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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Events

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is an opportunity for Canadians to engage in a dialogue of understanding and healing – to acknowledge the truth, foster reconciliation, and work together to build a better future.

Exploring the Meaning of Home

What does "Home" mean to you? This question lies at the heart of #APlaceICallHomeHalton, a community art project led by media artist Faisal Anwar.

“Fables in Yarn” Zine

Alisa McRonald is a contemporary textile artist who experiments with themes of folklore, fables and the esoteric. Check out Alisa’s zine to learn about about her project!

Messages in the Public Realm

Owen Marshall is an artist and printmaker based in Toronto. His work examines the way text and signage influence the surrounding environment. Here, he's interviewed by Dave Dyment about the ideas behind his Creative in Residence project.

ChoreoSensing Public Spaces within Residential Neighbourhoods

Whether it’s urban or suburban areas in cities, public spaces in residential areas are fundamental to everyday life experiences which have been linked to the well-being and quality of life of residents.


Creative in Residence Juliane Foronda on archive accessibility, the privilege of nostalgia, and how board games reflect social values.

maawanji’idiwag: they come together

Creative in Residence Chelsea Smith explores the threads of ancestral wisdom that bond and connect us all.

Rituals for Belonging

Myung-Sun Kim’s ongoing project, ‘Rituals for Belonging’ invites artists of various disciplines to share rituals that may recall joy, desire, and belonging.

Cultivating Connections: Pikangikum to Toronto

Artistic connections strengthen ties between Toronto’s Esplanade and Pikangikum First Nation. Learn more about the long term cultural exchange between these two Ontario communities.

Summer Spectacular: Ontario Festivals and Events

This summer, communities across the province come alive with a kaleidoscope of festivals and events. From music festivals to outdoor movie screenings and cultural family fun, it's the perfect time to make memories and discover new horizons.

Surviving and Thriving in Brockville

After being pushed out of Toronto by rising rents, Carolyn Bennett – like many artists – relocated to a semi-urban setting. Last year, she wrote about her move to Brockville. We checked in with her one year later.

Honouring Indigenous History Across Ontario

June is Indigenous History Month, and National Indigenous People's Day will take place on June 21st. Celebrate the diversity of traditions, arts, and customs of First Peoples throughout the province with these local gatherings.