Events in Toronto this April show that spring is ramping up and there's already plenty to do like see some documentaries, taste the latest in all things coffee, or stop in at any of the free events happening around the city.Events you might want to check out:
Creative Minds (April 4 @ Massey Hall)
Salman Rushdie, Andrea Fraser, Charles Officer, and Iskwé discuss art and truth in an era of fake news.
Toronto Art Crawl (April 8 @ The Great Hall)
Local artists and designers show off their goods with everything from original art, fashion, jewelry, photography, and metal work available for purchase.
Images Festival (April 12-20 @ Multiple Venues)
Independent artists, photographers, and filmmakers take the spotlight with screenings, exhibitions, and performances at venues across the city.
Fun Home (April 13 - May 6 @ CAA Theatre)
Alison Bechdel's graphic novel comes to life with the story of Alison as she works to untangle her complex relationship with her deceased father.
Coffee and Tea Expo (April 14-15 @ Evergreen Brick Works Pavilions)
Back for another year, the Coffee & Tea expo showcases emerging trends and new beans from local vendors and indie cafes.
Fashion Art Toronto (April 17-21 @ Daniels Spectrum)
A five-day showcase of art-influenced fashion presentations, performances, multidisciplinary art installations, photography, and short film.
Massive Illusion (April 19 @ Art Gallery of Ontario)
The AGO plays host to an art party that will see the gallery transformed into a kaleidoscopic dreamworld for one night only.
Sandwich Fest (April 22 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
Sandwiches get the star treatment this month, alongside vendor tastings, wine, a sandwich design competition, and eating competition.
Hot Docs Festival (April 26 - May 6 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
This year's Hot Docs will feature over 200 films from Canada and around the world, focusing especially on female-driven and diverse stories.
Digifest (April 26-28 @ Corus Quay)
This tech festival brings leaders and innovators in the world of media and gaming to Toronto for three days of programming, activities, and discussion.
by Lisa Power via blogTO