Another of the numerous art groups found in the 401 Building at Richmond Street West, this gallery is one of the few ... More
Another of the numerous art groups found in the 401 Building at Richmond Street West, this gallery is one of the few dedicated strictly to the advancement of photography as an art form. In existence since 1979, the not-for-profit space not only offers exhibitions and showings but also provides darkroom and production facilities. As well, workshops, educational programs and tours of various galleries in the city are available for those interested in pursuing a career in photographic art.
Founded in 1827 and now home to over 53,000 students, this is Canada's largest and arguably most famous university. Some
of the more interesting sites to visit are the main room of the University of Toronto Bookstore, the chapel ...
As the capital of Ontario, Toronto is home to the provincial legislative assembly. Completed in 1892, the majestic Richardsonian Romanesque
Legislative Buildings in Queen's Park have served as a meeting place for the Ontario government ever since. You can ...
In existence since 1962, this Yorkville gallery ranks as one of the largest in Canada, with three floors of exhibition
space devoted to works by Canadian and international artists. The gallery prides itself on being able to satisfy the ...
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