Free

Jun 04 2018 (Monday), 12:00 PM
This concert features choristers from two of Canada’s leading children’s choirs. The Hamilton Children’s Choir, formed over 40 years ago, has participated in countless festivals and competitions across Canada, Europe and in China, winning an abundance of top awards and many prestigious prizes over the years. The Toronto Children’s Chorus, celebrating its 40th season, has represented Toronto on 30 international tours and four national tours, and its latest CD was named Outstanding Choral Recording by Choral Canada. This concert features the choristers of the TCC Chamber Choir.
Apr 21 2018 (Saturday), 10:00 AM
Help plant the Teaching Garden, create nature crafts, listen to nature-themed stories, ride the blender bike and more! All activities take place in the Teaching Garden.
Apr 22 2018 (Sunday), 01:00 PM
May 06 2018 (Sunday), 01:00 PM
The City of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation Department, in partnership with the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts presents the 17th annual STOMP Urban Dance Competition/Showcase. STOMP is the largest youth initiative developed by Parks, Forestry and Recreation to foster an environment where youth are safe, celebrated and encouraged to showcase their artistic abilities. Hundreds of talented youth will take the stage with creative performances that incorporate various styles of urban dance, such as step, b-boy, break, hip hop, Bollywood, dancehall, jazz and contemporary.
May 06 2018 (Sunday)
Bring happy feet of all sizes to this community dance party. Hose Amanda Cordner will have you shaking your sillies out from head to toe in perfect time.
from Nov 02 2017 to May 13 2018
Landy invites the public to collaborate in building a ‘wall of protest’ by submitting images, words, texts and slogans that represent their thoughts and feelings—of hope or of despair, on matters small or large, from high to low and across the cultural spectrum—to be transformed by the artist into drawings.
Jan 27 - May 13 2018
Through his audio installations Emeka Ogboh explores how private, public, and collective memories and histories are translated, transformed and encoded into sound and sonority. These works contemplate how sound captures existential relationships, frames our understanding of the world, and provides a context in which to ask critical questions around immigration, globalization and post colonialism.
Jan 27 - May 13 2018
The Power Plant presents Kader Attia's first solo exhibition in Canada. CURATOR: CAROLIN KÖCHLING ASSISTANT CURATOR: NABILA ABDEL NABI “Our contemporary world is haunted by the wounds of the past” (Kader Attia)
Jan 04 - Jun 17 2018
It’s the warm ‘togetherness’ and informal performance we all love about campfires, but all throughout the year. Special guests will join us and we’ll tell stories and sing songs in a relaxed community environment. Bring along a story or a song you’d like to share! Suitable for families of all kinds and sharers of all ages.