Harbourfront Centre

Harbourfront Centre CEO talks about our new public venues

We have undergone an extensive site transformation, creating new public spaces and amenities for our central waterfront site. The surface between York Quay Centre and Queen’s Quay Terminal now features two forest-inspired public spaces; Ontario Square and Canada Square plus a new outdoor exhibition venue and marketplace. In this video William J.S. Boyle, CEO of Harbourfront Centre explains the significance …

Read more

Posted in Miscellaneous | Tagged , , , , ,

Nine Rivers City: Almost there

We’re just days away from the opening of NINE RIVERS CITY and our team is working around the clock! The images are arriving from the printers and they look amazing. We have just three days to install everything, but no worries – those incredible portraits are in good hands. Come down on Friday, June 21 and help us celebrate this fantastic exhibition in our new location in the Exhibition Common.

Read more

Posted in Visual Arts | Tagged , , , , , , , , ,

Nine Rivers City: Christopher Manson

For the exhibition NINE RIVERS CITY, Christopher Manson spent months traveling with a group of Toronto and Region Conservation archeologists, photographing them on their day-to-day activities. He photographed the landscape they were researching and documented the procedures they followed from their controlled digs to the cleaning and analyzing of found artifacts.

Read more

Posted in Visual Arts | Tagged , , , , , , , , ,

Nine Rivers City: Surendra Lawoti

If you’re driving east out of Toronto, there’s a bridge over a river that you cross, which is for many the dividing line between the city and the country. This dividing line is the Rouge River, starting at the Oak Ridges Moraine and flowing down into Lake Ontario. It’s one of many rivers that bisect Toronto. For the exhibition, NINE RIVERS CITY, the artist, Surendra Lawoti, chose the Rouge River to research and explore.

Read more

Posted in Visual Arts | Tagged , , , , , , , , ,

Nine Rivers City: Things are on the move

We are three weeks away from the opening of Nine Rivers City – our next large scale photo exhibition in the largest outdoor exhibition space in Canada. We’re moving the stands to a new and improved location in one of our new park squares. The space is called Exhibition Common and all 40 stands will be placed in a dynamic new configuration. The stands are being prepped and painted and will be being moved to their new location. Stay tuned as we get closer to the grand opening.

Read more

Posted in Visual Arts | Tagged , , , , , , , ,

Nine Rivers City: Toronto’s Extraordinary Waterways

On June 21, we open a new exhibition, in collaboration with Toronto and Regional Conservation, called NINE RIVERS CITY, a stunning showcase of Toronto’s uncommon waterways which we hope will go a long way to fostering people’s understanding of – and appreciation for – this intricate part of Toronto’s urban landscape.

Read more

Posted in Visual Arts | Tagged , , , , , , , ,