Art Galleries

Harbourfront Centre
235 Queens Quay W.  Toronto  ON  M5J2G8
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/summer/festivals.cfm?festival_id=81

[email protected]
416-973-4600 
all ages
Canoe Rides on the Natrel Pond May to October. Free outdoor concerts. Free Flicks July and August – outdoors by the lake, see 6 films;  Dancing on the Pier Thursdays starting June 23 – see the boardwalk heat up!  Weekends from June 25 – Oct10, experience World Cafe. SoundClash competition – see the shortlist of Toronto’s hottest bands performing in July. Also, Colombian Colours 2 Diaspora Festival July 15 – 17, Tirgan Iranian Festival July 21 – 24, Calypso festival July 27, Island Soul Festival July 29 – August 1st, What’s Classical? August 5 – 7,  Fortune Cooking Food Festival August 12 – 14, Masala! Mehndi! Masti! August 19 – 21, TELUS TAIWANfest August 26 – 28th. See website for events September – October.

Textile Museum of Canada
55 Centre Ave.  Toronto  ON  M5G2H5
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.textilemuseum.ca/

[email protected]
416-599-5321  416-599-5321 x 2228
all ages
Permanent collection of over 12,000 objects from more than 200 coutries. It celebrates cultural diversity through traditional fabrics, garments, carpets, beadwork and basketry. Many themed shows and exhibitions. Many monthly programs include artists’ talks, workshops, clinics, seminars, family days etc. Also adult group visits and school visits (students and teachers). Experiences and activities link directly to the Ontario curriculum and cater to all grade levels.  

Academy of Artisans
1963 Avenue Rd.  Toronto  ON  M5M4A3
North York, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.academyofartisans.com

[email protected]
416-322-9997 
all ages
School of arts, crafts and cooking. Open 7 days a week for all ages and abilities. Courses taught in areas like art history, baking, basketry, cooking, crochet, flower arranging, photography, glazing, painting, home decorating and improvement, jewelry, knitting, leather, pattern-design, pottery handbuilding, pottery throwing, glass painting, sculpture in various media including clay, iron work, papier mache and stained glass. Winter, March break, Passover and Summer Camps, parties, gallery.

Ancaster Fall Fair and Agricultural Society
630 Trinity Road, R. R. # 1  Jerseyville  ON  L0R1R0
Hamilton, Halton and Brant Region

http://www.ancasterfair.ca/

905-648-6198 
all ages
Car shows and clubs, animal events, fair, gallery, auctions.

Antique Market
Oakville Place, 240 Leighland Ave.  Oakville  ON  L6H3H6
Hamilton, Halton and Brant Region

http://www.asinter.com/oakville_place_map.htm/

[email protected]
613-521-1970 
all ages
Free, all welcome. First weekend of each month. Find all kinds of treasures, vintage fashion, country furniture, boutique jewelry etc. 

Art Gallery of Ontario
317 Dundas Street West  Toronto  ON  M5T1G4
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.ago.net/camps

[email protected]
416 979 6660 ext. 368 
6 to 13
Day camp – arts, dance, music, coed.

Art Toronto
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front St. W.  Toronto  ON  -
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www.arttoronto.ca
[email protected]
 604-730-2065  1-800-663-4173
all ages
October 28th to 31st, 2011.  The Toronto International Art Fair is an annual event with an opening night preview on October 27th to benefit the AGO. Exhibitions, Power Talks from art world figures, intimate tours with art experts are some of the special projects.  
Art Works Art School
238 Jane St.  Toronto  ON  M6S3Z1
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.artworksartschool.com/

[email protected]
416-766-0662 
all ages
Summer camps for ages 3 to 16. Adult classes for age 15 and up. Art Works out Back program for ages 4 and up. Family Sundays, March and winter break programs. Birthdays, events and workshops. 

Arts on Main  2011
Main streets of Alliston, Beeton, Cookstown and Tottenham  South Simcoe  ON  -
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http://www.southsimcoeartscouncil.com/uploads/AoM_brochure_2011_final_print.pdf/

[email protected]
705-434-2378 
all ages
May 28 – June 11, 2011. Free music festivals, celebrations, art, street performers, authors and carnivals along the main streets of these towns. See website brochure for details on Tottenham Bluegrass Festival June 17 – 19; Cookstown’s Re:Style Vintage June 15th; Youth Arts by the River May 28 – June 11 – juried art show open to all youth up to grade 12; Scavenger Hunt May 28 – June 11; Battle of the Brushes June 11th in Alliston. 

Artventure: McMichael Canadian Art Collection
10365 Islington Avenue  Kleinburg  ON  L0J1C0
York, Durham and Hills of Headwaters Region

http://www.mcmichael.com/

[email protected]
905-893-1121  1-888-213-1121
4 to 15
Art gallery featuring Group of Seven paintings, summer art camp for ages 4 to 15, Sunday concerts, art classes for kids, family activities. 

Beach Studio Tour
Multiple locations – see website  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.beachstudiotour.ca/

[email protected]
416-691-5195  416-988-9704
all ages
A self-guided annual free tour to see and buy original art from artists at various studios in the beautiful Toronto Beach area. Paintings, jewelry, textiles, ceramics, photography, sculpture and metal arts. 

BEACHES ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW
Kew Gardens Park – Lee Ave. and Queen St. E.   Toronto  ON  -
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www.beachesartsandcraftsshow.com
[email protected]
416-690-8859  416-698-0143

Saturday, June 11 & Sunday, June 12, 10am-6pm. Over 150 crafts people from across Canada selling quality one-of-a-kinds. 

Black Creek Pioneer Village
1000 Murray Ross Parkway  Toronto  ON  M3J2P3
North York, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.blackcreek.ca/

[email protected]
416-736-1733 
all ages
Example of a typical village set in the 1800′s. Ongoing events, programs for groups and schools. Day camps for ages 8 to 14. Young Apprentice Program offered in summer for ages 13 to 15. Celebrate Father’s Day June 18 – 19, 2011 watching the Battle of Black Creek – Revolutionary War Re-enactment as more than 200 soldiers perform. BBQ’d ribs lunch. July 1 Canada Day Celebrations with traditional games, horse-drawn wagon rides. Timeless Tales, Popular Children’s Stories Come to Life happens July and August. 

Burlington Art Centre’s Fine Art and Craft Sale
Burlington Arts Center  Burlington  ON  L7S1T7
Hamilton, Halton and Brant Region

http://www.thebac.ca/

[email protected]
905-632-7796 
all ages
June 11 – 12. Juried arts and crafts show throughout the arts centre. Also see the studio spaces, gallery shop and check out the arts and craft classes.

Campbell House Museum
160 Queen St. W.  Toronto  ON  M5H3H3
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.campbellhousemuseum.ca/

[email protected]
416-597-0227 
all ages
The oldest remaining building from the original town of York is open to the public and school groups. A rare classical example of Georgian architecture. Special events like Winterlicious are frequent at the museum. Visit The Gallery and the Hearth & Garden at Campbell House restaurant which is now open for lunch. School programs can be customized and include a tour of the house. 

Casa Loma
1 Austin Terrace  Toronto  ON  M5R1X8
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.casaloma.org/

[email protected]
416-923-1171 
all ages
Canada’s majestic castle. Decorated suites, secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, stables, towers, and estate gardens. Self-guided tours in a variety of languages, for the visually and hearing impaired. Seasonal events and performances. 

Cedar Ridge Creative Centre and Gallery
225 Confederation Drive  Scarborough  ON  -
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http://www.toronto.ca/culture/cedar_ridge.htm/

[email protected]
416-396-4026 
all ages
Built as a family home in 1912, it now consists of working studio spaces delivering art programs to people of all ages. On-site art gallery. March break and summer camps for kids. 

Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto
5183 Sheppard Avenue East  Scarborough  ON  M1B5Z5
Scarborough, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.cccgt.org/

[email protected]
416-292-9293 
all ages
The largest Chinese cultural centre in North America! Art gallery. State-of-the-art 600-seat theatre and 8500 square foot multi-purpose hall for sports, recreational activities, trade shows and banquets. Resource centre, boardroom, studios and classrooms. Family Connections Programme, Youth Chapter, Friendship Programme, Group Tours, Cultural and Educational Services. Events almost every day! Green Summer Camp for ages 4 to 12 – children trained in both Cantonese and Mandarin. Youth Orchestra, Chinese School. Classes in Chinese Opera, music-strings, table tennis, board games, cartooning… So much to do – you must see the website!

Cirque du Soleil
Multiple locations – see website    ON  -
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http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/en/home.aspx#/en/home/americas/canada.aspx

[email protected]
 

Touring live theatre company performing many different adventurous and imaginative shows around the world. Art galleries, fitness programs for women and private, corporate and public events. 

CityPass
for Multiple locations  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.citypass.com/

[email protected]
1-888-330-5008 
all ages
Discounted admission to 5 must-see Toronto attractions: CN Tower, Casa Loma, Ontario Science Centre, Royal Ontario Museum and the Toronto Zoo. 

Contemporary Paintings Exhibition by the Bangladeshi-Canadian Artists
Todmorden Mills Heritage Site, 67 Pottery Rd.  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.toronto.ca/culture/museums/featured-events.htm/

[email protected]
416-396-2819 
all ages
June 1 – 13, 2011. Free admission to the Papermill Gallery. Exhibition runs Tuesday to Friday 10 – 4:30 and the weekend noon to 5. 

Cre8iv80 Studio
  Mississauga and Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.cre8iv80studio.com/

[email protected]
 
all ages
Arts and crafts workshops, juried shows, fund raising activities, studio rental.

Distillery District Farmers’ Market
55 Mill St., Building #58, Suite 200  Toronto  ON  M5A3C4
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.distilleryfarmersmarket.blogspot.com/

[email protected]
416-364-1177  416-507-3454
all ages
In addition to the farmers’ market on Sundays, you’ll find distinctive shops, excellent restaurants, jaw-dropping art galleries and fabulous performances. The distillery district comprises 10 streets with over 40 heritage buildings as this is the largest collection of Victorian era industrial architecture in North America. The Distillery is a trendy hot spot for residents an tourists alike offering numerous arts and entertainment festivals throughout the year like the famous Luminato night-time arts festival and TD Jazz Festival. The cobblestone streets are for people only and The Distillery District is listed as a top pick for travellers by National Geographic magazine. 

Distillery Historic District
55 Mill Street, Building #58 Suite 200  Toronto  ON  M5A3C4
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.thedistillerydistrict.com/

[email protected]
416-364-1177  416-507-3454
all ages
Internationally acclaimed village of brick-lined streets and dozens of restored Victorian Industrial buildings. It’s home to live theatres, art galleries, fashion, design and jewelry boutiques, unique cafes and award-winning restaurants. It’s completely closed to traffic and one of Ontario’s hottest tourist attractions. So many exiting events throughout the year! Truly a place for everyone. MEC Bikefest June 25, 2011, Artisans at the Distillery Mid Summer Craft Show July 30 – August 1, 2011 – Free admission. open daily 11-6. ArtFest at the Distillery Outdoor Art Show Sept 2-5, 2011.  

East Scarborough Community Festival Market
St. Margaret’s Parkette, 4130 Lawrence Ave. E. at Morningside  Toronto  ON  -
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http://wx.toronto.ca/festevents.nsf/farmers+markets?openform

416-562-5557 
all ages
Thursdays, June 2 – August 25, 2011 from 1-5. Numerous vendors of all sorts including vegetable and fruit stands, BBQ, art exhibits, information booths, childrens’ activities and entertainment. 

Eskimo Art Gallery Inc.
12 Queen’s Quay W.  Toronto  ON  M5J2V7
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.eskimoart.com/

[email protected]
416-366-3000  1-877-364-6845

Founded in 1981, you’ll find the finest contemporary Inuit art from the Canadian north. Sculptures of all sizes and prices, prints, books, crafts, dolls, tapestry and corporate gifts.  

Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery
399 The West Mall  Etobicoke  ON  -
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http://www.seetorontonow.com/Visitor/Experience/Arts-Theatre-and-Culture/Art-Galleries/Listing.aspx?ID=9928&catID=102&m=Etobicoke+Civic+Centre+Art+Gallery/

[email protected]
416-394-8628 
all ages
Exhibits change monthly and feature mostly artworks of annual juried shows of art organizations. 

Gallery 1313 Window Box – call for emerging artists
Gallery 1313, 1313 Queen St. W.  Toronto  ON  M6K1L8
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.g1313.org/

[email protected]
416-536-6778 
all ages
An artist-run centre exhibiting local, national and international contemporary art. Supports emerging artists with professional development and career-building opportunities. Offers the public art exhibitions and cultural events. 4 unique exhibiting spaces house over 70 exhibitions and many cultural events each year. 

Gallery 260
260 Richmond St. East, Suite 100  Toronto  ON  M5A1P4
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.gallery260.com/

[email protected]
416-777-0260 

Fine art and classic cars. Contact gallery to reserve free parking spot. See website for exhibitions, info about the artists, events and programs too. The gallery is open 7 days a week. 

Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art and Open Clay Studio
111 Queen’s Park   Toronto  ON  M5S2C7
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.gardinermuseum.on.ca/

[email protected]
416-586-8080 
all ages
Opened in 1984 and had a major expansion from 2004 to 2006. School groups, exhibitions, clay classes for beginner to advanced for adults and kids. Half-day and full-day kids clay camps, family Sundays from 1 to 4. Drop-in clay classes every Wednesday  6 – 8 pm, Fridays 6 – 8 pm, and Sundays 1 – 3 pm.

Huronia Historical Parks and Sainte-Marie among the Hurons
16164, Highway 12 East  Midland  ON  L4R4K8
Bruce Peninsula, Southern Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe Region

http://www.hhp.on.ca/

705-526-7838 
all ages
Sainte-Marie was the ancestral homeland of the Huron Wendat Nation, a branch of the Iroquoian family. Learn how their history changed over time and experience the many events that are held here and nearby. 

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Koffler Centre of the Arts
Temporarily in the Prosserman Jewish Community Centre, 4588 Bathurst St.  Toronto  ON  M2R1W6
North York, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.kofflerarts.org/

[email protected]
416-638-1881 x 4249 
all ages
Renowned for groundbreaking art exhibitions and many other artistic disciplines. Music classes, painting and drawing for all ages. Pottery for beginners for ages 5 to 15. Beginner/Intermediate Rock Band with Scott for ages 8 and up. Guitar, piano, painting, drawing and pottery for adults. Family pottery too! Also many classes in dance, drama, music, visual art, literature and lifestyle classes like cooking. School group and social group programs too. 

Meaford Hall Arts & Cultural Centre
12 Nelson St. E.  Meaford  ON  N4L1N6
Bruce Peninsula, Southern Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe Region

http://visitmeaford.com/meaford-hall-home.html/

[email protected]
1-877-538-0463 

Formerly known as the Opera House, it’s a beautifully restored and renovated century-old landmark. Hosting many performances including live theatre, music, films, dance, entertainment, community, corporate and social events. June 18, 2011 is when you can hear Grammy award-winning conductor Bramwell Tovey, Music Director of the Vancouver Symphony and Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. 

Museum of Inuit Art
207 Queen’s Quay West  Toronto  ON  M5J1A7
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.miamuseum.ca/

416-640-1571 
all ages
Visit southern Canada’s only public museum devoted exclusively to Inuit art. We welcome guided group tours and school visits as well as individual visitors. MIA Kids offered every weekend from 12 to 5pm for hands-on art and cultural activities for young ones and families. Visit to see the art collection, exhibitions and events. 

Niagara Historical Society Museum
43 Castlereagh St.  Niagara-on-the-Lake  ON  L0S1J0
Niagara Falls and Wine Country Region

http://www.niagarahistorical.museum/

[email protected]
905-468-3912 
all ages
Learn about the history of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Enjoy exhibitions like 50 Years Shaw Festival Retrospective: a Multimedia Journey Through Time running March to September 15, 2011. Also walking tours, lectures, permanent exhibit. 

Oakville Galleries Classes and Camps
120 Navy Street and 1306 Lakeshore Road East  both in Oakville  ON  -
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http://www.oakvillegalleries.com/

[email protected],
905-844-4402 
4 and up
Programs age 4 and up, camps age 6 and up, Parties age 5 and up.

Port Credit Art Show
Multiple locations – see website  Port Credit  ON  L5H1E9
Mississauga, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.portcredit.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=64&Itemid=36

 
all ages
July 15 – 17, 2011. Artists from all over southern Ontario showcase a variety of media in the beautiful waterfront setting of the Credit Village Marina. See website for art galleries having special presentations and events. 

Rails End Gallery & Arts Centre
23 York St., POB 912  Haliburton  ON  K0M1S0
Haliburton Highlands to the Ottawa Valley region

http://www.railsendgallery.com/programs.php/

[email protected]
705-457-2330 

Community Drum Circle Wednesdays 6:30 – 8. Art Attack – art outdoors. Treasures N Trash is a huge community yard sale happening June 18, 2011. Vintage goods, antiques, used and handcrafted items, preserves, plants and more. 

Rose Festival and Student Photography Exhibit
140 King St.  Welland  ON  L3B3J3
Niagara Falls and Wine Country Region

http://www.wellandmuseum.ca/

[email protected]
905-732-2215 

Rose Festival and Student Photography Exhibit runs April 16 – June 30, 2011. See the museum’s website for other events and displays.

Royal Botanical Gardens
680 Plains Road West  Burlington  ON  L7T4H4
Hamilton, Halton and Brant Region

http://www.rbg.ca/

1-800-694-4769  905-527-1158
5 and up
Coed camps ages 5 and up, leadership training, ecoleaders, kids clubs, public programs like drumming, art, horticulture,  school groups.

Royal Ontario Museum Summer Club
100 Queen’s Park  Toronto  ON  m5s2c6
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.rom.on.ca/programs/rom_kids/summer_club/index.php

[email protected]
416-586-5797 
all ages
Activity-based camps. ROMkids weekends, Saturday Morning Club, ROM sleepovers, Summer Club, March Break Camp, Explorer’s Club, Family Events. Camps age 5 to 14. LIT program age 14 to 16.

Sarah and Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre
4600 Bathurst St., 4th Floor  Toronto  ON  M2R3V2
North York, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://holocaustcentre.com/

[email protected] 
416-631-5689 
all ages
Programs, workshops, performances, cultural events, exhibitions, museum and memorial, library, school and educational programs, bar/bat mitzvahs and more.  

Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
Multiple locations – see website  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.contactphoto.com/

[email protected]
416-539-9595 
all ages
May 1 to 31st, 2011 throughout downtown Toronto. Figure and Ground is this year’s theme. Works will explore the shifting tensions between humanity and nature. 37 featured exhibitions – see festival map. Sneek a peak at the primary exhibitions from the website’s pictures. 

Scotiabank Nuit Blanche
Multiple locations – see website  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.scotiabanknuitblanche.ca/home.shtml

[email protected]
 
all ages
A free all night comtemporary art event Oct.1, 2011 from 6:59 P.m. to sunrise.  See art all over the city in public spaces free of charge. 

Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
ONE FRONT STREET EAST  Toronto  ON  M5E1B2
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.sonycentre.ca/

[email protected]
416-393-7463 
all ages
See a variety of performances from Max and Ruby to Elvis Costello, Alicia Keys, the Russian Alexandrov Red Army Choir and Ensemble etc. Under 30 club gets tickets for them and a guest for 15 dollars each. Art gallery on site. 

St. Lawrence Market
92  and 95 Front St. E.   Toronto  ON  M5E1C4
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.stlawrencemarket.com/

[email protected]
416-392-7219  416-392-7604
all ages
Over 120 specialty merchants and vendors. Said to be one of the 25 best markets in the world. Visit the Farmers’ Market – Saturdays from 5 a.m., Market Gallery, Sunday Antique Market, The Market Kitchen for cooking classes, and special events like the Food and History Show, Strawberry Festival – June 18, 2011,10 – 1. Also meet 3 Celebrity Chefs and get their book autographed! Candian Central Regional Barista Competition and Coffee Fair – July 5 10-5, July 6 10-4. Corn Roast – August 6, 11-3. Outdoor Woofstock – June 11, 12 10 – 6; and Buskerfest – August 25 – 28 festivals. 

TD Irie Music Festival
Multiple locations – see website  Toronto  ON  -
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http://iriemusicfestival.com/

[email protected]
905-799-1630 x 28 
all ages
The 10th annual festival held July 29th to August 1st, 2011 is a free family friendly celebration of music at Queen’s Park and Yonge-Dundas Square. Music from reggae to salsa, soul to African. Dance from the African Diaspora. Also a visual arts exhibition, spoken word/literature, film screenings, food and drinks. There’ll be a children’s area for face painting, colouring contests with prizes, giveaways and TD Mural Wall. 

The Artist Project Toronto
Queen Elizabeth Building, 180 Princes’ Blvd., Exhibition Place  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.theartistprojecttoronto.com/

[email protected]
416-960-3680  416-960-4527
all ages
This art fair is a meeting ground for artists, collectors and art enthusiasts. See over 200 juried contemporary artists, for 4 days. Scholarships and awards. 

Todmorden Mills Heritage Museum & Art Centre
67 Pottery Rd.  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.toronto.ca/culture/museums/todmorden.htm

[email protected]
416-396-2819 
all ages
A complex of historic buildings set in the Don Valley. 2 miller’s homes, Papermill Theatre and Gallery, 9.2 hectare wildflower preserve and walking trails. Summer camps for ages 5 to 8. June 1 – 13, 2011 is the Contemporary Paintings Exhibition by the Bangladeshi-Canadian Artists. Free admission to the Papermill Gallery. Exhibition runs Tuesday to Friday 10 – 4:30 and the weekend noon to 5. 

Toronto Buildings
Multiple locations – see website    ON  -
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http://www.toronto.ca/toronto_images/gallery_building.htm

[email protected]
416-392-2489 
all ages
Trinity Square, Eaton Centre, Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre, BCE Place, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Convocation Hall, Pearson International Airport, Chum Building, Canon Theatre, Bata Shoe Museum, Massey Hall, Old City Hall, Metro Hall, Scarborough, East York, North York and York Civic Centres, Metro Convention Centre, Toronto City Hall, Rogers Centre, Roy Thompson Hall, Direct Energy Centre, Ontario College of Arts and Design, CN Tower, Ontario Place, Hockey Hall of Fame, Sony Centre, Royal Alex Theatre etc. see website for pictures and info. 

Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition
Nathan Phillips Square  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.torontooutdoorart.org/

[email protected]
416-408-2754 
all ages
July 8th to 10th, 2011, Free admission. This is the largest outdoor art exhibition in Canada with hundreds of artists. It is a juried annual showcase of contemporary fine art and crafts. Opens at 10:30 a.m. all days. Closes at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, at 6:30 on Sunday. 

Toronto Public Libraries
Toronto Public Library Board

789 Yonge Street

Toronto, Ontario M4W 2G8    ON  -
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http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/

[email protected]
416-393-7215 
all ages
Book, CD, DVD rentals, programs, classes and exhibits and rental spaces. Reading festival and programs, photography events and exhibits, movie times, book signings etc. 

Toronto Sculpture Garden
115 King St. E.  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.torontosculpturegarden.com/

[email protected]
416-515-9658 
all ages
Free admission. Open daily. Art exhibitions throughout the year.