Lisa Power for BlogTO

About the Event
  • May 3
    Artists, art critics and technologists come together to discuss how technology will impact the next 100 years of art.
    Design Exchange
  • May 3-6
    It's the chance to see young artists before they make their way out into the creative world, with showings across the school's several galleries for three days.
    OCAD University
  • May 4-6
    Communities come together to share stories about their neighbourhoods and use walking as a way to connect with their neighbours.
    Multiple Venues
  • May 5
    Don't even think about bringing money to the May edition of this totally free, no swapping, no spending market.
    Campbell Park
  • May 12-13
    All things comic art are celebrated with exhibitions, readings, panels, interviews, art installations and workshops—free!
    Toronto Reference Library
  • May 12-20
    The Weston Bread Factory opens its doors to feature photos by Toronto photographer Laird Kay that celebrate this city landmark.
    Former Weston Bread Factory
  • May 17 - June 3
    Artists Bao and Boudro and Montreal's Rock Therrien look at iconic characters from pop culture and their impact on contemporary culture.
    Thompson Landry Gallery
  • May 26-27
    If you like cute dogs in outfits, this is the place to be. Come and bask in doggy goodness, free of charge.
    Woodbine Park
  • May 26-27
    Toronto's unseen architecture takes the spotlight as tours of historically and culturally significant buildings open their doors to welcome patrons inside.
    Multiple Venues
  • May 27 - October 28
    The first Pedestrian Sunday of the year kicks off this month. This event sees Keningston Market transformed into a car-free street festival for the last Sunday of each month until the end of October.
    Kensington Market