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Now You Know brings you real Toronto experiences from some of our most influential and impactful voices, reflecting the breadth and diversity of Toronto’s creative and cultural industries.
At Lula Lounge, you can learn to salsa one night and get lost in the sounds of Arabic jazz fusion the next. For 21 years, the venue has been creating space for global communities to share their cultures with local audiences.
Sculpting, photography, and illustration, Briony Douglas does it all while finding ways to advocate for meaningful causes through her work.
A multifaceted artist and activist, Sarain Fox is working to amplify the narratives of Indigenous peoples — as told in their own voices.
Kairo McLean, the youngest JUNO reggae nominee to date, draws inspiration from the genre’s lasting themes of love and peace — then puts his own spin on it.
For 36 years, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery has been immersing visitors in transformative visual works that offer dynamic perspectives and spark thought-provoking conversations.
Multimedia artist Jay Soule’s Indigenous pop art shines light on Settler Canada’s atrocities — past and present.
As she oversees the vision of Toronto Fringe, executive director Lucy Eveleigh is tasked with simultaneously maintaining the theatre festival’s original mandate of accessibility and redefining what that means today.
Internationally renowned Edward Burtynsky has devoted his career to documenting how our insatiable desire for consumption impacts our environment. Burtynsky's most ambitious project took him into uncharted territory as a visual artist to illustrate the devastation's increased sense of urgency.
Already an international celebration of arts and ideas, Luminato is now expanding in a different way as it looks to engage geographical and cultural communities beyond the downtown hub.
To reprise her Broadway role in Toronto’s onstage version of Harry Potter, Sara Farb returned to the city that raised her. We took the opportunity to not only reflect on the role Canadian theatre has played in her career but also to look ahead at its trajectory.