Update: Please note information on Rwanda commemoration below on April 10, added after we first published this blog. Most of us have a lot
My first choices for this period are China’s Ai Weiwei’s new exhibition and France’s impressionist painters’ industrial landscapes – beauty even in coal smoke.
Here’s this week’s list of mostly free or almost-free events in our culturally-diverse city. Something for everyone: a Martin Luther King Jr. concert; Estonian
Christmas services Portuguese, Danish or Tamil style. Bringing in the New Year meditating in the Korean or Japanese Buddhist way. These are among the
As we move into December, Christmas activities seem to dominate. In addition to religious events, look for seasonal theatre, parties, fund raisers, flower shows,
If you are proud of the cultural diversity in Toronto, please send this blog to your friends abroad. It’s our usual sampling of what’s
The world is in Toronto but Toronto is out there in the world. Last year, an exhibition of Canadian art was shown in Venice,
Opportunities to meet a Bangladeshi, Black, Saudi Arabian/Yemenite, Syrian, German and/or a Trinidadian author. A Ramadan iftar and Newcomers Day in Nathan Phillips Square.
During this period, you can meet representatives of the cultures of about 40 different countries and regions, and four different religions. They can tell
Asian and Jewish heritage month events. Poetry in Dutch. An Anishinaabe artist exhibits her work beyond the AGO. The German jazz group Subtone plays