120 Portland St., TorontoBoasts a large selection of unique hand-carved Inuit art sculptures from the Cape Dorset community on Baffin Island. Tue.-Sun.
Art Galleries & Museums
1069 Bathurst St., Toronto
327 Bloor St. W., TorontoThe collection has footwear dating back 4,500 years. Exhibitions look at the evolution of shoes through the ages—as fashion statements,
340 Dundas St. W., TorontoSince 1976, this two-level gallery has showcased contemporary Canadian art by established and emerging artists. Open daily.
324 Dundas St. W., TorontoThis 2,400-square foot sister space of well-established Bau-Xi Gallery is dedicated the photographic arts. Roster of Canadian and international image-makers
156 Front St. W., TorontoSpecializes in works from the Pacific Northwest coast, Inuit and First Nations artists. Totem poles, masks, sculptures, prints, jewellery and
2154 Queen St. E., TorontoColourful crystal, Indian glass, semiprecious stones, bone, ebony, Venetian glass, metal charms, novelty and other beads, plus how-to books, tools
167 King St. E., TorontoToronto location of a well-regarded group of Quebec-based art galleries representing nearly 200 Canadian fine artists—classic and contemporary—working in a
33 Hazelton Ave., TorontoAn established gallery that features national and international contemporary paintings, sculpture and photography. Also carries works by First Nations artists.
1107 Queen St. E., Toronto
21 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto
129 Tecumseth St., TorontoThis edgy contemporary art gallery features the work of both emerging and mid-career artists from Canada and the United States.
2100 Bloor St. W., TorontoA large and comprehensive selection of rubber decorative-art stamps, ink pads of all hues, pens, papers, stationery and stamping accessories
2186 Dundas St. W., TorontoA storefront gallery at the north end of the Roncesvalles neighbourhood plays host to eclectic exhibitions—mostly by independent artists—plus occasional
986 Bathurst St., TorontoFantastic handmade items by artisans Bluebird Handmade, Mudpuppy, Roost, Jennifer Graham and others. Craft supplies including wooden dolls, wool felt
500 Church St., TorontoThe gallery location for the Sculptor’s Society of Canada, whose membership numbers more than 120 sculptors. Tue.-Sat.
950 Dupont St., TorontoWorks by established and emerging artists selected by Megan Less, who has worked as a set decorator for films and
250 Front St. W., TorontoThis multimedia museum in The Canadian Broadcasting Centre documents the history of broadcasting in Canada, with a variety of artifacts
21 Morrow Ave., TorontoExclusive gallery features works by critically acclaimed emerging, established and historical artists whose works reflect modernist aesthetics. Represents the works
870A Kingston Rd., TorontoNew gallery in the city’s east end showcases paintings and sculpture in glass, metal and clay. Also offers adult and