Travel back to turn-of-the-century Paris—La Belle Époque—with the Toronto Summer Music Festival. Established and up-and-coming classical musicians gather for this three-week festival to celebrate works by French composers such as Ravel, Debussy, and Fauré. Lectures, workshops, interviews, and concerts will take place in various venues across the city.
Got something to say about Toronto’s housing situation? Attend and take part in Collectively Speaking, an alternative town hall meeting. There, three of the city’s most innovative art and design collectives, The Project Gallery, The Hashtag Gallery, and 185 Augusta, will go head to head in a friendly competition to come up with the best way to provide affordable housing in a major metropolitan centre.