See a show, join a debate, be moved, get inspired or just have fun.
A wide range of activities, lectures and events are offered each term, many of which are developed by students but are open to all. From world-renowned scholars and Canadian prime ministers to celebrated artists, musicians and cultural icons, Hart House has played
host to them all.
Download the Hart House Student Guide to find out more.
What are your interests?
- Art & Creativity
- Farm & Agriculture
- Social Justice & Civic Engagement
- Wellness & Recreation
If you can’t make it onto St. George campus, experience Hart House online by viewing one of our past events.
- Hancock Lecture: Julia Belluz, Who Lives & Who Dies Will Social Media Decide?
- Hancock Lecture: Sean Martindale, Playful Interventions
- John Giorno, Thanx for Nothing
- Julia Butterfly Hill, What’s Your Tree?
- Noam Chomsky, The State-Corporate Complex