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The Economic Impact of Arts and Culture Tourism

Ontario Arts Council-funded report shows that arts and culture tourism within Ontario has triple the economic impact of non-arts and culture tourism.


Ontario Celebrates Black Excellence

We’re gearing up for Black History & Black Futures Month with events, exhibitions, and performances that highlight the contributions of Black communities in Ontario.


People dancing a traditional dance at dusk

Ontario Culture Days 2023 Highlights

From September 22 to October 15, 2023, Ontario Culture Days brought together over 1.8 million participants across the province for a lively celebration of artistic and cultural diversity.


Find Great Arts and Culture in the GTHA

From art installations to farmers markets, film screenings, dance lessons, and community-building activities, join the celebration of arts and culture across the GTHA.


Get Creative with Central Ontario Hubs and Organizers

Ontario Culture Days in Central Ontario boasts a range of unique events, including open studios, literary sessions, wood carving demonstrations, and more.


Discover Art and Culture in Southwestern Ontario

As we enter the second half of the festival – on until October 15th, 2023 – our Southwestern Ontario Festival Hubs welcome you!


Plan an Ontario Culture Days outing with Eastern Hubs and Organizers

Plan a cultural Fall staycation to Eastern Ontario! There are still so many Ontario Culture Days Festival events happening.


Celebrate Ontario Culture Days with Northern Hubs and Organizers

There's still time to attend Ontario Culture Days Festival events! Check out the many events happening in the last two weeks of the Festival at our Northern Hubs in Sault Ste Marie and Thunder Bay.


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.