One of Canada’s largest and longest running visual arts festivals for artists with disabilities, SPARK Disability Art Festival celebrates creative self-expression by artists pan-disability with 85 pieces of juried art.
Celebrating real life that’s worth watching, this festival has curated 13 international feature films in a variety of genres, subjects, and documentary styles. Don’t miss the sixth annual edition of CUFF.Docs.
Join Quickdraw Animation Society for its annual festival showcasing the best of independent animation from around the globe. The week includes an incredible shorts lineup, a retrospective, and more.
With the goal of creating an integrated, encouraging arts scene with opportunities for women and non-binary artists, Femme Wave returns with nearly 30 musical acts and a stellar selection of visual arts, comedy, and film.
After years of careful restoration, join the National Music Centre as it commissions one of the crown jewels of its music and technology collection, The Original New Timbral Orchestra (TONTO).
A festival all about film with a social edge, the Marda Loop Justice Film Festival returns for its 13th year with a lineup of free socially conscious documentary screenings and post-show discussions.
Diwali, the East Indian festival of lights, signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair. Join Sparq Productions for this open and welcoming event.
Back with its Canadian focused fall festival, join JazzYYC for a lineup of exciting collaborations and all-ages events including a free jazz walk featuring local musicians. The festival even has a number of workshops to check out.
With the theme of Pride and Protest, join over 30 fashion designers, artists, performers, and creatives to celebrate Indigenous beauty in all of its forms as a gesture of reconciliation. Otahpiaaki Fashion Week returns.