Today in Toronto

Today in Toronto: Fan the Flames, A Chorus Queen, NXNE, What it Means to be Seen, Regent Park Film Fest

Today in Toronto a number of Pride-ly art exhibits are opening up: What it Means to be Seen at Ryerson Image Centre, Fan the Flames: Queer Positions in Photography at the AGO (on free night!), Ross Watson at XI, and Just me and Allah at a few venues. Post a Letter Social Activity Club AKA Pal-Sac wants to hook you up with a pen and a pen-pal at Wise Bar, and Regent Park Film Fest is screening Hany Abu-Assad's Omar under the stars. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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Photo via AGO: Raphael Bendahan, #17, 1971 (Dressing Up together for the Show). From the series, 1970. Chromira print. 11 x 14 in.


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