Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Think ahead!!!Toronto Biennial of Art Sept. 21-Dec, 1

Save The Date: TBA 2024

After welcoming 160,000+ visitors to our 9+ sites over 10 weeks in 2022, the TBA team is thrilled to announce that the third iteration of the Biennial will be taking place September 21 – December 1, 2024.

Follow us on social at @torontobiennial, and stay tuned via our newsletters for more exciting announcements in the months to come! 

TBA Online Learning Resources

TBA continues to promote land-based learning and our kinship with one another through contemporary art. Engage with our Mobile Arts Curriculum learning tools on our website and download and print them for free! These 7 learning tools are Ontario Curriculum supportive and created in close collaboration with artists, educators, and contributors including Dr. Carolyn King, Timothy Yanick Hunter, and Ange Loft. 

Go on listening, learning, walking and creating discoveries with these MAC tools in hand!

Explore Mobile Arts Curriculum Tools

Upcoming Fall Events

‘The sky held me’ by Tanya Lukin Linklater
Date: Saturday October 15, 2022 | 3–4pm
Location: Textile Museum of Canada, 55 Centre Ave, Toronto, ON M5G 2H5

Program Description:
In the context of her commission for the 2022 Toronto Biennial of Art, artist Tanya Lukin Linklater generated projects in relation to water, weather and embodiment. As part of this ongoing work, Lukin Linklater will undertake a performative lecture at the Textile Museum of Canada to coincide with the release of her publication of written scores for dancers working with her from a distance during the pandemic; these scores were used for her 2022 TBA video work, 'Sensation is a circuit of experience, a circuit of the felt travelling in and adjacent to the body,' which will also be screened at this event. 

This program is a part of the Creatives in Residence series by Ontario Culture Days, in partnership with Toronto Biennial of Art and the Textile Museum of Canada. 

Register Here

Stay tuned for an invitation to our next Educators’ Event, hosted by the Textile Museum of Canada (TMC). You'll get an inside look at the TBA and TMC partner exhibition ᑕᑯᒃᓴᐅᔪᒻᒪᕆᒃ Double Vision, on now through March 2023, and a taste of our school programs and workshops, offered both in person and virtually!

We will also be hosting upcoming Professional Development Days for teachers, so please check our website regularly for details.

TBA Publications

Purchase “Water, Kinship, Belief”

About TBA

The Toronto Biennial of Art is Canada’s leading visual arts event focused exclusively on contemporary art from around the world. For 10 weeks every two years, local, national, and international Biennial artists transform Toronto and its partner regions with free exhibitions, performances, and learning opportunities. Grounded in diverse local contexts, the Biennial’s city-wide programming aims to inspire individuals, engage communities, and contribute to global conversations.

This event has been financially assisted by the City of Toronto, the Government of Ontario, and the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund of the Government of Ontario through the Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries, administered by the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund Corporation.

Image Captions:
1. Ange Loft with Jumblies Theatre & Arts, 
Dish Dances Movement Workshop, a Talking Treaties movement education initiative, May 21, 2022. Program held at Fort York National Historic Site as part of Toronto Biennial of Art 2022. Photography: Rebecca Tisdelle-Macias.
2. Tanya Lukin Linklater, 
Sensation is a circuit of experience, a circuit of the felt traveling in and adjacent to the body, 2022. Installation view at 72 Perth Ave, Toronto Biennial of Art 2022. Photography: Rebecca Tisdelle-Macias. Commissioned by the Toronto Biennial of Art.
3. Image of the Toronto Biennial of Art Publication 
Water, Kinship, Belief. Photo: Art Metropole.
4. Image of 
A Treaty Guide for Torontonians cover, 2022. Image courtesy of Art Metropole.

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