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February 1 – March 19, 2021
Harbourfront Centre’s Education Team has been hard at work creating online content to keep you, your family and the community engaged! Our Visual Arts videos come with a list of suggested materials and one of our Artist Educators to lead you through a step-by-step process that you can pause or rewind to get your creations […]
April 12 – June 25, 2021
Twenty-one thoughtfully curated digital postcards telling the stories of artists within the Deaf and disabled community living through the self-isolation and quarantine period of COVID-19. This glimpse into the lives of artists from around the globe, is sometimes quirky, sometimes heart-wrenching, often unexpected, always genuine.
September 21 – October 2, 2020
As the world comes to terms with systemic racism and increasing calls for major change at all levels of society, Harbourfront Centre is proud to present da mic is on, curated and hosted by Ashley McKenzie-Barnes and Trey Anthony. da mic is on is a free online series of candid conversations, comedy, spoken word and […]
June 30 – July 25, 2020
Given the current climate, Harbourfront Centre has made the difficult decision to pause the Summer Music in the Garden concert series for the 2021 season. Instead of the usual concert programming, Harbourfront Centre will be commissioning new works and will return to in-person concerts in Summer 2022 at the beautiful Toronto Music Garden.
November 30–30, -0001
“Necessity is not the mother of invention – only of improvement. A man desperately in search of a weapon or food is in no mood for discovery; he can only exploit what is already known to exist. Innovation and discovery require aesthetically motivated curiosity; they do not arise under the pressure of need, although of […]
November 14–21, 2020
Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos returns to Harbourfront Centre for an eclectic, all-digital 17thseason, from November 1 to 8, 2020. Toronto’s longest-running celebration of one of Mexico’s most important traditions highlights a contemporary artistic vision, including an online exhibition of original masks and thought-provoking discussions and programming from Canadian, U.S. and Mexican artists. Day […]
November 1–8, 2020