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What’s On Calendar
May 31 – June 6, 2021

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.

Portraits in COVID Times: Documenting a Nation in Change

Monday, May 31, 2021
Accessible 24/7

A large-scale photo exhibition that shows how Canadians are living through this significant moment in time. Each photograph speaks to the ingenuity, kindness, grief, humour, hope and creativity that have emerged from our shared pandemic experience.

“THE ONLY TONGUE IN VOGUE”

Monday, May 31, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Joi T. Arcand, our Visual Artist-in-Residence, presents a large-scale exhibition that helps us to envision a future where Indigenous languages are once again “in vogue” on Indigenous land.

Femme de Fleur - Apanaki Temitayo M

Monday, May 31, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Apanaki Temitayo M’s portrait series, Femme de Fleur, is a celebration of melanated beauty, strength and grace in women – literally the goddess in feminine energy. Part of Kuumba 2021.

Everything she left behind - Christine Nnawuchi

Monday, May 31, 2021
Accessible 24/7

The eclectic, organic sensibility of these porcelain clay sculptures is reminiscent of an ancient time and speaks to the artist’s ancestral African roots. Part of Kuumba 2021.

The Dancers – Marissa Alexander

Monday, May 31, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Artist Marissa Alexander’s joyful installation of clay tiles, The Dancers, celebrates Spring and invites us to dance!

Portraits in COVID Times: Documenting a Nation in Change

Tuesday, June 1, 2021
Accessible 24/7

A large-scale photo exhibition that shows how Canadians are living through this significant moment in time. Each photograph speaks to the ingenuity, kindness, grief, humour, hope and creativity that have emerged from our shared pandemic experience.

“THE ONLY TONGUE IN VOGUE”

Tuesday, June 1, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Joi T. Arcand, our Visual Artist-in-Residence, presents a large-scale exhibition that helps us to envision a future where Indigenous languages are once again “in vogue” on Indigenous land.

Femme de Fleur - Apanaki Temitayo M

Tuesday, June 1, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Apanaki Temitayo M’s portrait series, Femme de Fleur, is a celebration of melanated beauty, strength and grace in women – literally the goddess in feminine energy. Part of Kuumba 2021.

Everything she left behind - Christine Nnawuchi

Tuesday, June 1, 2021
Accessible 24/7

The eclectic, organic sensibility of these porcelain clay sculptures is reminiscent of an ancient time and speaks to the artist’s ancestral African roots. Part of Kuumba 2021.

The Dancers – Marissa Alexander

Tuesday, June 1, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Artist Marissa Alexander’s joyful installation of clay tiles, The Dancers, celebrates Spring and invites us to dance!

Portraits in COVID Times: Documenting a Nation in Change

Wednesday, June 2, 2021
Accessible 24/7

A large-scale photo exhibition that shows how Canadians are living through this significant moment in time. Each photograph speaks to the ingenuity, kindness, grief, humour, hope and creativity that have emerged from our shared pandemic experience.

“THE ONLY TONGUE IN VOGUE”

Wednesday, June 2, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Joi T. Arcand, our Visual Artist-in-Residence, presents a large-scale exhibition that helps us to envision a future where Indigenous languages are once again “in vogue” on Indigenous land.

Femme de Fleur - Apanaki Temitayo M

Wednesday, June 2, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Apanaki Temitayo M’s portrait series, Femme de Fleur, is a celebration of melanated beauty, strength and grace in women – literally the goddess in feminine energy. Part of Kuumba 2021.

Everything she left behind - Christine Nnawuchi

Wednesday, June 2, 2021
Accessible 24/7

The eclectic, organic sensibility of these porcelain clay sculptures is reminiscent of an ancient time and speaks to the artist’s ancestral African roots. Part of Kuumba 2021.

The Dancers – Marissa Alexander

Wednesday, June 2, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Artist Marissa Alexander’s joyful installation of clay tiles, The Dancers, celebrates Spring and invites us to dance!

We Exist in the Future – Part of Speak Surge Amplify

Wednesday, June 2, 2021
2:00pm

What does change look like, and what are we dreaming for our transformed futures? Bringing together Black, Indigenous and Afro-Indigenous artists and activists in conversations on systems of change and creative process.

Portraits in COVID Times: Documenting a Nation in Change

Thursday, June 3, 2021
Accessible 24/7

A large-scale photo exhibition that shows how Canadians are living through this significant moment in time. Each photograph speaks to the ingenuity, kindness, grief, humour, hope and creativity that have emerged from our shared pandemic experience.

“THE ONLY TONGUE IN VOGUE”

Thursday, June 3, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Joi T. Arcand, our Visual Artist-in-Residence, presents a large-scale exhibition that helps us to envision a future where Indigenous languages are once again “in vogue” on Indigenous land.

Femme de Fleur - Apanaki Temitayo M

Thursday, June 3, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Apanaki Temitayo M’s portrait series, Femme de Fleur, is a celebration of melanated beauty, strength and grace in women – literally the goddess in feminine energy. Part of Kuumba 2021.

Everything she left behind - Christine Nnawuchi

Thursday, June 3, 2021
Accessible 24/7

The eclectic, organic sensibility of these porcelain clay sculptures is reminiscent of an ancient time and speaks to the artist’s ancestral African roots. Part of Kuumba 2021.

The Dancers – Marissa Alexander

Thursday, June 3, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Artist Marissa Alexander’s joyful installation of clay tiles, The Dancers, celebrates Spring and invites us to dance!

Portraits in COVID Times: Documenting a Nation in Change

Friday, June 4, 2021
Accessible 24/7

A large-scale photo exhibition that shows how Canadians are living through this significant moment in time. Each photograph speaks to the ingenuity, kindness, grief, humour, hope and creativity that have emerged from our shared pandemic experience.

“THE ONLY TONGUE IN VOGUE”

Friday, June 4, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Joi T. Arcand, our Visual Artist-in-Residence, presents a large-scale exhibition that helps us to envision a future where Indigenous languages are once again “in vogue” on Indigenous land.

Femme de Fleur - Apanaki Temitayo M

Friday, June 4, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Apanaki Temitayo M’s portrait series, Femme de Fleur, is a celebration of melanated beauty, strength and grace in women – literally the goddess in feminine energy. Part of Kuumba 2021.

Everything she left behind - Christine Nnawuchi

Friday, June 4, 2021
Accessible 24/7

The eclectic, organic sensibility of these porcelain clay sculptures is reminiscent of an ancient time and speaks to the artist’s ancestral African roots. Part of Kuumba 2021.

The Dancers – Marissa Alexander

Friday, June 4, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Artist Marissa Alexander’s joyful installation of clay tiles, The Dancers, celebrates Spring and invites us to dance!

Figure as Index – Luther Konadu

Friday, June 4, 2021
Accessible 24/7

An exploration of portraiture by Winnipeg-based artist Luther Konadu is our new large-scale photography installation for this summer. Part of the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival.

Portraits in COVID Times: Documenting a Nation in Change

Saturday, June 5, 2021
Accessible 24/7

A large-scale photo exhibition that shows how Canadians are living through this significant moment in time. Each photograph speaks to the ingenuity, kindness, grief, humour, hope and creativity that have emerged from our shared pandemic experience.

“THE ONLY TONGUE IN VOGUE”

Saturday, June 5, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Joi T. Arcand, our Visual Artist-in-Residence, presents a large-scale exhibition that helps us to envision a future where Indigenous languages are once again “in vogue” on Indigenous land.

Femme de Fleur - Apanaki Temitayo M

Saturday, June 5, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Apanaki Temitayo M’s portrait series, Femme de Fleur, is a celebration of melanated beauty, strength and grace in women – literally the goddess in feminine energy. Part of Kuumba 2021.

Everything she left behind - Christine Nnawuchi

Saturday, June 5, 2021
Accessible 24/7

The eclectic, organic sensibility of these porcelain clay sculptures is reminiscent of an ancient time and speaks to the artist’s ancestral African roots. Part of Kuumba 2021.

The Dancers – Marissa Alexander

Saturday, June 5, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Artist Marissa Alexander’s joyful installation of clay tiles, The Dancers, celebrates Spring and invites us to dance!

Figure as Index – Luther Konadu

Saturday, June 5, 2021
Accessible 24/7

An exploration of portraiture by Winnipeg-based artist Luther Konadu is our new large-scale photography installation for this summer. Part of the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival.

Portraits in COVID Times: Documenting a Nation in Change

Sunday, June 6, 2021
Accessible 24/7

A large-scale photo exhibition that shows how Canadians are living through this significant moment in time. Each photograph speaks to the ingenuity, kindness, grief, humour, hope and creativity that have emerged from our shared pandemic experience.

“THE ONLY TONGUE IN VOGUE”

Sunday, June 6, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Joi T. Arcand, our Visual Artist-in-Residence, presents a large-scale exhibition that helps us to envision a future where Indigenous languages are once again “in vogue” on Indigenous land.

Femme de Fleur - Apanaki Temitayo M

Sunday, June 6, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Apanaki Temitayo M’s portrait series, Femme de Fleur, is a celebration of melanated beauty, strength and grace in women – literally the goddess in feminine energy. Part of Kuumba 2021.

Everything she left behind - Christine Nnawuchi

Sunday, June 6, 2021
Accessible 24/7

The eclectic, organic sensibility of these porcelain clay sculptures is reminiscent of an ancient time and speaks to the artist’s ancestral African roots. Part of Kuumba 2021.

The Dancers – Marissa Alexander

Sunday, June 6, 2021
Accessible 24/7

Artist Marissa Alexander’s joyful installation of clay tiles, The Dancers, celebrates Spring and invites us to dance!

Figure as Index – Luther Konadu

Sunday, June 6, 2021
Accessible 24/7

An exploration of portraiture by Winnipeg-based artist Luther Konadu is our new large-scale photography installation for this summer. Part of the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival.

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