The artists featured in Aga Khan’s new exhibit, HERE: Locating Contemporary Canadian Artists, carry experiences from multiple geographies and generations.
Summer Camp is back and bringing you Dolly Parton’s foot-stompin’, rug-rompin’ The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas this Saturday.
If you have yet to hit up the new location of The Beguiling (319 College St.), go this Saturday for Comic Shop Ladies Night!
They’re over-crowded, over-priced, and full of yuccies who think it’s a runway show.
On Sunday July 23rd at Christie Pits Film Festival, dive into the competition and chaos of Christopher Guest’s hilarious, pitch-perfect satire BEST IN SHOW!
Tokki — purveyors of gently used, stylish clothing, unique toys and books for kiddos in the Junction — are offering a series of summer pop-ups!
Can’t leave the house without your pieces of flair? Here’s your chance to scoop up wares from the best and brightest designers in the city!
New additions this year include commissioned BIG Murals, BIG X (a showcase feat. innovative sculptures, performances and live painting installations), a Celebrate Here Mainstage and an outdoor art fair.
Our Women’s Voices presents the first annual When Women Speak – a panel, showcase, and network session for women, by women focused on empowerment, self-expression, and voice.
If you’re trans-identified, and in the market for some new threads, clear your calendar on July 29th.
Toronto Hit List: Shadows of Motown 8 Year Anniversary Party, Bangers & Mash, OSSFEST, Rock Sucker & more!
HOT TIMES: Get sweaty in the city. All the parties and events to hit up right here.
Drake Cereal’s work showcases her fixations — basketball, sneakers, cigarettes & alienation — to name a few.
First off, get comfortable being uncomfortable.
Dean’s unusual family was reduced to a spectacle, their pain put on display as sadistic entertainment.
With 52 unique projects this year, there’s no shortage of thought-provoking and illuminating art to experience. Here’s our roundup of what we’re into.