Arts and Crafts

Bentway Street
Hit the “STREET” at The Bentway This Spring and Summer

The Bentway presents “STREET”, a series of free art installations, roving performances and celebrations on Toronto’s roadways, sidewalks, parks and public spaces. The pandemic prompted cities around the world to reconsider the role of their streets: how have our streets changed, and where will we take them next? Thus we
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Fleurs de Villes Femmes
Fleurs de Villes Femmes Blooms in Yorkville

Fleurs de Villes FEMMES Floral Trail brings its flower power to Bloor-Yorkville, blending fashion design and fresh blooms with custom-made floral-dressed mannequins. There are over 30 stunning floral installations including floral doorways, cars, sculptures and more. Take a free self-quided tour of the upscale neighbourhood to discover one of-a-kind floral
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Stan Lee Exhibit
Stan Lee Exhibit Bounds into Toronto Public Library

Excelsior! The Toronto Public Library’s Lillian H. Smith branch hosts the free exhibit “A Marvel-ous Century of Stan Lee” about the Marvel Comics mastermind. The exhibit explores some of Stan Lee’s most iconic characters in honour of his 100th birthday, including Iron Man, Spider-Man, Black Panther and more. The exhibit
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Casa Loma Princess Diana
Casa Loma Princess Diana Exhibition Honours the People’s Princess

Casa Loma presents the Princess Diana: Accredited Access Exhibition, the first-ever walk-thru documentary telling the untold story of how a Princess changed the world. This photography and art exhibit happens at Toronto’s iconic Casa Loma with custom art installations and larger-than-life images. For the first time, world-famous Royal Photographers (Anwar
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Immersive Frida
Immersive Frida Explores Kahlo’s Magical Realism

Immersive Frida is the latest art projection by Lighthouse, the masterminds behind the long-running show on Van Gogh and the Christmas-themed ballet The Nutcracker. Their new subject is Frida Kahlo, Mexico’s best known painter who has also become a feminist hero. She was a brilliant and uncompromising painter, despite having
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Easter Event Guide
Easter Event Guide for Toronto and the GTA

The Easter bunny is coming out of his burrow this year! There are some great Easter events for families, with outdoor and indoor events, fun farm adventures, bountiful brunches and bustling craft markets. Get ready to celebrate Easter in style and make some memories with the kids with our 2022
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Light It Up Lantern Celebration
Light It Up Lantern Celebration Fills the East End Sky

Light It Up: An East Toronto Lantern Celebration returns for 2022, presented by East End Arts, Shadowland Theatre and Workman Arts. Celebrate the Spring Equinox and fill the sky with lanterns of light! There are free lantern-making workshops at the Crescent Town Club on March 17 and 19 (free registration required
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Toronto Comicon
Toronto Comicon Returns to the MTCC

Toronto Comicon is an annual three-day sci-fi, anime and gaming event at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. This year, the festival returns just in time to entertain families over March Break! Along with events for hardcore fans, there are plenty of activities and attractions that are family-oriented. Meet your favourite
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Little Canada March Break
Little Canada March Break Workshops Create Mini Masterpieces

Little Canada offers unique hands-on craft workshops this March Break! Join in and learn unique skills to guide you in creating beautiful miniature masterpieces. Make sure to secure your spot as spaces are limited! Workshops Include: A Room of Your Own – Using a variety of materials and designs, participants
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Winter Stations Design Competition 2022
Winter Stations Design Competition Returns to Toronto’s Beaches

Winter Stations Design Competition is returning for 2022 to celebrate Toronto’s winter waterfront landscape, beginning on Family Day. It displays temporary public art installations by Canadian and international winners. The pieces incorporate the existing lifeguard towers in the east-end Beach neighbourhood along Kew and Woodbine beaches, which act as visual anchor
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