ART + MUSIC.  I can’t think of a better match.  Well, there is chocolate and wine but this is equally prodigious and marvellous. 

Experience a spectacular journey through art and music for 11 unique days.

Coming this Fall from September 15-25, a special place in the hearts of Toronto (and overall Ontario) Community, Ontario Place, will play host to more than 100 art and music experiences with in/future, a new and immersive experience,  presented by Art Spin in partnership with Small World Music. 

Image of Ontario Place take by Roland Shainidze

The event will have collaboration and support from 25 art organizations and more than 60 Ontario-based artists.

There will be presentations of original film and video series within the famed Cinesphere, as well as screenings of IMAX films from the Ontario Place archives, and dance and theatre performances staged in the silos and pavilions.

Early bird festival passes are $80+tax and will available until June 15 at http://www.infuture.ca. Single-day tickets will be available at a later date.

This is definitely something I can’t miss and will certainly make for some beautiful new memories (and instagram-worthy) snaps!  

See you at #infutureTO!

28 Comments on in/future: a transformative art experience at Ontario Place #infutureTO

  1. I hadn’t heard about this before your review. I’m more likely to hear about something afterwards, so thank you for this. It’s something I’d love to experience, but it a touch pricey for me. Putting it on my bucket list for September.

  2. I haven’t been to Ontario Place since the ’70’s ( I think) –it’s a special place and still unique. It’s great to see a comeback.

  3. I haven’t been to Ontario place in yearrrs. Like when i was in school. I would love to go there again and how fun it would be to bring my girls & hubby. Something I hope to do this summer

  4. wow looks like a great time , wish i was closer i would def be going to check it out thanks for sharing !

  5. I would love to visit Ontario place again. It has been years since we visited with the children who are now adults.

  6. Sounds very interesting, something fun for the ones who are into anything like this, I wished I lived closer to Toronto!!

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