This category includes web sites for local artistic, cultural, and entertainment activities, events, institutions, businesses, and organizations. Examples include sites about architecture, artists, art galleries, venues, dance, libraries, movies, museums, music, photography, and theater.
Includes history, memories, maps, and general information.
Offers arts courses in theatre and acting, clown, filmmaking and creative writing. Also sponsors an overnight summer camp that offers residential camp with a focus on the arts, for those ages 12 to 18.
Non-profit production organization to support media artists. Located in Toronto.
Offers creative art programs for people of all ages, featuring theatre, drama and improvisation.
To encourage artistic growth in both emerging and established artists, contribute to the economy and local tourism, promote inclusion and equity, support healthy social change and help create audiences for the future. Toronto based.
A convention and events building at the CNE grounds.
A non profit cultural organization which creates events and activities to educate and entertain the diverse public of the Toronto area. Hosts a diverse range of artistic events and includes upcoming appearances.
This project explores intersections of literature and place in the Toronto region.
Photo galleries, poetry and fiction by Adam Krawesky, reflecting life in Toronto.
Annual series at Harbourfront featuring readings by writers, and the annual International Festival of Authors.
Cultural, leisure and entertainment parkland extending throughout three man-made islands along the Lake Ontario waterfront.
An entertainment company specializing in celebrity impersonations. Includes a photo gallery.
What's happening in Toronto with culture, arts, design, architecture, music, photography, performance, film.
Dedicated to the enhancement of Scarborough through the promotion and strengthening of its visual, performing, literary and community arts.
A major performance venue with 3,200 seats, and an historical and cultural landmark in Toronto since 1960. Provides coming events, general information about the facility, and selected landmark performances.
Monthly gathering of Toronto's creative community, and an opportunity to network, share ideas, and keep in touch. Includes photographs and show schedule.
A speculative fiction reading and discussion group based in Toronto. Includes a history and FAQs about the club.
Supports the development, accessibility and excellence of the arts through volunteer committees and board members. They offer grants programs, funded by city council, to arts organizations and professional artists.
A group who hold bi-monthly meetings to swap and chat about books, share bookcrossing experiences, ask and answer questions, and discuss issues related to bookcrossing.
Performing arts centre located in North York. Features schedule of events in studio theatre and the George Weston Recital Hall.
Artist run media arts centre, offering accessible production, post-production, and exhibition support. Located in Toronto.
Promotes opportunities for women in film and television in Toronto.
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