Mercer Union, a non-for-profit art gallery dedicated to the existence of contemporary art, is once again bringing you the good life; by providing a forum for the production and exhibition of Canadian and international “conceptually and aesthetically engaging art and related cultural practices”. This is something that Torontoist can totally get behind. They pursue their primary objectives through activities that include exhibitions, lectures, screenings, performances, publications, events and special projects. This year, the Mercer Union Centre for Contemporary Art is proud to announce their third installment of Mercer Living – a bi-annual exhibition and fundraiser. This year’s theme, Stellar Living, focuses on contemporary urban style, much like the style that we at Torontoist most naturally possess. (Or aim to at least). Stellar Living brings together the unique works of over fifty Canadian and international artists, like 3rd Uncle, Douglas Coupland, Shinobu Akimoto and loads other architects and designers who have created furniture, art and design items to be exhibited and then auctioned off at a gala fundraising event on May 10th in support of Mercer Union. The exhibition, which runs from April 28th to May 9th, (but closed Sundays) takes place at Givins/Shaw Public School, 180 Shaw St. For more details, visit Stellar Living.