Supercrawl is Hamilton’s premier festival fusing new and independent music with art installations, fashion, performance, literature, theatre, and artisanal craft. Supercrawl’s diverse multi-disciplinary program of sound, performance, visual and media arts is staged along a pedestrian-only creative corridor in the heart of downtown. Supercrawl is committed to honouring, showcasing and celebrating all varieties of creative […]
Toronto’s free all-night contemporary art event invites adventurous residents and visitors to take to the streets from sunset to sunrise. Experience Toronto transformed by hundreds of Canadian and international artists. One night only, all night long.
The Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival is the largest annual photography event in the world, and a premiere cultural experience in Canada, with over 200 exhibitions and happenings from May 1-31 in the Greater Toronto Area. Founded in 1997, CONTACT is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to celebrating and fostering photography and related media with an annual Festival […]
DesignTO is where art and design meet across the city. The Festival is the largest cultural celebration of design with over 100 exhibitions and events forming Toronto’s design week.
North by Northeast is an annual music and arts festival held each June in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The festival’s main is live music, but it also includes a film festival, a comedy festival, art components, video game activities, and a digital interactive media conference
Manifesto creates spaces – both physical and digital – that inspire, develop, and amplify diverse communities of young people through arts, culture and media. Founded in 2007, Manifesto is one of Canada’s premier contemporary youth arts and culture platforms, producing carefully curated programming in music, visual arts, dance and more for over 10 years. Through […]
We throw hype parties in weird places and then give all the profit to charity. So far we’ve donated over $200,000 to various local and international nonprofits, and we don’t plan on stopping anytime soon.
Fresh out of OCADU, a partnership was created with a custom shirt shop owner with his location at Yonge and Wellesley to open a new location at Queen Street West, in the heart of the fashion district.
No limits to surfaces; the floor, the wall and other canvas/objects get painted. Sounds pretty exciting and maybe a little bit messy… The feature break-painting performance by amazing Bboys Fil Fury, Darko and Emstro. Painters: Tong Chen Gina Walker Cat Reyto David McKenzie Megan Paints Cats Keita Morimoto Morgan Booth Cal Schuab Katryna Shreyer Christina […]
Community-based projects that respond to urban situations with public art, curating, walking systems, publications, banner projects, community initiatives, festivals and poetry projects. How We Live In Cities launches Spot Gardens, as first steps towards the creation of Garden Corridor for a Garden City . The project offers opportunities to participate using tools that inform and engage through art and materials that […]