Mississauga Civic Centre, 300 City Centre Dr., MississaugaContemporary Canadian art, including many works by Mississauga-based artists. Open daily.
317 Dundas St. W., TorontoOne of North America’s most distinguished public art museums, designed by architect Frank Gehry. The huge collection spans more than
4700 Keele St., TorontoUniversity-affiliated public gallery offering a space for experimental and contemporary Canadian and international artists. Sun.-Fri.
1265 Military Trail, TorontoPublic art gallery at the Scarborough campus of the University of Toronto hosts an array of contemporary exhibitions and manages
80 Gerrard St. E., TorontoOperated by the Foundation for the Study of Objective Art, this peaceful gallery exhibits paintings, collage and mixed-media works by
Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, 6 Garamond Crt., TorontoNon-profit art space hosts exhibitions of contemporary art and design with a focus on works by Canadian and international artists
1214 Queen St. W., TorontoThis popular boutique hotel—in operation since 1889 but now thoroughly modern—is a hub for cultural events. Its gallery spaces are
2275 Bayview Ave., TorontoAt York University’s satellite campus, a leafy uptown enclave that displays works by emerging Canadian artists, particularly those from the
163 King St. W., TorontoProlific German cultural centre with galleries, screening rooms, a library and cultural programs. Single screening $5; double feature $8.
235 Queens Quay W., TorontoThis lakefront cultural hub boasts varied visual art spaces, including a non-profit, non-collecting contemporary gallery that displays works in a
496 Huron St., TorontoEstablished in 1976, the cultural centre hosts art exhibitions, events, and language classes. Mon.-Fri.
9 Ossington Ave., TorontoThe only venue in Ontario devoted exclusively to the production and presentation of electronic media art. Gallery space hosts exhibitions
900 Bay St., Macdonald Block, TorontoPublic gallery within a historic Government of Ontario building presents monthly exhibitions featuring contemporary works by top Canadian artists, particularly
7 Hart House Circle, TorontoLocated in the gorgeous Hart House building on the University of Toronto campus, the gallery displays works by emerging and
180 Shaw St., TorontoAn initiative of the Koffler Centre for the Arts, a long-standing Jewish cultural institution in Toronto. Presents solo and group
24 Spadina Rd., TorontoGallery promoting the work of artists from the French community, as well as emerging and established artists from the Toronto
10365 Islington Ave., KleinburgIn a beautiful wooded setting, view works by the Group of Seven as well as contemporary Canadian, First Nations and
1286 Bloor St. W., TorontoEstablished in 1979, the exhibition space is dedicated to contemporary art by established and up-and-coming local artists, but offers Canadian
952 Queen St. W., TorontoThis Queen West institution features 6,000 square feet of exhibition space for the display of contemporary Canadian painting, photography, sculpture,
Gairloch Gardens, 1306 Lakeshore Rd. E., OakvilleProgressive works by local and international artists in this chic community west of Toronto. The collection is housed at two