Visual Arts

Events listing

Winter 2017 Exhibition Season

January 28, 2016-May 14, 2017

Experience exhibitions by Jonathas de Andrade, Maria Hupfield and Kapwani Kiwanga, with the second iteration of the Fleck Clerestory Commission Project by Latifa Echakhch still on view.

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Power Tour

June 25, 2016-September 2, 2017

Every Saturday, join a thirty-minute guided tour of The Power Plant’s current exhibitions and engage in a dialogue about art and ideas.

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In Conversation: Jonathas de Andrade

January 19, 2017

Artist Jonathas de Andrade speaks with Carolin Köchling, Curator of Exhibitions at The Power Plant, about his exhibition on view at The Power Plant.

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Visual Arts Exhibitions Winter 2017

January 21-June 18, 2017

Our five winter exhibitions explore aspects of work through a variety of media, including fashion, lighting, jewellery and photography and include a co-production with Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Toronto and Triennale di Milano.

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Visual Arts Exhibitions Winter 2017 Opening Party

January 27, 2017

Join us for the official opening reception of our winter exhibitions! Enjoy a cash bar and snacks while you mingle with artists and Harbourfront Centre curators.

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Winter 2017 Opening Party

January 27, 2017

Be the first to experience three new exhibitions by artists Jonathas de Andrade, Maria Hupfield and Kapwani Kiwanga, on view until 15 May 2017.

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Power Kids: Off to the Races

January 29, 2017

Create your own rubber-band powered horse-drawn carts out of wood, string and modelling clay.

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Stroller Tour

February 2, 2017

Stroller Tours are designed to ease concerns that parents, guardians and caregivers may have regarding crying babies or talkative children in the galleries.

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The Invisible Majority

February 3-11, 2017

The Invisible Majority is a celebration of community and an appreciation of the diverse hues and existence of melanated people. The work on display is a small portion of the artist's photographic archive and stand in tribute to the communities of people who constitute as "home".

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Sunday Scene: cheyanne turions

February 5, 2017

cheyanne turions is an independent curator and writer from Toronto. She will discuss Kapwani Kiwanga’s exhibition A wall is just a wall.

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Power Kids: Time for Chimes

February 5, 2017

Join us as we explore metal as an art material by bending and hammering thin pieces of metal to craft chimes and bells.

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Film: Sun Ra: Space is the Place (1974)

February 16, 2017

The Power Plant is pleased to present Sun Ra’s seminal afrofuturist film Space is the Place (1974).

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