Toronto Loves Public Art! — O’ Canada

“Large Two Forms” (1966 & 1969), Henry Moore Toronto’s diversity is reflected in the wide array of public art, especially sculpture, that can be seen on block after block in its downtown core. Encounters with public art as we hustle from place to place provide moments for reflection and inspiration and help to remind us […] via Toronto Loves Public Art! — O’ Canada Continue reading Toronto Loves Public Art! — O’ Canada

Texture of Good Living!

The Textile Museum of Canada Showcases the Texture of Life Enjoy the vibrant and subtle colors and textures in this outstanding collection at The Textile Museum of Canada. Suitable for all ages. Where: 55 Centre Avenue (Dundas St. W & University Ave., St. Patrick subway) Toronto, Ontario M5G 2H5 When: PWYC (pay what you can) Wednesdays 5pm to 8pm. (Open daily 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Wednesdays 11:00 am – … Continue reading Texture of Good Living!

All Night Art: Good Living

It’s time for the 11th Annual Nuit Blanche in Toronto. From sunset on Saturday to sunrise on Sunday morning get out and enjoy these contemporary art installations and works that transform the city for this one special night in Nuit Blanche.  Browse the art projects to feast your eyes on.  Late night festival goers may be very ‘spirited’, so best not be out with children at that … Continue reading All Night Art: Good Living

Aga Khan Museum

Experience the Splendor of Islamic Art and Culture at the Aga Khan Museum. This architectural and cultural jewel is free to you  once every week!  Events calendar shows what special events and exhibits are on offer every day of the month. Where: 77 Wynford Drive, Toronto. When:  free Wednesday evenings, check hours for other days of the week. Cost: free Wednesday, 4pm to 8pm.  Check ticketing for prices … Continue reading Aga Khan Museum

Festival of Global Jewish Music and Culture

Ashkenaz Festival is on Now! Get your fill of Jewish art, music, film, dance, theater and food. Where: most event at the Harbourfront Centre, check schedule for other venue locations. When:August 30 to September 5.  Check the festival schedule to choose the fun that grabs you. Cost:  most events free, check program for details.   Continue reading Festival of Global Jewish Music and Culture

Textile Museum of Canada

Enjoy the texture of life at the Textile Museum of Canada Beads, strings, tapestries and much more are there to take in. Where:  55 Centre Avenue, Toronto. When: open daily 11:00 am – 5:00 pm,Wednesdays 11:00 am – 8:00 pm. Cost: PWYC (pay what you can) Wednesdays 5-8pm.  Link to admission prices for other days and times. Continue reading Textile Museum of Canada

Eventbrite Toronto

So Much to Enjoy, Learn and Take Part in Events Throughout Toronto Learn about, discuss and network with people interested in business, sports and fitness, health,  family and education, arts, hobbies, science and technology, food and drink, spirituality, travel and outdoors, charity and causes, community, film and media, fashion, holiday, home and lifestyle, government; and auto, boat and air.  Search the listing by event type,category, … Continue reading Eventbrite Toronto

Get to Really Know Toronto

Walk and Learn ROM (Royal Ontario Museum) walks are lead by knowledgeable guides who know the city’s neighborhoods, history, architecture, arts and cemeteries!  People of all ages including children are welcome.  Whether you live in Toronto or a visiting these tours are sure to provide you with interesting insights and facts about this great city Where:  all start and end points are accessible by public transportation … Continue reading Get to Really Know Toronto

Brainy Art

100 Works of Art to See at 50 Locations The Brain Project is a collection art to spark discussion and raise funds for Baycrest Heatth Sciences whose focus is the cognitive and emotional well being of older adults.  All art works and installations are based on the brain form. Where:  find a brain. When:  All day June 3 to August 31. Cost: free. Donations can the texted, with … Continue reading Brainy Art