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By Rachel Weiner, Communications Coordinator
Gardiner Museum

From 1976, when they started collecting ceramics, to when they decided to share their treasures with the public, George and Helen Gardiner had assembled an astounding collection of pottery from the Ancient Americas and Europe.

By Jeff Embleton, Manager of Publicity at the Royal Conservatory
The Royal Conservatory

Since opening in 2009, The Royal Conservatory’s Koerner Hall has become a welcome home for internationally acclaimed artists across many musical genres. Performers and audience members alike have applauded its acoustics; below are five architectural details that contribute to its outstanding sound.

BLOOR ST. CULTURE CORRIDOR: THE ARCHITECTURE OF A TORONTO ARTS DISTRICT

BLOOR ST. CULTURE CORRIDOR: The Architecture of a Toronto Arts District

 

The Bloor St. Culture Corridor kicks off its second anniversary celebrations with a round-table panel discussion exploring one of the most diverse and important cultural destinations in Toronto.

Since 2005, many of the Bloor St. Culture Corridor organizations buildings have been significantly renovated. Great architects contributed to the creation of a real creative hub in Toronto that combines arts, diverse cultural communities, contemporary architecture, and entertainment.

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L’Alliance française de Toronto est heureuse de présenter une sélection d'œuvres d’un des étudiants deRyerson School of Image Arts dans la galerie Pierre Léon. Vernissage le mercredi 4 mai, à 18h30, entrée libre.

Voicing Perspective

The Gallery at the J
Voicing Perspective brings together two exhibits, Disability/Visibility and Songs of the Heart
Featuring visual art and photography from artists with disabilities, the exhibit invites viewers to shift their perspective on disability and to consider disability culture.
Info: deannad@mnjcc.org (416) 924-6211 x250

 

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