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Thursday, October 8

Drive through our large Game Reserves from the comfort of your own vehicle

African Lion Safari is open daily until October 12th, 2020! Go "On Safari!™" and get CLOSER than you ever imagined to over 1,000 exotic birds and animals...

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...

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...

‘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...

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...

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...

ECCO shoes is popping-up at Toronto’s stackt market

Danish heritage brand ECCO will be popping-up at Toronto’s stackt market this Fall to showcase their latest in footwear, leather technology, and contemporary...

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...

Thursday, October 8