The Power Plant - Contemporary Art Gallery - Harbourfront centre
Professor Ryan Rice will discuss Maria Hupfield’s exhibition The One Who Keeps On Giving.
In this workshop inspired by Kapwani Kiwanga and Jonathas de Andrade, participants will combine their individual ideas to build a smallscale green city.
These tours allow for the exploration of contemporary art and grown-up discussions free of concerns that parents, guardians and caregivers may have re ...
This program begins with a short film about Maria Hupfield, setting the context for Loretta Todd's film Hands of History (1994), an homage to previous ...
Our second annual Power Youth Spring Exhibition will include artworks made by youth during the Fall 2016 and Winter 2017 sessions of Power Youth.
Musician Aline Morales will discuss Jonathas de Andrade’s exhibition On Fishes, Horses and Man.
In this workshop inspired by Maria Hupfield exhibition The One Who Keeps On Giving, each child and their guardian(s) create a collaborative painted fa ...
Jolene Rickard, Associate Professor in the History of Art at Cornell University, will discuss Indigenous artistic pulse points in 2017.
Curator Nabila Abdel Nabi will discuss Latifa Echakhch's exhibition Cross Fade.
The Power Plant collaborates with fashion house Max Mara once again to present Toronto's most notorious art party, Power Ball XIX: Stereo Vision.
Celebrate the launch of The Power Plant's Summer 2017 Season with a FREE Opening Party.
231 Queens Quay West
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2G8 Canada
Tuesday–Wednesday 10 - 5 PM
Thursday 10 - 8 PM
Friday–Sunday 10 - 5 PM
Open holiday Mondays
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