Things To Do In Toronto This Week (March 28 – April 3): Exhibitions, Arts and Crafts

Things To Do In Toronto This Week (March 28 – April 3): Exhibitions, Arts and Crafts


Cheers to a brand new week, folks! Like always, our city is as lively as ever with a whole bunch of cool and interesting events. The snow doesn’t seem to want to stop, but that doesn’t mean we have to let it put a damper on our fun, right? To find out more about what’s going down, check out our list of things to do in Toronto.

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Here are some things to do in Toronto this week:

rt Battle

Enjoy an evening of watching Toronto’s talented artists battle it out through three exciting rounds. You can even vote for your favourite artwork once the competition is done, and all the pieces will be up for auction. It’s taking place on March 29 and tickets can be purchased here.

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Immersive Frida Kahlo

Discover the breathing works of Frida Kahlo through immersive projections, paired with a soundtrack and advanced technology. The 360-degree experience features some of the artist’s best works to be viewed in a unique way. The exhibition opens on March 31 and tickets can be purchased here.

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One Of A Kind Spring Show

Explore pieces of handmade crafts and take in the opportunity to support local businesses at this artisan crafts show. From March 30 – April 3, visitors can check out the works of various craft makers, all aligned with the spring theme of Flourish. More details about the event can be found here.

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Winter Stations

The international design competition displays the installations at Woodbine Beach, available for viewing until March 31. The theme of the competition was Resilience and features six different pieces that visitors can check out. More details about each piece can be found here.

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Museum of Contemporary Art

There is a whole range of ongoing exhibitions and programmes that can be accessed by the public. This includes photography, collages, interactive artworks and lots more. Visit the website here for more information on the full lineup and ticket details.

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