It's a day for art as events in Toronto today will see the MOCA open for free. Elsewhere, there's a market dedicated to wellness at The Gladstone while an exhibtion explores the history of music on Bathurst Street. Music, movies and more are all on as well.Events you might want to check out:
Community Sundays (March 24 @ MOCA)
The newly-relocated MOCA is opening its doors to the public again this month totally free of charge, including all its ongoing exhibitions.
Wellness Market (March 24 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Spring is a time of renewal and this specialty market offers handmade items to step up your self-care game through shopping and education.
History of Bathurst St. Sounds (March 24 @ A Different Booklist)
Part of the Myseum festival, this archive exhibit takes a look back at the unique history of Bathurst Street's once-thriving music scene.
Drop Dead Fred (March 24 @ The Royal Cinema)
Say it fives times fast: British-American comedy fantasy film Drop Dead Fred brings it all when telling the story of an imaginary friend.
Video Void (March 24 @ Dundas Video)
House, techno, funk, disco and vinyl make up this VHS video jam with live performances and video art all night long.
Toronto R&B Sounds (March 24 @ The Baby G)
The city's R&B scene is one you do not want to sleep on, and up-and-coming artists from it are playing some soulful songs for a Sunday evening.
Ungarbage Fashion (March 24 @ Wenona Lodge)
Bring forth and unload your unworn clothing at this clothing swap, with fellow fashion enthusiasts trading gently used duds just in time for spring.
A Woman Of Paris (March 24 @ Revue Cinema)
Charlie Chaplin's first feature film captures the life of a wealthy woman who chooses true love over luxury, screened with live accompaniment.
Slack's Music Reunion (March 24 @ Supermarket)
Sunday afternoons are for discovering new music and local artists are dropping by for a mini music festival spanning different genres.
Fawn's Day Party (March 24 @ Monarch Tavern)
It's Canadian opera and classical music like you've never seen it as arts collective FAWN showcases new and innovative works.
by Lisa Power via blogTO