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An awesome place for fellow Arts and Culture lovers around our city to meet, attend and organize events, share ideas and interests!

Join us as we explore Toronto galleries, museums, fairs, and the best in international films, theatre, opera, food, dance, architecture/design, music and the avant-garde.

We will be active with many of the festivals and fairs that take place throughout the year.

Above all we want to create leading events where people can make new friends while enjoying common interests.

We ask that if you are joining us, you make Toronto Arts & Culture, one of your Top 3 Toronto Meetup groups. Some of our events are quite large, some are intimate. If we can't find you, pls try and find us as best you can. If we are not able to connect up, if you are new to our group..don't give up, try again, as we will do! After 3-5 times coming out, you will have made some new arts & culture friends.

If you need to change/update your RSVP, please do so in a timely and professional manner. When you join, try and get a picture posted and a bit of info about yourself...its helps in identification at events.

Some of our events are ticketed, some have service charges, but the majority are free.

We look forward to meeting you soon!

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City of Toronto: BigArtTO & StrollTO & HistoticTO

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After six months, It's not been easy, getting back in the Arts & Culture groove, but after 10 years, and almost 1000 events, we are sooooo ready...safely.. First day of Fall 2020....maybe the best walking time of year..in your bubble...Personally I believe, the City of Toronto has brought out many great initiatives over last 6 months or so..here are THREE..buy something local on your way to the start...coffee/croissant..maybe new shoes! Grab a friend, partner, colleague, or solo..We'll keep this info up on Meetup for a week or so, but the events here go for a few months.. THESE are NOT group led events by US...on your own please.. Experience art illuminated at BigArtTO, a city-wide public art celebration featuring free access to over 200 hours of temporary public artworks projected onto local buildings and landmarks. Created by Toronto artists, the projections will play Wednesday through Saturday in each of Toronto’s 25 wards allowing residents access to artwork without having to leave their neighbourhood. Which Ward are you in, and will you check it out? Event Details and Schedule: Browse the event schedule below for the upcoming BigArtTO locations near you. While experiencing BigArtTO, discover small businesses in your neighbourhood https://www.toronto.ca/explore-enjoy/festivals-events/showloveto/bigartto/ AND Explore Toronto Through Self-guided Tours..StrollTO Starting September 18, residents can play tourist in their city and discover the unexplored shops, stops, places and spaces within Toronto’s main streets. Free self-guided exploration guides are now available to take residents on a journey to uncover thriving main streets within each neighbourhood, highlighting points of interest such as attractions, public art, green spaces and historic buildings within all of Toronto’s 25 wards. Click on your neighborhood...I learned something new from mine..and bet you will also.. https://www.seetorontonow.com/explore-toronto/StrollTO/ AND HistoricTO is a time-ticketed tour experience that connects Toronto’s communities by providing equitable and inclusive access to local history, heritage and land-based learnings at Toronto History Museums... https://www.toronto.ca/explore-enjoy/history-art-culture/museums/ These will keep you busy and engaged, until we meet again! (no need to rsvp....BUT if you wish to organize a Walk or Stroll in your Ward..maybe others will join..be respectful..be professional..if you do)


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Hi All, Our friends at Hill Strategies (in Hamilton), have produced this extremely interesting, relevant, and timely report: Arts attendance and Covid-19: This report summarizes 11,295 survey responses collected in mid-June via the mailing lists of 83 Ontario-based arts organizations that received operating support from the Ontario Arts Council. As is the case for all surveys where people self-select whether to respond, there is uncertainty as to whether the responses provide a representative sample of all attendees at the 83 arts organizations. https://hillstrategies.com/2020/09/09/covid-19-audience-outlook-monitor-ontario/ I know where I am. Where are you? (no need to post any comments, unless you feel strongly about something...but nothing political please) I wish to very much thank Kelly and Alix at Hill Strategies for letting me share this with you. Publisher is Ontario Arts Council Authors are WolfBrown

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Culture Days & CBC: State of the Arts 2020

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