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Tara Krebs is presenting her solo exhibition, Not Asking, showcasing her new oil and acrylic paintings. The exhibition, that includes the depictions of body realness, as well as trans women and queer love, is dedicated to pursue the destigmatization of female representation. The exhibition is free and the opening reception is scheduled for Thursday, Sept 12, starting at 6 PM.Find out more »
Alegría, the new show by the world-wide famous Cirque du Soleil is the story of a monarchy that has lost its king. The performance will be showcasing the synchronized trapeze duo, the double crossed wheel and a bunch of brand new costumes. Cirque du Soleil encourages you to follow the story of Alegría, where the old order is being challenged by new and unknown.Find out more »
Venus Fest is back for the third time following the success of two full years of festivals. Venus Fest includes live music, art installations, workshops, community building and so much more, with the lineup TBA. The first two festival days are 19+ and the last one is for all ages.Find out more »
New this year, the Vista Eatery has turned into a weekly live music venue for emerging jazz musicians from across Ontario to perform on our waterfront patio! These musicians are students or recent grads from University of Toronto, York University, Humber College and Mohawk College. So sit back in a muskoka chair and enjoy the entertainment! ________ Featuring performances by: September 1 - Stil Trio September 8 – DTK Trio September 15 – The Cameron Watson Trio September 22 –…Find out more »
The makers behind Refinery29 have gotten together with visionaries and brands in the fields of art, activism, style, and technology to bring you 29 experiences under one roof. These are meant to tap into the conversations of today and our hopes for tomorrow. There are going to be multi-sensory installations, performances and workshops. It is a new way to connect with creativity, culture, and community.Find out more »
Are you ready to experience Toronto's hottest new food tour? Get your kicks ready and join us for our Street Food & Street Art Food Tour. The tour will bring you from the beginning to end of Graffiti Alley, Toronto's richest site of street art. A kilometre long, the Alley spans just south of Queen West, from Spadina Avenue to Portland Street. Walking through the Alley, you will see up-close work by Toronto's most well-known and talented street artists. Such…Find out more »
Harbourfront Centre kicks off the second season of TORQUE, an international contemporary dance series, with the Canadian premiere of Simulacrum. Presented by Norwegian company winter guests, Simulacrum is a striking juxtaposition of the formality of Kabuki (classical Japanese dance-drama), the energy of Flamenco and the emotion of contemporary dance theatre. The performance is based on the real-life experiences of two legendary award-winning dancers: eighty-year-old Shôji Kojima, who moved to Spain from Japan to train and become a master of Flamenco,…Find out more »
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