from Jul 07 2015 to Aug 25 2016, 07:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Discover poetry of the human form through observation and drawing. This course focuses on an intuitive approach to life drawing through integration of perceptual and technical skills. Recognize bone, gesture, muscle, and skin. Professional life models will utilize a variety of poses. Traditional and contemporary concepts of chiaroscuro, contour, and direction will be studied to explore movement and structure of the human form. Through a combination of guided drawing practices, students will learn to draw with confidence, culminating in the principles of composition and design. In-class demonstrations and regular visits to the galleries are integral parts of the course. Students are responsible for the purchase of their own materials. A material list will be provided on the first day of class. Materials for the first class are included.
Aug 26 2016 (Friday), 05:00 PM
Brazilian-born Aline Morales has long been well-known locally as a dynamic singer, percussionist and bandleader, but her JUNO-nominated debut solo album, Flores, Tambores e Amores, brought national attention to this unique artist. Released in 2011, the album was met with widespread critical acclaim, reaching #1 on Canada's Folk/World charts and landing on several year-end best-of lists. Born and raised in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, her performing career began as a child, training in capoeira.
Aug 26-28 2016
Learn about the richness of Taiwanese culture at TAIWANfest! This year's celebration will change your perception of Asia by showcasing the cultural conversation between Taiwan and Hong Kong through cooking demonstrations, family events and live music by top Taiwanese acts.
Aug 28 2016 (Sunday), 11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
t’s hard work keeping the Life in Crisis: Schad Gallery of Biodiversity’s coral reef tank afloat! Come and meet Sheldon John, the person responsible for ensuring our fish are happy, healthy and ready for their close-up. Free with Museum admission. Did you know our fish tank is 550 gallons? Did you know that our coral reef tank not only features a variety of beautiful fish but is also home to a large variety of marine invertebrates including snails, hermit crabs, sea stars, tube worms, anemones and giant clams?
Jun 22 - Aug 31 2016
Join us Wednesday nights on the waterfront this summer for a series of fun and inspiring films, from the McKenzie Brothers to Jane Austen, from Newfoundland to the Sudan. Catch Mean Girls on June 22 as part of Pride Toronto and be sure to cast your vote for the audience choice screening on August 31!
Aug 30-31 2016
For the first time, Kanye will bring to life songs from his seventh consecutive #1 album The Life Of Pablo, which made history as the first album to debut at the top of the Billboard 200 album chart based on streaming only. Kanye returns to North American arenas for the first time in three years. 2013’s historic Yeezus Tour saw jubilant, sold-out crowds and unprecedented acclaim. Reviewing the tour opener, the Seattle Times raved "A deific spectacle of a set…a two-hour rap-opera of a performance that was grandiose yet minimal, unsettling yet inspirational...There are very few modern artists with the kind of vision, ambition, and means to execute it as Kanye West right now/
Jun 23 - Sep 01 2016
Learn to dance on Torontoʼs waterfront to the rhythmic beats and swinging sounds of live bands. Inspired by Harbourfront Centreʼs summer festivals, styles range from bolero to big band and everything in between.
Sep 02-04 2016
Based on the popular franchise of animated films, Ice Age on Ice spins another arctic yarn in the setting it was always destined to be told—a literal sheet of ice.
Aug 30 - Sep 05 2016
Through its biennial festival and year-round programming, Ashkenaz showcases the work of leading contemporary artists from Canada and around the world working in music, film, theatre, dance, literature, craft and visual arts.
Sep 03-05 2016
The Canadian International Air Show 2015 will take place over Lake Ontario at the Canadian National Exhibition on September 4, September 5, September 6, and September 7, 2015
Aug 19 - Sep 05 2016
The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) is Canada’s largest annual community event. Taking place over the 18 days leading up to and including Labour Day, the CNE offers a wide variety of entertainment and events including Bandshell concerts, celebrity chef demonstrations, an aerial acrobatics and ice skating show, a dog show, a working farm, parades and a three-day Air Show, all of which are FREE with admission to the CNE.
Aug 19 - Sep 05 2016
The President’s Choice SuperDogs are back with their brand new production, Rock & Roll Over! Celebrate all the fun, energy, and excitement of rock and roll in the way only the SuperDogs can. Watch and laugh as they put together their own canine band called Five Directions to help them kick off this spectacular production, then cheer them on as they jump, weave, and even dance to electrifying hits from past and present!
Aug 19 - Sep 05 2016
Four talented individuals will compete to win the Best Sand Sculpture prize. Visitors are encouraged to cast their vote for the Fan Favourite.
Jul 13 - Sep 05 2016
Coming from the musée du quai Branly in Paris, where the exhibition received rave reviews, Tattoos: Ritual. Identity. Obsession. Art. explores the 5000-year-old multifaceted world of tattooing, showcasing a visual history of body art and markings, ancient tools, and commissioned tattooed silicone body reproductions, inked by some of the most respected tattoo artists in the contemporary world.
Jul 02 - Sep 11 2016
A founding member of the Group of Seven and a major figure in the history of twentieth-century Canadian art, Lawren Harris (1885-1970) remains largely unknown in the United States. This year the AGO is partnering with the Hammer Museum to introduce Harris’s iconic landscapes to audiences in Los Angeles and Boston. The Idea of North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris will be the first major solo exhibition of his work to be shown in the United States, and will arrive in Toronto in July of 2016. The exhibition is curated by comedian, musician, actor and writer Steve Martin in collaboration with Cynthia Burlingham, Deputy Director, Curatorial Affairs at the Hammer Museum, and Andrew Hunter, Fredrik S. Eaton Curator of Canadian Art at the AGO. At the core of this exhibition are more than 30 of Harris's most significant northern landscapes from the 1920s and 1930s, drawn from major public and private collections across Canada including the AGO, The Thomson Collection at the Art Gallery of Ontario, the National Gallery of Canada, and the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. The Idea of North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris examines this defining period and celebrates Harris as a leading modernist painter, an innovator on par with contemporaries Marsden Hartley, Edward Hopper, and Georgia O'Keeffe. The Idea of North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris is co-organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Hammer Museum. AGO Members will be offered free admission to The Idea of North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris and exclusive previews in the days leading up to the exhibition's public opening.
Sep 09-11 2016
Avocados From Mexico is thrilled to announce the return of Avocatour, the travelling avocado food cart, for the 2016 outdoor festival season. The Avocatour aims to nourish festival goers with fresh and healthy bites and educate on the many ways avocados can be prepared and incorporated into any dish, both savory and sweet.
Jun 30 - Sep 18 2016
The popular Summer Music in the Garden concert series returns for its 17th season by the shores of Lake Ontario. Treat yourself to 19 free concerts this summer, featuring outstanding artists and a wide range of musical styles, from medieval love songs to finger-style guitar.
Jul 01 - Sep 23 2016
Reclaim your Friday nights with ROM Summer Fridays. From July 1st to September 23rd, enjoy discounted admission from 4:30 to 8:30 pm, and roam the galleries, or check out our newest special exhibition! Plus, head up to the exclusive c5 lounge until 8:00 pm to treat yourself to drinks, live performances, and a spectacular view of the Toronto skyline.
from Sep 27 2014 to Sep 30 2016
European Sculpture from the Collection of Murray Frum (1931-2013)
Sep 29 - Oct 02 2016
The Fall Home Show is conveniently located at The Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place, in downtown Toronto. The major intersection closest to Exhibition Place is Lakeshore Blvd and Strachan Ave.
Jul 24 - Oct 02 2016
Once again, the ROM will be offering free walking tours this year throughout the summer and fall, rain or shine. The walk through Yorkville will be exploring its unique identity within the heart of Toronto, as well as its history as a small village north of Toronto.
Oct 03 2016 (Monday), 07:30 PM
Adele will return to North America for her first tour in five years. The North American tour dates begin on July 5th in St. Paul, MN at Xcel Energy Center and run through November 15th in Mexico City at Palacio de los Deportes. The tour will have multiple shows in most markets, including six nights at Staples Center in Los Angeles and six nights at New York’s Madison Square Garden. These dates will follow an already announced sold out tour of the U.K. and Europe. - See more at:
Nov 03 2016 (Thursday), 08:00 PM
Amy is one of the entertainment industry’s leading forces as a standup comedian, actress, writer, producer and director. She is the creator, star, writer and executive producer of the award winning Inside Amy Schumer, for Comedy Central. Inside Amy Schumer won the 2015 US Writers Guild Award for Best Comedy/Variety Sketch series. Last Autumn, the show was honored with the first-ever Emmy Award for “Outstanding Sketch Variety Series.” She was also nominated for “Outstanding Directing for a Variety Series,” and “Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series.
Jul 13 - Nov 27 2016
Four hundred years ago in Japan, male youths, called wakashu, were the objects of sexual desire for women and men. Creating a third gender, wakashu looked different from both women and adult men and played distinct social and sexual roles. The exhibition, A Third Gender, explores the complex system of sexual desire and social expectation from 1603 to 1868 in Edo Japan. Featuring stunning woodblock prints, paintings, illustrated books, kimono, and armour, it tells a pivotal story in the history of human sexuality. Unsettling contemporary North American values, A Third Gender invites you to think differently about gender and sexuality.
Dec 01-03 2016
Torontonian Howard Shore’s sweeping, Academy Award–winning score for the first film in director Sir Peter Jackson’s three-picture adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy classic comes to life like never before when the TSO, a large chorus, and a cast of soloists perform it live to the epic motion picture!
Nov 19 - Dec 16 2016
Life happens in the kitchen. Late night confessionals over tea and a jar of Nutella. Elaborately choreographed family meals. Lessons learned, secrets exchanged, bonds forged, reinforced by our most visceral of senses. Accompanying the usual eye-popping flight of acrobatic choreography and pulsating music are the other three senses — the touch of hands in batter, the smell of cookies baking, the taste of roasted oregano — leading us through a span of times and countries, all the while the iconic kitchen our common meeting point.
from Jan 01 2015 to Dec 31 2016
Ontario high school students with valid ID receive free general admission Tuesday through Friday after 3 pm.
from Jan 01 2015 to Dec 31 2016
A longstanding tradition at the AGO – free admission to our collection galleries every Wednesday from 6-8:30pm.
from Jul 13 2016 to Jan 02 2017
Immerse yourself in a spectacular exhibition exploring colour, light, and form by one of the world’s foremost artists working in glass today. Created by sand, fire, and human breath, these brilliantly coloured works of art produce a magical, sensory experience that will never be forgotten.
Jan 14-22 2017
Put Some Summer In Your Winter Canada's largest boat show is The Best Place to See Boats and The Best Place to Buy Boats! The world's largest indoor lake returns to Ricoh Coliseum for the 2014 Toronto International Boat Show, where novice and experienced boaters can get their feet wet by taking advantage of FREE boat rides from Discover Boating in canoes, kayaks, paddleboats and inflatable boats.
Feb 09-12 2017
Fishing, Hunting, Marine, Outdoor Adventures - everything you may think of the best vacations ever. Warning - not for lazy boys and girls. Just for those who looks for activities and phisical challenge. Stay outside and be active! Toronto Sun has a prize of $75 000 at the Casting Pond!
Feb 26-28 2017
Have you heard? The Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association is now Restaurants Canada. Strong, clear and bilingual, our new identity is part of a strategic rebranding that puts the focus on our members and creates a stronger voice for our industry. The Restaurants Canada Show attracts thousands of industry professionals and puts them face to face with exhibitors showcasing all their latest industry products. The show is overflowing with fresh ideas to help promote, grow and manage your business.
from Jan 27 2015 to Feb 28 2017
General admission to the Museum is free to students attending a Canadian post-secondary institution every Tuesday.
Mar 10-19 2017
Canada Blooms was founded in 1996 by the Garden Club of Toronto and Landscape Ontario. Today, it is the largest flower and garden festival in the country, celebrating the very best in Canadian gardening and floral design!
Mar 10-19 2017
The National Home Show, presented by RE/MAX, is Canada's largest and longest running consumer show. The show is co-located with Canada Blooms to create the single largest home and garden experience in North America.
Jun 06-07 2017, 08:00 PM
This swinging tribute to Ella Fitzgerald—in celebration of her 100th birthday—presents some of the most glorious songs that she made her own, including Blues in the Night and They Can’t Take That Away from Me. You’ll also hear top hits by her sister jazz greats, including Dinah Washington, Billie Holiday, and Sarah Vaughan, as well as the music of inimitable Canadian jazz pianist Oscar Peterson.
Jul 12 - Aug 25 2016, 11:00 AM - 02:00 PM
This summer enjoy hot food and live music at Tasty Thursdays at Nathan Phillips Square. Each week, from July 7 to August 25, between 11 am and 2 pm, food trucks and vendors from across the city will serve up international cuisines including Asian, Colombian, Greek, Latin American, Mexican, Turkish and Ukrainian favourites.
Aug 11-25 2016
As part of the City of Toronto's continuing commitment to create more live music opportunities for our city's vibrant and varied talent, the Live from City Hall concert series – generously supported by TD and in partnership with Music Canada – is relocating for the summer to the Nathan Phillips Square main stage every Thursday at 12:30 p.m. (except July 21). Each Live from City Hall performance showcases a local artist or band, celebrating the original sounds of Toronto's diverse neighbourhoods. The series is scheduled to run weekly throughout July and August and will return to the rotunda on a twice monthly schedule in the fall.
Aug 26 2016 (Friday), 09:00 PM
“Proud Mary” “Fortunate Son” “Born on the Bayou” “Bad Moon Rising”
Aug 26 2016 (Friday), 06:30 PM
After two decades of leading Matchbox 20 to multiplatinum stardom through No. 1 hits such as “Push” and “3AM,” Rob extended his winning streak with …Something to Be, the first solo record from a former male rock-group member to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The Latest Album: The Great Unknown, which debuted in the Top 10 and features the hit single “Hold On Forever” The Praise: Rolling Stone hails Rob as “the same consummate pop-rock craftsman who has been making it all sound so smooth for years.”
Aug 26 2016 (Friday), 08:00 PM
Pierre Kwenders, spokesman of modern Africa, humbly shares his rich cultural heritage through his music. With his progressive music coloured with Congolese rumba and Afro-electro beats, the singer explores an innovative path. His JUNO Award-nominated and Polaris Prize longlisted debut full-length Le Dernier Empereur Bantou is an ultimate cry of joy, employing Cajun rhythms, mythical characters and childhood musings and reminiscence along with nods to his own musical background: South-African Afropop artist Johnny Clegg, and music from the ‘80s generally. Chosen as one of Radio-Canada's 2014-2015 Révélations in the world music category, the Montrealer of Congolese origin brings together a unique and powerful mix of sounds and rhythms.
Aug 27 2016 (Saturday), 10:00 AM
We are excited to present you the festival in Canada in its 3rd year that highlights one of the greatest fruits in the world, the coconut! Experience the sights and sounds and immerse your senses in the wonders that it brings.
Aug 27 2016 (Saturday), 01:00 PM
Learn how to take professional looking photos without the professional equipment; all you need is your iPhone. Led by photographer Joe Balderston, this FREE workshop will teach you the techniques of using your iPhone camera to its fullest and the basic ‘rules’ and techniques of composition and when to use them. Included is a formal presentation and an exploratory photo walk around Downsview Park to test out your new skills.