17th season at Harbourfront Centre. This year’s Festival is a...

Inner coffin of Nestawedjat, 25th Dynasty, about 700–680 BC, Probably Thebes, Egypt, Wood and plaster, EA 22812a. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mummies have captured our imagination throughout time. Uncover the secrets of six mummified individuals from ancient Egypt in this compelling exhibition from...

Woman's overdress. Around 1783. Dress made in England of Indian painted export cotton, hand-drawn, mordant-dyed, resist-dyed.

Explore an era of European botanical discovery and its cultural connections in Florals: Desire and Design. With world-wide exploration and the economic...

John Hartman, Canadian, b.1950, Sara Tilley, Elliston, 2017

EXHIBITION Ontario-based painter and printmaker John Hartman (b. 1950) embarked on a project to capture the intimate relationship between more than thirty...

Woman’s jacket. Made in coastal southeast India for the Dutch market; used in Hindeloopen, Friesland. Mordant-dyed and resist-dyed cotton, 18th century, 57.8 cm

Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Christi Belcourt, The Conversation, 2002

EXHIBITION Christi Belcourt—A Retrospective with Isaac Murdoch Uprising: The Power of Mother Earth, co-produced by the Thunder Bay Art Gallery and Carleton...

‘Pooh and Piglet go hunting’, Winnie-the- Pooh chapter 3, pen and ink sketch by E. H. Shepard, 1926. From the collection of Clive and Alison Beecham © The Shepard Trust.

Experience the timeless and universal appeal of one of the most adored fictional characters of all time – Winnie-the-Pooh –– in this immersive and playful...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Please note: A preview of this exhibition can safely be seen outdoors on the fence at BAND(at Brock Ave and Noble St).

Freedom Fighters: Ethiopia In this series, Dawit Tibebu, an Ethiopian Journalist and Photographer, explores the European colonization mission to Africa,...

Escape 742!

Test your knowledge on the golden years of The Simpsons, Seasons 2 to 8 to escape the rooms. October 17th, 2020 to December 20th, 2020. Trivia Escape Rooms...

Guided Tour - Toronto Railway Museum

“Tales of the Rails” uncovers how Toronto’s railways shaped the social landscape of the city since their introduction in the early 1800s. How were Toronto’s...

South African Film Festival

The SAFF is proud to present features and documentaries that explore the rich culture, history and politics of South Africa. SAFF draws on the best of South...

Monday, November 2

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
#EatOutToHelpOut

Bars & Restaurants in Ontario are giving massive discounts in #EatOutToHelpOut campaign. EAT OUT between Monday and Wednesday to HELP OUT our entertainment...

Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos

Toronto’s longest-running Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos celebration is back for its 17th season at Harbourfront Centre. This year’s Festival is a...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Tuesday, November 3

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
#EatOutToHelpOut

Bars & Restaurants in Ontario are giving massive discounts in #EatOutToHelpOut campaign. EAT OUT between Monday and Wednesday to HELP OUT our entertainment...

Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos

Toronto’s longest-running Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos celebration is back for its 17th season at Harbourfront Centre. This year’s Festival is a...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Wednesday, November 4

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
#EatOutToHelpOut

Bars & Restaurants in Ontario are giving massive discounts in #EatOutToHelpOut campaign. EAT OUT between Monday and Wednesday to HELP OUT our entertainment...

Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos

Toronto’s longest-running Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos celebration is back for its 17th season at Harbourfront Centre. This year’s Festival is a...

Inner coffin of Nestawedjat, 25th Dynasty, about 700–680 BC, Probably Thebes, Egypt, Wood and plaster, EA 22812a. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mummies have captured our imagination throughout time. Uncover the secrets of six mummified individuals from ancient Egypt in this compelling exhibition from...

Woman's overdress. Around 1783. Dress made in England of Indian painted export cotton, hand-drawn, mordant-dyed, resist-dyed.

Explore an era of European botanical discovery and its cultural connections in Florals: Desire and Design. With world-wide exploration and the economic...

Woman’s jacket. Made in coastal southeast India for the Dutch market; used in Hindeloopen, Friesland. Mordant-dyed and resist-dyed cotton, 18th century, 57.8 cm

Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

‘Pooh and Piglet go hunting’, Winnie-the- Pooh chapter 3, pen and ink sketch by E. H. Shepard, 1926. From the collection of Clive and Alison Beecham © The Shepard Trust.

Experience the timeless and universal appeal of one of the most adored fictional characters of all time – Winnie-the-Pooh –– in this immersive and playful...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Buck a Shuck fresh local oysters from PEI

Every Wednesday's 4-10pm join us for Buck a Shuck, order unlimited amount of oysters for only for a $1. All oysters are local from PEI and fresh. Variety of...

Thursday, November 5

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
Tom Thomson, Autumn Woods, 1915

EXHIBITION Prior to his tragic death in 1917, Thomson dazzled his fellow artists with the brilliance of his oil sketches—works which would become Canadian...

Franklin Carmichael, October Gold, 1922

EXHIBITION To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the...

Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos

Toronto’s longest-running Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos celebration is back for its 17th season at Harbourfront Centre. This year’s Festival is a...

Inner coffin of Nestawedjat, 25th Dynasty, about 700–680 BC, Probably Thebes, Egypt, Wood and plaster, EA 22812a. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mummies have captured our imagination throughout time. Uncover the secrets of six mummified individuals from ancient Egypt in this compelling exhibition from...

Woman's overdress. Around 1783. Dress made in England of Indian painted export cotton, hand-drawn, mordant-dyed, resist-dyed.

Explore an era of European botanical discovery and its cultural connections in Florals: Desire and Design. With world-wide exploration and the economic...

Woman’s jacket. Made in coastal southeast India for the Dutch market; used in Hindeloopen, Friesland. Mordant-dyed and resist-dyed cotton, 18th century, 57.8 cm

Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Christi Belcourt, The Conversation, 2002

EXHIBITION Christi Belcourt—A Retrospective with Isaac Murdoch Uprising: The Power of Mother Earth, co-produced by the Thunder Bay Art Gallery and Carleton...

‘Pooh and Piglet go hunting’, Winnie-the- Pooh chapter 3, pen and ink sketch by E. H. Shepard, 1926. From the collection of Clive and Alison Beecham © The Shepard Trust.

Experience the timeless and universal appeal of one of the most adored fictional characters of all time – Winnie-the-Pooh –– in this immersive and playful...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Escape 742!

Test your knowledge on the golden years of The Simpsons, Seasons 2 to 8 to escape the rooms. October 17th, 2020 to December 20th, 2020. Trivia Escape Rooms...

Friday, November 6

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
Tom Thomson, Autumn Woods, 1915

EXHIBITION Prior to his tragic death in 1917, Thomson dazzled his fellow artists with the brilliance of his oil sketches—works which would become Canadian...

Franklin Carmichael, October Gold, 1922

EXHIBITION To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the...

Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos

Toronto’s longest-running Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos celebration is back for its 17th season at Harbourfront Centre. This year’s Festival is a...

Inner coffin of Nestawedjat, 25th Dynasty, about 700–680 BC, Probably Thebes, Egypt, Wood and plaster, EA 22812a. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mummies have captured our imagination throughout time. Uncover the secrets of six mummified individuals from ancient Egypt in this compelling exhibition from...

Woman's overdress. Around 1783. Dress made in England of Indian painted export cotton, hand-drawn, mordant-dyed, resist-dyed.

Explore an era of European botanical discovery and its cultural connections in Florals: Desire and Design. With world-wide exploration and the economic...

Woman’s jacket. Made in coastal southeast India for the Dutch market; used in Hindeloopen, Friesland. Mordant-dyed and resist-dyed cotton, 18th century, 57.8 cm

Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Christi Belcourt, The Conversation, 2002

EXHIBITION Christi Belcourt—A Retrospective with Isaac Murdoch Uprising: The Power of Mother Earth, co-produced by the Thunder Bay Art Gallery and Carleton...

‘Pooh and Piglet go hunting’, Winnie-the- Pooh chapter 3, pen and ink sketch by E. H. Shepard, 1926. From the collection of Clive and Alison Beecham © The Shepard Trust.

Experience the timeless and universal appeal of one of the most adored fictional characters of all time – Winnie-the-Pooh –– in this immersive and playful...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Escape 742!

Test your knowledge on the golden years of The Simpsons, Seasons 2 to 8 to escape the rooms. October 17th, 2020 to December 20th, 2020. Trivia Escape Rooms...

RMG Fridays: Focused

Join us in kicking off the gallery’s first ever Virtual RMG Fridays: Focused event! New name, but the same great event, and more! RMG Exposed is adapting...

7:30pm
Virtual Event
The Glenn Gould School Fall Opera: Kurt Weill's The Seven Deadly Sins and William Bolcom's Lucrezia

This in-venue performance has been replaced with a free online presentation on November 20, 2020. Students from The Glenn Gould School’s vocal program...

Nella and Daymé Arocena

This concert is postponed. New date to be announced. Award-winning Afro-Cuban jazz singer from Havana, “Arocena is one of the world’s fastest rising jazz...

Saturday, November 7

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
Tom Thomson, Autumn Woods, 1915

EXHIBITION Prior to his tragic death in 1917, Thomson dazzled his fellow artists with the brilliance of his oil sketches—works which would become Canadian...

Franklin Carmichael, October Gold, 1922

EXHIBITION To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the...

Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos

Toronto’s longest-running Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos celebration is back for its 17th season at Harbourfront Centre. This year’s Festival is a...

Inner coffin of Nestawedjat, 25th Dynasty, about 700–680 BC, Probably Thebes, Egypt, Wood and plaster, EA 22812a. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mummies have captured our imagination throughout time. Uncover the secrets of six mummified individuals from ancient Egypt in this compelling exhibition from...

Woman's overdress. Around 1783. Dress made in England of Indian painted export cotton, hand-drawn, mordant-dyed, resist-dyed.

Explore an era of European botanical discovery and its cultural connections in Florals: Desire and Design. With world-wide exploration and the economic...

Woman’s jacket. Made in coastal southeast India for the Dutch market; used in Hindeloopen, Friesland. Mordant-dyed and resist-dyed cotton, 18th century, 57.8 cm

Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Christi Belcourt, The Conversation, 2002

EXHIBITION Christi Belcourt—A Retrospective with Isaac Murdoch Uprising: The Power of Mother Earth, co-produced by the Thunder Bay Art Gallery and Carleton...

‘Pooh and Piglet go hunting’, Winnie-the- Pooh chapter 3, pen and ink sketch by E. H. Shepard, 1926. From the collection of Clive and Alison Beecham © The Shepard Trust.

Experience the timeless and universal appeal of one of the most adored fictional characters of all time – Winnie-the-Pooh –– in this immersive and playful...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Escape 742!

Test your knowledge on the golden years of The Simpsons, Seasons 2 to 8 to escape the rooms. October 17th, 2020 to December 20th, 2020. Trivia Escape Rooms...

The Glenn Gould School Fall Opera:  Kurt Weill's The Seven Deadly Sins and William Bolcom's Lucrezia

This in-venue performance has been replaced with a free online presentation on November 20, 2020. Students from The Glenn Gould School’s vocal program...

 Cameron Carpenter plays Goldberg Variations on the organ

Cameron Carpenter plays Goldberg Variations on the organ “One of the rare musicians who changes the game of his instrument” (Los Angeles Times), Cameron...

Sunday, November 8

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
Tom Thomson, Autumn Woods, 1915

EXHIBITION Prior to his tragic death in 1917, Thomson dazzled his fellow artists with the brilliance of his oil sketches—works which would become Canadian...

Franklin Carmichael, October Gold, 1922

EXHIBITION To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the...

Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos

Toronto’s longest-running Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos celebration is back for its 17th season at Harbourfront Centre. This year’s Festival is a...

Inner coffin of Nestawedjat, 25th Dynasty, about 700–680 BC, Probably Thebes, Egypt, Wood and plaster, EA 22812a. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mummies have captured our imagination throughout time. Uncover the secrets of six mummified individuals from ancient Egypt in this compelling exhibition from...

Woman's overdress. Around 1783. Dress made in England of Indian painted export cotton, hand-drawn, mordant-dyed, resist-dyed.

Explore an era of European botanical discovery and its cultural connections in Florals: Desire and Design. With world-wide exploration and the economic...

Woman’s jacket. Made in coastal southeast India for the Dutch market; used in Hindeloopen, Friesland. Mordant-dyed and resist-dyed cotton, 18th century, 57.8 cm

Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Christi Belcourt, The Conversation, 2002

EXHIBITION Christi Belcourt—A Retrospective with Isaac Murdoch Uprising: The Power of Mother Earth, co-produced by the Thunder Bay Art Gallery and Carleton...

‘Pooh and Piglet go hunting’, Winnie-the- Pooh chapter 3, pen and ink sketch by E. H. Shepard, 1926. From the collection of Clive and Alison Beecham © The Shepard Trust.

Experience the timeless and universal appeal of one of the most adored fictional characters of all time – Winnie-the-Pooh –– in this immersive and playful...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Escape 742!

Test your knowledge on the golden years of The Simpsons, Seasons 2 to 8 to escape the rooms. October 17th, 2020 to December 20th, 2020. Trivia Escape Rooms...

Monday, November 9

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
#EatOutToHelpOut

Bars & Restaurants in Ontario are giving massive discounts in #EatOutToHelpOut campaign. EAT OUT between Monday and Wednesday to HELP OUT our entertainment...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Tuesday, November 10

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
#EatOutToHelpOut

Bars & Restaurants in Ontario are giving massive discounts in #EatOutToHelpOut campaign. EAT OUT between Monday and Wednesday to HELP OUT our entertainment...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Wednesday, November 11

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
#EatOutToHelpOut

Bars & Restaurants in Ontario are giving massive discounts in #EatOutToHelpOut campaign. EAT OUT between Monday and Wednesday to HELP OUT our entertainment...

Inner coffin of Nestawedjat, 25th Dynasty, about 700–680 BC, Probably Thebes, Egypt, Wood and plaster, EA 22812a. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mummies have captured our imagination throughout time. Uncover the secrets of six mummified individuals from ancient Egypt in this compelling exhibition from...

Woman's overdress. Around 1783. Dress made in England of Indian painted export cotton, hand-drawn, mordant-dyed, resist-dyed.

Explore an era of European botanical discovery and its cultural connections in Florals: Desire and Design. With world-wide exploration and the economic...

Woman’s jacket. Made in coastal southeast India for the Dutch market; used in Hindeloopen, Friesland. Mordant-dyed and resist-dyed cotton, 18th century, 57.8 cm

Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

‘Pooh and Piglet go hunting’, Winnie-the- Pooh chapter 3, pen and ink sketch by E. H. Shepard, 1926. From the collection of Clive and Alison Beecham © The Shepard Trust.

Experience the timeless and universal appeal of one of the most adored fictional characters of all time – Winnie-the-Pooh –– in this immersive and playful...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Buck a Shuck fresh local oysters from PEI

Every Wednesday's 4-10pm join us for Buck a Shuck, order unlimited amount of oysters for only for a $1. All oysters are local from PEI and fresh. Variety of...

ROM Curator Conversations: Dino Cancer

Join ROM’s David Evans & Mark Crowther of McMaster University as they discuss their recently published research that establishes a clear link between human...

Thursday, November 12

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
Tom Thomson, Autumn Woods, 1915

EXHIBITION Prior to his tragic death in 1917, Thomson dazzled his fellow artists with the brilliance of his oil sketches—works which would become Canadian...

Franklin Carmichael, October Gold, 1922

EXHIBITION To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the...

Inner coffin of Nestawedjat, 25th Dynasty, about 700–680 BC, Probably Thebes, Egypt, Wood and plaster, EA 22812a. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mummies have captured our imagination throughout time. Uncover the secrets of six mummified individuals from ancient Egypt in this compelling exhibition from...

Woman's overdress. Around 1783. Dress made in England of Indian painted export cotton, hand-drawn, mordant-dyed, resist-dyed.

Explore an era of European botanical discovery and its cultural connections in Florals: Desire and Design. With world-wide exploration and the economic...

Woman’s jacket. Made in coastal southeast India for the Dutch market; used in Hindeloopen, Friesland. Mordant-dyed and resist-dyed cotton, 18th century, 57.8 cm

Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Christi Belcourt, The Conversation, 2002

EXHIBITION Christi Belcourt—A Retrospective with Isaac Murdoch Uprising: The Power of Mother Earth, co-produced by the Thunder Bay Art Gallery and Carleton...

‘Pooh and Piglet go hunting’, Winnie-the- Pooh chapter 3, pen and ink sketch by E. H. Shepard, 1926. From the collection of Clive and Alison Beecham © The Shepard Trust.

Experience the timeless and universal appeal of one of the most adored fictional characters of all time – Winnie-the-Pooh –– in this immersive and playful...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Escape 742!

Test your knowledge on the golden years of The Simpsons, Seasons 2 to 8 to escape the rooms. October 17th, 2020 to December 20th, 2020. Trivia Escape Rooms...

Friday, November 13

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
Tom Thomson, Autumn Woods, 1915

EXHIBITION Prior to his tragic death in 1917, Thomson dazzled his fellow artists with the brilliance of his oil sketches—works which would become Canadian...

Franklin Carmichael, October Gold, 1922

EXHIBITION To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the...

Inner coffin of Nestawedjat, 25th Dynasty, about 700–680 BC, Probably Thebes, Egypt, Wood and plaster, EA 22812a. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mummies have captured our imagination throughout time. Uncover the secrets of six mummified individuals from ancient Egypt in this compelling exhibition from...

Woman's overdress. Around 1783. Dress made in England of Indian painted export cotton, hand-drawn, mordant-dyed, resist-dyed.

Explore an era of European botanical discovery and its cultural connections in Florals: Desire and Design. With world-wide exploration and the economic...

Woman’s jacket. Made in coastal southeast India for the Dutch market; used in Hindeloopen, Friesland. Mordant-dyed and resist-dyed cotton, 18th century, 57.8 cm

Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Christi Belcourt, The Conversation, 2002

EXHIBITION Christi Belcourt—A Retrospective with Isaac Murdoch Uprising: The Power of Mother Earth, co-produced by the Thunder Bay Art Gallery and Carleton...

‘Pooh and Piglet go hunting’, Winnie-the- Pooh chapter 3, pen and ink sketch by E. H. Shepard, 1926. From the collection of Clive and Alison Beecham © The Shepard Trust.

Experience the timeless and universal appeal of one of the most adored fictional characters of all time – Winnie-the-Pooh –– in this immersive and playful...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Escape 742!

Test your knowledge on the golden years of The Simpsons, Seasons 2 to 8 to escape the rooms. October 17th, 2020 to December 20th, 2020. Trivia Escape Rooms...

Saturday, November 14

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
Tom Thomson, Autumn Woods, 1915

EXHIBITION Prior to his tragic death in 1917, Thomson dazzled his fellow artists with the brilliance of his oil sketches—works which would become Canadian...

Franklin Carmichael, October Gold, 1922

EXHIBITION To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the...

Inner coffin of Nestawedjat, 25th Dynasty, about 700–680 BC, Probably Thebes, Egypt, Wood and plaster, EA 22812a. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mummies have captured our imagination throughout time. Uncover the secrets of six mummified individuals from ancient Egypt in this compelling exhibition from...

Woman's overdress. Around 1783. Dress made in England of Indian painted export cotton, hand-drawn, mordant-dyed, resist-dyed.

Explore an era of European botanical discovery and its cultural connections in Florals: Desire and Design. With world-wide exploration and the economic...

Woman’s jacket. Made in coastal southeast India for the Dutch market; used in Hindeloopen, Friesland. Mordant-dyed and resist-dyed cotton, 18th century, 57.8 cm

Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Christi Belcourt, The Conversation, 2002

EXHIBITION Christi Belcourt—A Retrospective with Isaac Murdoch Uprising: The Power of Mother Earth, co-produced by the Thunder Bay Art Gallery and Carleton...

‘Pooh and Piglet go hunting’, Winnie-the- Pooh chapter 3, pen and ink sketch by E. H. Shepard, 1926. From the collection of Clive and Alison Beecham © The Shepard Trust.

Experience the timeless and universal appeal of one of the most adored fictional characters of all time – Winnie-the-Pooh –– in this immersive and playful...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Escape 742!

Test your knowledge on the golden years of The Simpsons, Seasons 2 to 8 to escape the rooms. October 17th, 2020 to December 20th, 2020. Trivia Escape Rooms...

Sunday, November 15

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
Tom Thomson, Autumn Woods, 1915

EXHIBITION Prior to his tragic death in 1917, Thomson dazzled his fellow artists with the brilliance of his oil sketches—works which would become Canadian...

Franklin Carmichael, October Gold, 1922

EXHIBITION To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the...

Inner coffin of Nestawedjat, 25th Dynasty, about 700–680 BC, Probably Thebes, Egypt, Wood and plaster, EA 22812a. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mummies have captured our imagination throughout time. Uncover the secrets of six mummified individuals from ancient Egypt in this compelling exhibition from...

Woman's overdress. Around 1783. Dress made in England of Indian painted export cotton, hand-drawn, mordant-dyed, resist-dyed.

Explore an era of European botanical discovery and its cultural connections in Florals: Desire and Design. With world-wide exploration and the economic...

Woman’s jacket. Made in coastal southeast India for the Dutch market; used in Hindeloopen, Friesland. Mordant-dyed and resist-dyed cotton, 18th century, 57.8 cm

Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Christi Belcourt, The Conversation, 2002

EXHIBITION Christi Belcourt—A Retrospective with Isaac Murdoch Uprising: The Power of Mother Earth, co-produced by the Thunder Bay Art Gallery and Carleton...

‘Pooh and Piglet go hunting’, Winnie-the- Pooh chapter 3, pen and ink sketch by E. H. Shepard, 1926. From the collection of Clive and Alison Beecham © The Shepard Trust.

Experience the timeless and universal appeal of one of the most adored fictional characters of all time – Winnie-the-Pooh –– in this immersive and playful...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Dover Quartet with Davóne Tines

This concert is postponed. New date to be announced. “Mr. Tines has a depths-plumbing bass-baritone voice that can find a range of contradictions within a...

Escape 742!

Test your knowledge on the golden years of The Simpsons, Seasons 2 to 8 to escape the rooms. October 17th, 2020 to December 20th, 2020. Trivia Escape Rooms...

Monday, November 16

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
#EatOutToHelpOut

Bars & Restaurants in Ontario are giving massive discounts in #EatOutToHelpOut campaign. EAT OUT between Monday and Wednesday to HELP OUT our entertainment...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Tuesday, November 17

One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

Virtual Event
#EatOutToHelpOut

Bars & Restaurants in Ontario are giving massive discounts in #EatOutToHelpOut campaign. EAT OUT between Monday and Wednesday to HELP OUT our entertainment...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

Wednesday, November 18