The Power Plant - Contemporary Art Gallery - Harbourfront centre
The Power Plant is pleased to show Orson Welles’ masterpiece, F for Fake (1975), a free-form film that is part-documentary and part-fiction.
In this special off-site Power Kids program, we will create unique toy figures inspired by our own cultural heroes and heroines.
Toronto-based curator and lecturer Dave Rudkin will discuss Yto Barrada’s exhibition Faux Guide.
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 is a one-night-only exhibition party to celebrate the work by the youth of Toronto Kiwanis Boys & Girls Club, Spruce Street Clubhouse.
Create compositions using clay and other materials gathered from around the gallery in this art workshop inspired by Maria Loboda's exhibition.
This is a one-night-only exhibition party to celebrate the work by the youth of St. Alban’s Boys and Girls Clubs of Weston-Mount Dennis, Humber Clubho ...
Toronto-based artist Nurielle Stern will discuss Maria Loboda’s exhibition Some weep, some blow flutes.
Celebrate the launch of The Power Plant's Winter 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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