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Harbourfront Centre joins with communities across the globe in the condemnation of all forms of racism.

We are appalled by the most recent anti-Black racism the world is witnessing. Black lives matter. We are heartened by the strong show of support with peaceful anti-Black racism protests in Toronto, and we are committed to working with our community to end systemic racism.

As an arts and cultural institution, Harbourfront Centre is committed to diversity and equity – in the public we welcome onsite each day of the year, in the artists we support, and in our daily working lives.

We also respect and honour Indigenous sovereignty, and we are committed to amplifying Indigenous artists’ voices.

Following the cancellation of our summer programming due to COVID-19, we have been working to create programming that will be delivered digitally. In the coming days, we will announce our plans for programming that will leverage the power of art to raise awareness about inequities in our communities.

We recognize that we must all work to be better allies, and we commit to doing better, every day. We at Harbourfront Centre are committed to continually examining our practices and our assumptions to ensure that Harbourfront Centre is a safe place for our staff, our artists, and our public – a place of respect for all peoples.

Harbourfront Centre continues to monitor the rapidly changing situation regarding the COVID-19 virus. For the health and safety of all our staff and our volunteers, our patrons, supporters and the community, and in line with the advice and guidelines of Toronto Public Health, we will be closed to the public until further notice. Learn more here.


Joi T. Arcand Artwork

Harbourfront Centre’s Visual Artist-in-Residence, Joi T. Arcand, presents a work that helps us to envision a future where Indigenous languages are once again “in vogue” on Indigenous land.

Visual Arts


Summer Music in the Garden at Home

Summer Music in the Garden

This summer, we’re bringing the joy, spirit and community of Summer Music in the Garden to your homes.

Starts July 5



da mic is on

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Join us for an online series of candid conversations, comedy, spoken word and art focused on the Black experience. Curated and hosted by Ashley McKenzie-Barnes and Trey Anthony.