January 30 – February 12
February 8 - 15
February 10 - 19
February 10 - March 1
February 10 - April 12
February 13 - 22
February 21 & 22
March 12 - 15
February 7 – May 10, 2015: Jean-Michel Basquiat: Now’s the Time. The first major retrospective of the artist’s work in Canada will feature close to 85 large-scale paintings and drawings from private collections and public museums across Europe and North America. Tickets on sale January 23.
Until March 29: Brain: The Inside Story. Take an unprecedented journey through the essential bundle of neurons that is the human brain, the control centre for our thoughts, senses and feelings.
Now open: The AstraZeneca Human Edge. A new, permanent 10,000 square foot exhibition including more than 55 exhibits that explore the boundaries and thresholds of the human “machine.” How far can we push our own limits?
Now on in the Patricia Harris Gallery of Textiles & Costume: Fashion Follows Form: Designs for Sitting invites you to think critically about the relationship between function and fashion in our daily lives. The history of western fashion is a sequence of changing shapes that often favours form over function and comfort.
March 7 – April 19: digiPlaySpace. Take your kids on an interactive adventure where they will laugh and learn with new media technologies, learning-centric games, and hands-on production activities. There’s something for everyone!
Join TIFF for another interactive adventure! digiPlaySpace 2015 will be announced March 4. Early school bookings begin January 14.
Now open: The Aga Khan Museum in Toronto is dedicated to presenting an overview of the artistic, intellectual and scientific contributions that Muslim civilizations have made to world heritage.
Until April 26, 2015: The Lost Dhow: A Discovery from the Maritime Silk Route: A stunning array of rare Tang dynasty (618–907 CE) artifacts from a shipwrecked dhow (an ocean-going vessel) discovered off Belitung Island in the western Java Sea in 1998. Hundreds of rare items, including luxury wares, gold and silver objects, and ceramics dating back to ninth-century China, are now on display.
See the museum’s incredible collection highlights.