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Clint Roenisch Gallery Inc is one of the lesser known galleries of Toronto, and features a mixture of paintings, photographs, sculptures and art installations from not only local artists, but even some from other corners of the world. The gallery was established in 2003 and featured the works of artists such as Jason de Haan, Harold Klunder, Richard Serra, Seth Scriver and Marcel van Eeden among many others.
Located in the basement of the XPACE - Cultural Centre, the XBASE Basement Gallery is a contemporary space for solo exhibitions and interactive displays. Set up to promote art and culture, this facility is done up with exposed brick walls and a huge ceiling. Over the years, they have hosted a number of exhibitions and events. Contact the gallery for further details.
The Stephen Bulger Gallery is a contemporary art gallery that displays works of artists from all over the world, as well as local talent. These include books, artworks and photography exhibits from artists such as Benoit Aquin, Clive Holden, Dario Zini, Alison Rossiter, Zhang Yaxin, Alex Webb, Elizabeth Siegfried and several others. This gallery is a must visit if you are even remotely interested in contemporary art.
Discover the Nikola Rukaj Gallery’s extraordinary collection of modern and contemporary artworks, situated in Toronto’s Forest Hill neighborhood. Featuring exhibitions of painting, master prints, photography and sculpture by internationally acclaimed artists. Consignments accepted.
With more than 800 exhibits and a dozen halls, it is no wonder Ontario Science Centre has managed to attract over 30 million visitors since it opened in 1969. Aside from traditional science shows, the center also features interactive areas where visitors can take part in their own experiments. It also offers a movie theater, offering screenings of thrilling and educational IMAX format films aimed at the entire family.
Built by Mr. and Mrs. John Howard, one of the founding families of High Park, the Colborne Lodge was established in 1890. Designed by Howard who himself was a city surveyor, engineer and an architect, the beautiful home is located atop a hill that offers breathtaking views of Lake Ontario. Listed among Canada's Historic Places, the site is one of ten that is operated by City of Toronto. Open to public most of the year, the Colborne Lodge makes for an interesting visit.