Here are my picks for the top art shows to check out this fall in Toronto.
The in/future arts and culture festival launched last night and will run until September 25. Spread out over 14 acres, it's truly a feast for the eyes, ears and belly (there are food trucks and bars scattered all over the property).
They're celebrating 10 years with 10 days of programming from September 9-18. It's their biggest, most ambitious festival yet, and though it's a youth-focused fest, there's most definitely something for every taste and interest.
That's right, from November 18 to 20, Hot Docs will be hosting Toronto's very first international podcast festival. And no, this won't just be a collective listening session. Instead, it'll feature live episodes of your favourite audio shows.
With the exception of the odd event rental and Ontario Place maintenance staff roaming the 14-acre property, there's no life on the island portion of the property. Well, that is until now.