Visual Arts

 

May 18–20 & 22–24, 2019

Collage Party

Paul Butler

Ontario


Saturday, May 18 / 11am–6pm
Sunday, May 19 / 11am–6pm
Monday, May 20 / 11am–6pm
Wednesday, May 22 / 9:30am–2:30pm
Thursday, May 23 / 9:30am–2:30pm
Friday, May 24 / 9:30am–2:30pm

Marilyn Brewer Community Space

Collage Party is a nomadic, collective studio where you can join in the fun of making your own collage alongside internationally renowned artist Paul Butler. This social artwork project has travelled to a variety of venues around the globe, including museums, universities, schools, galleries, department stores – and now Harbourfront Centre.

All day

May 18–20 & 22–24, 2019

Love Your Hair

Shellicka Anglin

Ontario


Saturday, May 18 / 11am–6pm
Sunday, May 19 / 11am–6pm
Monday, May 20 / 11am–6pm
Wednesday, May 22 / 9:30am–2:30pm
Thursday, May 23 / 9:30am–2:30pm
Friday, May 24 / 9:30am–2:30pm

Marilyn Brewer Community Space

Rising artist Shellicka Anglin showcases the beauty of protective Black hairstyles. With the use of vibrant colours, Love Your Hair highlights the key aspects and importance that braids, bantu knots, dreads and curls have in Black culture.

All day

 

May 18–20, 2019

In Deep Water

Rebecca Jane Houston

Ontario


Saturday, May 18 / 11am–6pm
Sunday, May 19 / 11am–6pm
Monday, May 20 / 11am–6pm

Lake Ontario, south of the Concert Stage

A new art installation created for Junior. Toronto-based artist Rebecca Jane Houston explores how our overuse of plastic is taking over our waterways.

All day

May 18–20, 2019

Harbourfront Centre’s Education Team Art Exhibition

Ontario


Saturday, May 18 / 11am–6pm
Sunday, May 19 / 11am–6pm
Monday, May 20 / 11am–6pm
Wednesday, May 22 / 9:30am–2:30pm
Thursday, May 23 / 9:30am–2:30pm
Friday, May 24 / 9:30am–2:30pm

Garage Bays

Immerse yourself in the creative responses of the young artists who have participated in our School Visits and Camps programs. You’ll be inspired by the big thoughts from Toronto’s growing minds.

All day