While exploring the landmark religious buildings along Church and Bond Streets, including the recently restored St. Michael’s Cathedral, learn about the role the church played in the social development of the city and Upper Canada.
This walk is free and registration is not required – just show up. The walk takes place rain or shine.
ROMWalks are walking tours of Toronto encompassing the diverse aspects of Toronto’s vibrant neighbourhoods including history, architecture, arts of all varieties, education and more.
继续阅读ROMWalks – Sacred Stones and Steeples
This multi-disciplinary African arts festival is free for all-ages. The festival will display an authentic African experience through presentations and workshops that celebrate the uniqueness, wealth and diversity of African arts and culture. The festival will also have activities for children of all ages, workshops, drumming, films, vendors with crafts, as well as delicious cuisine from the World Café. Join us for a weekend of exploration and engagement with the art, sounds and tastes of the continent.
继续阅读5th Habari Africa Festival 2018
Emerging Young Artists and Beijing Hanwei International Art Centre are pleased to announce an exciting new exhibition of Chinese contemporary artists at the Toronto Center for the Arts titled Emergence, A Contemporary Chinese Art Exhibition. Curated by Emerging Young Artists and Zhang Siyong, the exhibition will run from the 11th to the 21st of August. The opening reception will take place on Saturday, August 11th, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. The forum will be held at the Debate Room in the Hart House, University of Toronto.
The eight Chinese artists invited to participate in Emergence explore the relationships between the parts and the whole on several different levels: the human versus nature (Li Wang), personal memory and how it relates with collective memory (Li Hongbo and Zhang Chunhua), the relationship between the spirit and the body (Zhou Song), how the particular relates with the universal and vice-versa (Wang Fei and Jia Xinyu), the complex dialogue between visual form, perception, content, and interpretation (Yang Shuwen and Jia Shanguo).
继续阅读Opening Reception – EMERGENCE – A Contemporary Chinese Art Exhibition