Toronto is a Girl Friday today with lots of different events happening all over the city. A big Indigenous arts market is on and Dine Alone Records is having a pop-up. Winter at Ontario Place is here and the iconic LOVEBOT is having an exhibition.Events you might want to check out:
Heathers (November 23 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
Ryder. Slater. The 80s. Shoulder pads. High school cliques. Death. This movie has since achieved cult status, and is it really any wonder why?
ROM Friday Night Live (November 23 @ Royal Ontario Museum)
The last FNL of the year is gonna be lit with local bands like The Darcys on hand for a night of tunes, art, food and drink among the dinosaur bones.
No Man's Land (November 23 @ Mod Club)
A night of electronica is on with DJ Medicineman leading a huge party with interactive art, dance, tilting, aerials, hopping, live tunes and visuals.
Blade Runner (November 23-25 @ Cinesphere)
Fresh off his Han and Indie success, a young Harrison Ford stars in one of the most visually magnificent futuristic sci-fi masterpieces ever made.
Indigenous Artisan Marketplace (November 23-25 @ Native Canadian Centre of Toronto)
Jewellery, dreamcatchers, clothing, moccasins, paintings and more from over 40 Indigenous artists and makers are available at this three-day market.
LOVEBOT Exhibition (November 23-25 @ Cabbagetown Building)
Toronto's most familiar talisman for all things love is taking to the gallery for a solo exhibition featuring new works, artist talks, shopping and more.
Shorts That Are Not Pants Film Festival (November 23-24 @ Cinecycle)
Small films can tell a big story and this film festival includes a selection of shorts by filmmakers from Canada and all over the world.
The Price of Everything (November 23-26 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Ever wondered how Hockney's painting sold for $90 million? This doc looks at the complex ecosystem that's the driving force behind the art market.
Dine Alone Black Friday Pop-Up (November 23-28 @ Dine Alone Records)
Dine Alone Records is opening up for a Black Friday pop-up in honour of Record Store Day with all kinds of records, merch and a big makers market.
Winter at Ontario Place (November 23 - March 17 @ Ontario Place)
Ontario Place kicks off another year of wintery activities like ice skating, a light festival, winter fair, bonfires and lots more all season long.
by Lisa Power via blogTO