A museum by the people, for the people.

If you are looking for something to do this weekend, why not immerse yourself in some beautiful art.   The Dundas West Open Air Museum, located in Little Portugal, showcases the work of local as well as international artists in an eclectic neighbourhood setting.  It is a great day out whether on your own, or with the family.

Mirror, mirror

The House of Mirrors display at Harbourfront Centre  is just one portion of what this year’s Luminato Festival has to offer.  This installation is quickly becoming one of the festival’s most talked about, so don’t miss your chance to get down to the waterfront and check it out for yourself.  Luminato wraps up another year on June 23rd.



Being Scene

From now until March 23rd, Workman Arts presents Being Scene, a vast exhibition of art, visual and narrative, encompassing over 60 artists in an expression of diverse life experiences.

Giving voice to mental health and disability awareness, this is an important exhibition that should not be missed.  Find out more about it here

Art for the visually impaired

For the second year in a row, OCAD students are recreating a number of art pieces and using multi-sensory techniques  to aid visually impaired visitors in the interpretation of the art.  For more information contact the AGO or click here.




For the many residents of Toronto who shy away from the city’s waterfront during the winter months, you might be missing some of the best art Toronto has to offer.  Among other interesting exhibits to be presented by the water’s edge this year, is a new Icebreakers Exhibit which presents five interactive art installations to be displayed at Queens Quay.    Toronto’s unique landscape is the perfect backdrop for these fun installations and a great place to hang out on a sunny winter’s day.  Find out more about the exhibit here




Infinity Mirror Room comes to the AGO

Fans of Yayoi Kusama will be happy to hear that a permanent exhibit of the Infinity Room will be coming to the AGO in the spring of 2019.  Read the story here.


Light up the night

What better way to take the chill out of a cold winter evening than by bringing light into the picture.  This year, Ontario Place is playing host to a Winter Light Exhibition featuring the work of talented artists using light as a medium to produce interesting and unique art installations.

The exhibition is on from Nov. 23, 2018 until March 17, 2019.  For more information and a full list of the artists, click here.


Toronto’s new Museum of Illusions

The new Museum of Illusions can offer a few hours of fun and wonder during these gray, gloomy days.  A great day out for all ages, be prepared to be stunned, amused, educated and baffled simultaneously.  Check it out here.


Graffiti gets pumped

The unique exterior wall art of Ernest Zacharevic is the subject of an article in Architecture and Design Magazine.  Incorporating his art into the public forum utilizing existing buildings and everyday form has earned this artist a great deal of accolades from peers and public alike.  See some of his exciting work here and learn more about this talented young artist.