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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Gallery Weekend Toronto


Drawing Interdisciplinary Painting Sculpture & installation Visual arts
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GW Toronto is made up of three routes: Dupont / Junction, Wallace / Dundas, and Lower Toronto.

Wallace Emerson

Toronto, ON



Offered in English.


For four days, a selection of Toronto’s contemporary art galleries open their doors to the public to present amazing exhibitions with special programming and extended hours. Through various activities on-site (discussions, openings, visits, etc.), it is an opportunity to discover numerous exhibitions, to meet and exchange with gallery owners, artists and other key players of the art world.

Gallery Weekend Toronto is made up of three routes: Dupont / Junction, Wallace / Dundas, and Lower Toronto. Each route will take you to a number of galleries and will allow you to explore the city as you discover outstanding exhibitions and artists.


Contemporary Art Galleries Association (AGAC)

The Contemporary Art Galleries Association (AGAC) is a non-profit organization whose primary mandate is to further develop the recognition and prosperity of the contemporary art market in Canada. Today, AGAC regroups galleries in Halifax, Montreal, Quebec, Ottawa, Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver. The association actively contributes to the dissemination and promotion of Canadian artists via exhibitions and other major events organized in Québec, Canada and internationally. Beyond defending the moral and economical interests of its members through a rigorous code of ethics, the association also fosters the public’s interest in visual arts and encourages the emergence of new contemporary art collectors.


Contemporary Art Galleries Association (AGAC)