Events in Toronto today feature the opening of Yoko Ono's highly anticipated Riverbed exhibition as well as the always popular Artist Project. There will also be free poke bowls to consume and a burlesque show to warm you up after the sun sets.Events you might want to check out:
Yoko Ono's The Riverbed (February 22 - June 3 @ Gardiner Museum)
This three-part installation by Yoko Ono invites visitors to participate in the artwork through everyday action and contemplation.
The Artist Project (February 22-25 @ Better Living Centre)
Collectors and curators, to gallerists and designers come together to let visitors explore and discover works of art from over 250 top Canadian and international artists.
Recipe for Change (February 22 @ St Lawrence Temporary North Market)
Get your fill of all you can eat and drink from over 30 top chefs in support of FoodShare's work promoting healthy food and food literacy in schools.
Best of Sci-Fi/Fantasy Short Film Festival (February 22 @ Carlton Cinemas)
This free events features seven of the best sci-fi short films from around the world today.
A Burlesque Mystery Game (February 22-23 @ Painted Lady)
The first of two shows, get immersed in a show that promises an unforgettable evening of striptease, horror, and hilarity.
Empowerment (February 22 @ Burdock)
This LGBTQ, female, and non-binary identifying comedy showcase brings together some of the best names in the game.
Free Poke Bowls (February 22 @ H2 Kitchen)
Choose from a selection of signature poke, salad, noodle, and smoothie bowls as part of H2 Kitchen's grand opening.
A Night Of Excellence (February 22 @ The Boat)
Celebrate ethnic diversity with a variety of vendors and performers, featuring Afro fusion, R&B, dancehall, and reggae tunes and the sounds of DJ Ty Hale.
First Shot Charity Bash (February 22 @ Free Society TV)
Support a good cause at POV 3rd Street's First Shot Charity Bash featuring music from some of Toronto*s hottest female DJ's including DJ Cookie Doh, DJ Lisa Monet, and DJ Killa Kelz.
The Stories We Tell (February 22 @ Royal Ontario Museum)
Visual storytellers David Coulson and Samantha Stephens use video and photography help us see what goes into understanding the world around us.
by Lisa Power via blogTO