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Diary of Events and Happenings in Toronto, Ontario.


Sleep Solutions by Babies "R" Us Canada

Fisher-Price | Expert Series | Sleep Solutions by Babies"R"Us Canada - What: Come visit with Fisher-Price’s sleep experts, who will reveal tips, tricks, routines and sound advice for soothing and settling your babe, and of course how to get the whole family some more Zzzzs. We’ll discuss how much sleep babies and kids really need at different ages, what you should expect in these different phases, and how sleep routines evolve over time as your baby grows. Share your own sleep struggles with other parents who are right there with you and get help and solutions from the sleep experts. HOSTED BY: Deborah Weber, PH.D. Lisa Lohiser, Child Development Expert Lauren Celenza, Child Development Expert Website: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/fisher-price-expert-series-sleep-solutions-tickets-58856959751 Dates: Saturday, March 30, 2019 Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Location: 690 Evans Avenue, Toronto, ON M9C 1A1 Admission: Free . Samiha Fariha. 690 Evans Avenue

Iran at a Glance Art Exhibition

Iran at a Glance - Iran at a Glance Art Exhibition offers a fresh insight into the contemporary Iranian art. As seen through the critical lense of the country’s artists, the conflicting concepts defining the people and its sociopolitical scene are explored through this exhibition. The constant friction as a country standing in between the waves of Eastern and Western influence and weighed down by its own traditions, its art scene has flourished more than ever. Twenty artists have contributed to Iran at a Glance Art Exhibit. Artworks displayed in this exhibition represent a diversity of mediums, themes, and ideologies. . Queen Gallery. Queen Gallery

Egg Paint Night

Egg Paint Night - Queen Gallery's Egg Paint Night is back to welcome the arrival of spring! On March 15, we will gather at Queen Gallery to paint eggs with sophisticated designs and colourful shapes. Painted Eggs are important on many occasions, including Persian New Year (Nowruz), Easter, and Sham el-Nessim! Get painting with your tools and let your creativity run free! All material will be provided and you can take your painted eggs home! Artist, Nina Rastgar will be facilitating the Egg Paint Night.. Queen Gallery. Queen Gallery.

Calligraphy Workshop

Calligraphy Workshop - Learn the beautiful art of calligraphy with guest instructor Tina Rouhandeh! In this workshop, you will learn how to use a hand cut reed-pen and ink to create flowing, lyrical letterforms. You will practice traditional techniques that will improve your hand lettering and brushwork skills. For this class, the reed-pen and the paper surface will be prepared in advance for you, but you’ll also learn how to coat the paper and cut the reed-pen so that you can practice later at home (the material are included in the tickets you have purchased and can be taken home with you)! Also, no experience or knowledge of the Persian language or script is necessary either! See more works by Tina Rouhandeh HERE. queen gallery.

Jewellery Making Workshop - Design, Create and Enjoy!

Jewellery Making Workshop - Design, Create and Enjoy! Join the Jewellery Making Workshop to learn the art of creating unique piece of jewellery for yourself or your loved one! You will learn the basics of jewellery making and design with our guest instructor and jeweller, Mona Nazeran. She will be teaching the techniques required to manipulate and form material into beautiful and unique pieces of jewellery. All material and tools will be provided! Attendees will be able to take home their created product! https://www.facebook.com/events/722175574823288/. .

Toronto Light Festival 2019

Toronto Light Festival 2019 - The Toronto Light Festival, the City’s first-ever light art festival, is coming back to The Distillery District from January 18 to March 3. Visitors will be taken on a new visual journey and imaginative cerebral adventure, designed to entertain and inspire. The Festival will transform the neighbourhood into one of the largest open-air galleries in North America, lighting up the long winter nights with distinctive works from local and international light artists. This winter, Torontonians of all ages are to come out of the dark and into the light. . The Distillery Historic District.

Winter Fair - Opening Reception

Winter Fair - Opening Reception - Queen Gallery is proud present the Winter Fair Exhibition and Sale. As holiday season approaches, let’s make sure to celebrate the occasion with art and love of art! Winter Fair brings together the works of numerous Canadian and international artists. The Exhibition covers a diverse range of art and talented artists. We are excited to announce that exquisite hand-made jewellery will also be showcased during the exhibition. This exhibition will be unique due to its affordable prices and the variety of talent and technique brought to you. Exhibition: November 14th -17th, 2018 Follow us on our social media accounts (IG: @queengallerytoronto FB: @queengallerytoronto and Twitter: @queengallery) to receive exclusive updates about our showcased works, artists, and sales!. Mahrokh Ahankhah.Queen Gallery

FireWorks Festival

FireWorks Festival - November 7th - 25th Thought-provoking and daring, our acclaimed three-week festival introduces full-length plays developed right here at Alumnae through our ​New Ideas Festival or our New Play Development program. ​ ​ ​Each week showcases an original script. Post-show discussions and talkbacks spark fresh insights into making theatre. ​ ​​Now in its sixth year, FireWorks is recognized for its adventurous programming and innovative staging. Produced by Molly Thom & Liz Best. Liana Cook. downtown

Invisible Wings - Call for Submission

Invisible Wings - Call for Submission - Queen Gallery is now calling for submissions for our upcoming exhibition which will take place on January 23rd 2019. To celebrate the Spring Festival (Chinese Lunar New Year), the most important holiday throughout the year in Chinese culture, we are looking for works from Chinese artists or artists who also celebrate this holiday. Throughout our lives, there are people who take care of and love us, giving us the courage and strength to help us get through the pain-filled difficult times. In the upcoming year, the year of the pig, we would like to invite artists to create artwork inspired by the idea of fostering, thinking about the support that we receive in our lives. How do we treasure and appreciate these invisible wings that encourage and accompany us? Submission Guidelines Submission:  Submit your CV,  a filled Application Form saved as a Word document or Office, and up to 6 high resolution JPG images of artwork (name your images title_firstname_lastname) to [email protected] Please, complete subject line as follows: Invisible Wings Call for Submission 2019_Artists Full Name. All artwork must be up to 24’’ Width (including frame, if artwork is framed) and artists can submit up to 3 artworks. *Images of participating artworks may be used for marketing and promotional purposes by Queen Gallery. SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Monday, January 7th by midnight SUBMISSION FEE: Free PARTICIPATION FEE: $60.00 (for first submission) $5.00 (for each additional work, maximum 3 works per artist) Participation Fees are only paid if your work is selected to be part of the exhibition.   Important Dates: DROP OFF: January 18th 4 pm to 6 pm January 19th 4 pm to 6 pm EXHIBITION: January 23rd to February 2nd OPENING RECEPTION: Wednesday, January 23rd from 7 pm to 9 pm PICK UP: Saturday, February 2nd from 6 pm to 7 pm Outlined dates might change, artists will be informed of any changes upon invitation to participate. For more Information: http://queengallery.ca/2018/09/invisible-wings-exhibition-call-for-submission/. Queen Gallery. Queen Gallery