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Harbourfront Centre is disappointed to announce that serious infrastructure issues have forced the closure of its iconic outdoor waterfront rink this winter.
We are also deeply disappointed that we must cancel our 2020–21 skating season, including our Learn to Skate program, as we were all looking forward to getting outside and skating on one of the most beautiful rinks in the city. Learn more here.
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.
Saturday, February 3, 2018
The visionary and hilarious Trey Anthony returns to Toronto for an intimate and uplifting night of honest girl talk.
Sunday, February 4, 2018
John Matheson is a partner at StrategyCorp and serves The Power Plant as Chair of the Board of Directors. He will share his lifelong interests in art, Germany and politics, by leading a conversation on Emeka Ogboh's exhibition The Song of the Germans.
Saturday, February 10, 2018
Celebrate Blackness at a ball that showcases international legends!
Sunday, February 18, 2018
Josh Heuman is Curator of Education & Public Programs at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery. After starting his museum career in Omaha, Nebraska, he also worked at the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University, Salt Lake Art Center and Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. In addition to running programs for audiences of all ages, he has organized dozens of exhibitions and published and presented on art history and pedagogy. Heuman will discuss Michael Landy’s exhibition DEMONSTRATION.
Saturday, February 24, 2018
Don't miss this chance to see Gina Yashere in Toronto in a hilarious night of comedy by women of colour. With Erin Jackson, Keesha Brownie and Crystal Ferrier. Hosted by Trey Anthony
Sunday, February 25, 2018
Lee Maracle is a Sto:Loh nation scholar and author who was born in North Vancouver, BC. She has published over 20 works, currently is a Mentor for Aboriginal Students at University of Toronto, where she also is a teacher, and is the Traditional Cultural Director for the Indigenous Theatre School. Maracle will discuss Kader Attia’s exhibition The Field of Emotion.