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Toronto - The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, September 2022

Happy September! Season announcements and back to school activities are happening all along the Corridor. Special announcements, plus outstanding programming from all partners make for a wonderful September of arts and culture exploration!

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Royal Ontario Museum

Discover Toronto with a ROMWalk! ROMWalks are guided walking tours of Toronto that encompass the diverse aspects of Toronto's vibrant neighbourhoods including history, architecture, arts of all varieties, education and more. ROM offers free walks in 9 neighbourhoods. Enjoy a walk every Sunday in September! Walks start at 2pm and are normally under 2 hours. No registration or advance notice is needed for the free tours. Just meet at the starting point of the walk and look for the ROM purple umbrella. More information can be found here.

Alliance Française de Toronto

Alliance Française de Toronto is thrilled to launch its new cultural season. To start, discover the work of Carolina Reis, an artist fascinated by the ubiquitous virtual communications and intangible connections that join all living things. The exhibition "Over connections" will be visible September 7-24. On September 9, a concert by Marie-Clo where her eclectic indie pop tackles current themes and conscious lyrics, but also conjures a colourful and enchanted world. On September 16, AFT will welcome the TRACK company for their unique theatrical representation in Toronto: "Moi, fardeau inhérent", a powerful and poetic play about domestic violence directed and interpreted by Daniely Francisque. Two films will also be screened this month: Anaïs in Love on September 8 and Madly in Life on September 22. Looking forward to seeing you soon! All event information can be found at their website.

VEMU Estonian Museum Canada

On September 1, there will be a University of Toronto Munk School lecture titled, “Catching and Convicting Russian Spies: the Estonian Experience” by Dr Ivo Juurvee. This September, VEMU will also be celebrating its home, Tartu College, on its 50th anniversary! All are welcome to join the celebration at an all-out dance party concert on September 23 at the Axis Club Theatre, featuring top funk bands, Toronto's own Shuffle Demons and Estonian based Lexsoul Dancemachine. On September 24 the celebration continues with the Vello Soots Memorial lecture by Estonian textile artist Anu Raud and the opening of the exhibition, "Our Tartu" which looks back on 50 years of history of Tartu College as a student residence and culture centre. This will be followed by a documentary film screening on September 25 of the building's history. For more information, visit their website.

Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto

September is a busy month at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, and not only with students returning to campus at the University of Toronto. The library’s first major exhibition since the winter of 2020 launches: “Certaine Worthye Manuscripts: Medieval Books in the Fisher Library” will celebrate the medieval book, and the medieval written word more generally, in all its variety in terms of both subject matter and physical form. It opens September 6 and runs to December 20. Also, the library’s biennial Fisher Small and Fine Press Fair returns, featuring some of the country’s finest artists and bookmakers selling their books, illustrations and broadsides. The fair is on Saturday September 10, 10am-5pm. All events at the Fisher are free to the public. More information can be found at their website.

Toronto Reference Library

Block by Block is a participatory, multimedia program led by Toronto Ward Museum in partnership with ten other organizations, including Toronto Public Library. The exhibition is on display in the TD Gallery at Toronto Reference Library until November 20. It honours stories of migration, life and change in four Toronto neighbourhoods: Agincourt, Parkdale, Regent Park and Victoria Park. Experience the stories of newcomers, young people and Indigenous community members. Listen to oral histories to hear how the sights, sounds, smells and relationships can make a neighbourhood feel like home. And ask yourself: How are these stories like your own? How can they guide future city-building? What do you value in your neighbourhood? Learn more.

University of Toronto, Faculty of Music

The University of Toronto Faculty of Music opens its 2022-2023 season on September 15 with audience-favourite Thursdays at Noon. The University of Toronto Percussion Ensemble kicks off the free lunchtime series as the Faculty returns to in-person concerts in Walter Hall at the Edward Johnson Building. Thursdays at Noon continues September 29 with Innovators featuring Zachary Senick, bassoon, and Charlene Chin, harp. This concert is the first in the new Laureates series featuring exceptional student musicians and award-winners from across the faculty’s programs. Come hear the stars of tomorrow! On Friday, September 23 at noon the Faculty is thrilled to welcome Canadian Grammy® Award-winning baritone Elliot Madore presenting this year's Riki Turofsky Master Class in Voice. Visit their website to download notes, the Faculty’s 2022-2023 season brochure, and for complete event details.

Women's Art Association of Canada

Dignam Gallery presents: Artist’s Choice, WAAC members’ exhibition August 17 to September 3.
Also on will be 2021-22 Artist-in-residence, Jaspal Birdi’s: Eyes Looking Without Seeing from September 7 to 26, with the opening reception on September 8. Ruth Upjohn Gallery presents: Hortensia Reyes August 24 to September 3; Catharina Goldnau September 7-17; Elizabeth Greisman September 21 to October 1. On September 15 at 1pm, WAAC presents Artist’s Voice zoom lecture series Present: Past/Future with Ed Pien. Jazz at WAAC returns on September 9: the concert will take place in our Dignam Gallery. Please visit their website for event details and registration information.

The Royal Conservatory

The Royal Conservatory starts the new 2022.23 concert season by honouring the lives and knowledge of Indigenous people. Dancer, storyteller, and activist Sarain Fox guides an evening that includes Juno Award nominee Nimkii; then Rebecca Cuddy sings a song cycle by composer Ian Cusson and poet Marylin Dumont (all Métis) accompanied by the New Orford String Quartet and Philip Chiu; and Tomson Highway unveils his irreverent and freewheeling “Cree Country” band with singer Patricia Cano. Co-curated with Denise Bolduc. Free tickets will be available starting Friday, September 16, 2022, at 10am. Call 416.408.0208 to request tickets in advance. Head to their website to learn more.

The Japan Foundation, Toronto

September is the start of a new semester for online Japanese language classes at JFT. Register now to get the early bird special and take their classes anywhere in Canada! JFT’s spotlight on Ainu, the indigenous people of Japan, continues with documentaries by the late HIMEDA Tadayoshi, as well as an in-depth introduction to these films by Dr. Marcos Centeno (University of London). A new exhibition of woodblock prints will begin on September 8 entitled Hiroshige's "Edo Hyaku": With Originals from the ROM. On September 15, JFT Book Club Online will discuss Temple Alley Summer by KASHIWABA Sachiko, a featured guest author at this year’s Toronto International Festival of Authors. For up-to-date information about events related to Ms. Kashiwaba’s appearance, please visit their website.

Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema

Hot Docs Cinema's September lineup will feature theatrical releases of Hot Docs Festival 2022 selections Unloved: Huronia’s Forgotten Children, a searing account of the hidden truths surrounding Ontario’s oldest government-run home for disabled children; and Fire of Love, the story of two intrepid scientists devoted to understanding the mysteries of volcanoes. The much-anticipated Three Minutes: A Lengthening, narrated by Helena Bonham Carter, transforms rare colour home-movie footage shot in 1938 Poland into a testament to victims of the Holocaust. Making its exclusive Toronto premiere is Banksy: Most Wanted, a highly-entertaining film exploring the many faces and facets of this provocative artist. Special events include a 40th-anniversary screening of Pink Floyd's The Wall and a 50th-anniversary screening of I Am A Dancer, an intimate portrait of Rudolf Nureyev. Find inspiration in one of the new Curious Minds courses, back this month, with topics ranging from 1960s classic rock to the history of fashion. Visit the Hot Docs website to view their programming schedule.

Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre

They are still taking registrations for fall programs this September at the Miles Nadal JCC! From pottery studio classes for all ages to all levels of Hebrew classes, to singing harmony in person with their choirs, and their Suzuki string classes for all ages, there is an abundance of arts and Culture at the J for all to explore! ReelAbilities Film Festival Toronto is returning for a special fall series, taking place September 14-16! This free, virtual series will feature professional development and networking events for filmmakers and performers with disabilities. Their September online exhibit, Love The Stranger: 100 years of JIAS, will feature the Jewish refugee experience as well as the Canadian Jewish community’s role in supporting diverse refugees. Presented by the Ontario Jewish Archives Sept 1–30. More Arts, Culture, celebrations, wellness, aquatics, fitness, families and Early Childhood Education at their website.

Bata Shoe Museum

Summer may be ending but there’s always something new to see at Toronto’s favourite shoebox! Discover 4,500 years worth of footwear history in their All About Shoes exhibition, explore 18th century footwear in The Great Divide, or see the most futuristic shoes in Future Now. It’s almost time to say goodbye to their All Dolled Up exhibition which will be closing on October 2, 2022. Thanks to the generous support of KPMG, the BSM continues to offer free admission Sundays! Book your tickets in advance by visiting their website. Can’t make it in person? Their Salon Series returns on Wednesday September 21 as they invite Dr. Chika Stacy Oriuwa as their guest speaker! Keep up with new episodes of Off the Shelf or read articles from their curatorial team on their blog Step into the BSM. Visit their website so you never miss anything!

Istituto Italiano di Cultura

Registration for the Fall Term culture and language courses offered by the Istituto Italiano di Cultura opens on September 19. Students can enjoy an authentic Italian environment fostered by the many cultural events organized by the Institute. In addition, the IIC dedicated Italian mother-tongue teachers will assist you in the learning process, creating a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere. Courses are offered in-person and online. IIC has also extended the exhibition Borghi italiani (Italian Villages) to October 31, a collection of photographs presenting the remarkable villages of Italy. The images were produced in 2017 by Italy's national tourism board (ENIT) as part of the campaign L'Italia che non ti aspetti (The Italy You're Not Expecting), an international effort to present a rarely-seen side of Italy. The exhibition is available for viewing Monday to Friday, 9am-1pm and from 2-5pm (the Istituto is closed daily 1-2pm). Check the IIC website.

The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, Toronto's most diverse arts and culture district, is a true creative cluster, an arts and culture destination, and a collaboration between some of Toronto's most dynamic arts and culture organizations.

The Bloor St. Culture Corridor offers the public a wide variety of arts genres, from museum experiences to films, art exhibitions to music concerts, and opportunities to experience some of Toronto's cultural diversity, including Aboriginal, French, Jewish, Italian, Japanese, Estonian, African and Caribbean arts and culture.
All Bloor St. Culture Corridor organizations present arts and cultural events for the public year-round in destination venues located in a cluster along a vibrant stretch of Bloor Street West. Each year more than three million members of the public go to Bloor St. Culture Corridor arts and culture destinations, and attend exhibitions, performances, and events. Together, the Bloor St. Culture Corridor organizations employ more than 5,500 culture workers and generate more than $629,500,000 in economic impact each year. In 2016, The Bloor St. Culture Corridor was successful in working with the City of Toronto to have the Bloor St. Culture corridor section of Bloor St. West designated an official City of Toronto cultural corridor.

The Bloor St. Culture Corridor includes:
918 Bathurst Centre for Culture, Arts, Media and Education: 918 Bathurst St. 918bathurst.com
Alliance Française de Toronto: 24 Spadina Road alliance-francaise.ca
Bata Shoe Museum: 327 Bloor Street West batashoemuseum.ca
A Different Booklist Cultural Centre: 777-779 Bathurst St. adbcc.org
Gardiner Museum: 111 Queen's Park gardinermuseum.com
Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema: 506 Bloor Street West hotdocscinema.ca
Istituto Italiano di Cultura: 496 Huron Street iictoronto.esteri.it
The Japan Foundation, Toronto: 2 Bloor Street East, Suite 300 jftor.org
Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre: 750 Spadina Ave. mnjcc.org
The Music Gallery: 918 Bathurst St. musicgallery.org
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto: 16 Spadina Road ncct.on.ca
The Randolph Centre for the Arts: 736 Bathurst St. randolphcentreforthearts.com
The Royal Conservatory of Music / Koerner Hall: 273 Bloor Street West rcmusic.com/performance
Royal Ontario Museum (ROM): 100 Queen's Park (Entrance on Bloor St. W.) rom.on.ca
Soundstreams: various venues on the Bloor St. Culture Corridor soundstreams.ca
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra & Chamber Choir: 427 Bloor Street West tafelmusik.org
The Toronto Consort: 427 Bloor Street West torontoconsort.org
Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library: 120 St. George St. fisher.library.utoronto.ca
Toronto Reference Library: 789 Yonge Street torontopubliclibrary.ca
University of Toronto Faculty of Music: 80 Queen's Park music.utoronto.ca
VEMU Estonian Museum Canada: 310 Bloor Street West vemu.ca
Women's Art Association of Canada: 23 Prince Arthur Ave. womensartofcanada.ca

Sandra P.    9/1/2022


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