On Saturday June 13th, Two Dames Productions returned for its 4th year to the River Gambler with ‘Tease on the Seas,’ a one-of-a-kind evening of burlesque on a boat.
The Dyke March only happens once a year, so why not have a launch party to celebrate its return?
Last Saturday (June 20), Omit Limitation presented [UNFOLD] – a photography art show exhibiting 15 local toronto artists.
The Stop’s Night Market gave Torontonians a chance to experience the tasty creations of over 60 chefs, 20 local beverage vendors, and 35 one-of-a-kind food carts created by local designers.
Thursday June 4 was The Power Plant’s Power Ball: Appetite for Excess, Toronto’s most anticipated annual art party to raise funds for its exhibitions and public programs throughout the year.
Described as an incubator and mentorship program for female artists, Honey Jam is a multi-genre, multicultural platform for up and coming talent. On May 27, Honey Jam kicked off their 20th year celebrations with an anniversary party at Revival Bar.