Posts Filed Under: “Hart House”
Toronto celebrates the first anniversary of the armistice.
A design competition to revitalize the central campus, which could include bringing back a long-buried element.
A budding star finds opportunities on stage and screen in 1950s Toronto.
The appropriation of aboriginal dress, history, and imagery, and the stereotypes associated with them.
In today's Urban Planner: Get geeky with Science at the Movies, a Spotlight Japan dance showcase, and celebrate Black History Month with
The Meeting at Hart House.
Today: a lecture on green economies,
Descant Magazine launches its winter issue, a human rights photo exhibition, and HAIR debuts at The Papermill Theatre.
Today: celebrate the 175th anniversary of Colborne Lodge, learn to make and preserve your own pear chutney, watch
The Boxing Girls of Kabul at Hart House, and catch a Douglas Coupland lecture at the Power Plant.
Today: find engaging stories at the Living Library, let the Glenn Gould School New Music Ensemble entertain you with
Playful Virtuosity, and join Sheryl Kirby as she launches her book of food stories and essays.
Improv in Toronto stages a zombie attack on the University of Toronto campus.
In today's Urban Planner: Dancing for charity, discussing the effects of the U.S. election with former U.S. ambassador Michael Wilson, and Sam Sutherland celebrates the release of his book
Perfect Youth: The Birth of Canadian Punk.
Today: Learn to craft your heritage story; Steam Whistle launches its October art exhibit; and
The War of 1812: Been There, Won That screens under the stars at Fort York.
The seminal "occupier" makes a well-timed visit to Toronto.