Tim Burton Toronto

Tim Burton-themed art show on now in Toronto

Tim Burton fans might be partial to Halloween, but starting today - on Easter Monday - everyone can celebrate both holidays with a new all-women art exhibition dedicated to the American filmmaker.

Yes, the Gladstone Hotel is currently playing host to a show called A Tribute to Tim Burton. It'll feature work from more than 25 local female animators and illustrators.

Organizer and curator Tammy Semen has been running themed exhibitions featuring Toronto animators for the past number of years. Previous incarnations have centred around figures such as Roald Dahl and Wes Anderson. And this isn't the first Tim Burton exhibition to pop up in Toronto; back in 2010, TIFF held a massive one at the Lightbox.

This Tim Burton show, however, starts today and will run until April 14 - if you want to see it, you'll have to move quickly. When you visit, head to the hotel's second floor gallery. And don't forget to say Beetlejuice's name three times.

Lead image by Hyein Lee.


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