Saturday Jan. 20, 2018

Arts & Entertainment

Press releases and information on Toronto's arts, culture and entertainment.

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Kleinburg - The Art of Robert Bateman, a major retrospective exhibition that explores the work of Canadian wildlife artist Robert Bateman has enjoyed record attendance since it opened September 1st at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. The popular exhibition will be extended to Sunday, November 4th. It was originally scheduled to close on Sunday, October 28th.
Kleinburg - A retrospective exhibition of the work of the late Miller Brittain, curated by McMichael Canadian Art Collection CEO Tom Smart  will be opening at the public gallery on November 16th. 
Toronto - This season the magic of the holidays begins in Toronto with Canada’s widest range of shopping experiences to go along with top theatre, winter festivals and classic Toronto holiday moments.  Holiday-Season Shopping Packages From $89* Per Night.
Toronto - Sprockets Toronto International Film Festival for Children is inviting young film buffs and aspiring filmmakers to participate in the 11th annual festival, running from April 12 to 18, 2008. Submissions for Jump Cuts Young Filmmakers Showcase and applications for Sprockets Young People's Juries are now being accepted.
Toronto - Toronto took another step forward as a global tourism destination in 2007, welcoming a record 10,660,000 overnight visitors. Tourism Toronto’s marketing and sales programs focused on attracting high-value customers, including overseas travellers and major conventions, helping offset formidable challenges such as new passport rules and the rising Canadian dollar.

Toronto - On June 9, 2008, the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto will launch its new exhibition FACING MARS. Featuring interactive exhibits that encourage visitors to “walk on Mars”, test and launch rockets and “fly over” the Martian landscape.

Toronto - Anousheh Ansari, the world’s first female private space explorer, landed in Toronto today at the Ontario Science Centre.
Kleinburg - The McMichael Canadian Art Collection is offering free admission to all gallery visitors on Easter Monday—March 24th, 2008. Visitors will be able to enjoy the gallery’s extensive Group of Seven and Tom Thomson collection as well as two new exhibitions; Drawing Conclusions: The Group of Seven and Their Legacy and The Iconography of theImagination: The Art of James Reaney for free.

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