City of Toronto celebrates first year of Clark Centre for the Arts announces full lineup of seasonal community arts programming

2023 April 28

This Thursday, April 20, the City of Toronto is celebrating one year since the opening of the new Clark Centre for the Arts, with a free open house and ceremony at the Centre.

Members of the public are welcome at the one-year anniversary celebration from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 191 Guildwood Pkwy. and can expect an evening of live music, exhibitions, art demonstrations, talks and cake. Attendees will be able to meet past and present artists in residence Charmaine Lurch, Destinie Adélakun, Lorena Diaz and Thomas Brasch and connect with community members.

The Clark Centre for the Arts houses specialized art studios and gallery spaces. The Centre welcomed close to 7,000 people in its first year of operation and is growing to offer more art courses, workshops, camps and rental opportunities. More information is available on the City’s Clark Centre for the Arts webpage.

The Clark Centre is one of four city-run cultural centres hosting free, inclusive and educational programming over the spring and summer. The City’s four cultural centres are Assembly Hall and the Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery – both in Etobicoke – and Scarborough’s Clark Centre for the Arts and Cedar Ridge Creative Centre.

Residents and visitors can get the latest information on all the exciting seasonal cultural centre programming anytime on the City’s Cultural Centres & Galleries webpage.