Hued Collective Presents: Individual
Jul
14
to Jul 15
Art

Hued Collective Presents: Individual

Hued Collective is an artistic platform specifically tailored for the coloured community in Toronto to feature and present work without inhibition. 

This is their debut photography and installation art show. Join them for the night as they celebrate and question the concept of individual identity within the realms of culture, stereotypes and a growing city forming an identity of it's own.

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Indigenous Youth Residency Opening at the Art Gallery of Ontario
Mar
8
5:30 AM05:30

Indigenous Youth Residency Opening at the Art Gallery of Ontario

Celebrate the work of six amazing artists (Deshaun Whyte, Chasity Morrison, Aysia Grosbeck, Mai-Lynn Wong-Pittawanakwat, Christian Scriver and Haley Horton)
showcasing their work from the Indigenous Youth Residency at the Art Gallery of Ontario. 

RSVP through the facebook event or by emailing quill_christie@ago.net so they can plan for food accordingly. The event will be held in the Walker Court of the Art Gallery of Ontario. Free & wheelchair accessible.

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TP THE EP: EP RELEASE PARTY
Feb
18
7:00 PM19:00

TP THE EP: EP RELEASE PARTY

GOOD VIBES. GREAT PEOPLE. EVEN BETTER MUSIC.

Bring the squad a support an up and coming artist from the Jane & Finch community.

W/ special guest Kaleo, Kibra T, Dru Bex, Michael Lawamba

Admission: FREE

Time: 7pm - whenever 

When: February, 17th, 2018

Place: 268 August Ave. Toronto, ON @ Supermarket restaurant & bar 

Follow Terence on Instagram @TERENCEPENNY

 

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Sun Ra: Space is the Place (1974)
Feb
16
7:00 PM19:00

Sun Ra: Space is the Place (1974)

  • The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Afrofuturism, the aesthetic used by Kapwani Kiwanga in her work, critiques the obstacles that people of colour face by retelling and revising stories of science fiction, fantasy and magic realism.

Find out more information about the film here.

Admission is FREE for Members & people under 18, $12 Non-Members.

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Toronto Tea Festival
Jan
28
to Jan 29

Toronto Tea Festival

  • Toronto Reference Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Discover the world of tea from the traditional to the trendy. You will be able to sample hundreds of teas and learn from experts in the industry at the complimentary presentations. 

 Shop for all your favourite teas and related products, participate in the silent auction and enter the raffle!

Tickets are $15 for 1 day and $25 for 2. Get them here.

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Artlet- Paint, Sketch & Play- The Winter Hues Edition
Jan
21
7:00 PM19:00

Artlet- Paint, Sketch & Play- The Winter Hues Edition

Come experience a creative night out! They've got paint, beats and all the tea to warm up your new year. It's a pop-up art party all about being spontaneous and creating in the moment.

THE EXPERIENCE
YOGA -Start the night with yoga to open the body and mind. 
EAT - Then snack and sip on holistic refreshments and treats
PARTY - End the night off with some art. Paint, sketch and play games!


 

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YAS KWEEN-Comedy Show
Jan
5
to Jan 6

YAS KWEEN-Comedy Show

  • Bad Dog Theater Company (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

YAS KWEEN is a monthly night of comedy that creates a space for those who identify as Women of colour. (WOC) to share their voices, develop their craft, and connect with each other. Each month is a different mix of stand-up, sketch, improv, musical, and storytelling performances. 

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Jul
23
11:00 AM11:00

Rallying Against Violence in Toronto

On Saturday, July 23rd Friends in Toronto is hosting a walkathon, rallying against the increase of violence in Toronto. The walk begins at the Jane and Finch intersection at 11 am and concludes at Downsview Park with a BBQ style celebration, free of charge. Come out with the people of Toronto and support one another. 

More information about Friends In Toronto and the event here.

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