Dialogue Be Informed

Hart House Dialogue & Expression opportunities empower and amplify voices in our local and campus communities. Join us to share stories, actively listen, learn from others’ lived experiences and become a catalyst for transformation.

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Events/Activities View all →

  • Apr 4 – Apr 26, 2024

    Exhibition of Photographs by Dainesha Nugent-Palache

    Solo exhibition of photographs by the Hart House Darkroom Artist-in-Residence Dainesha Nugent-Palache

  • A man is positioning his analog camera for outdoor urban photography.
    Apr 21 – Apr 21, 2024

    Camera Club Photo Walks

    Photo Walks are a great opportunity for outdoor and street photography, and socializing with club members.

  • A collection of acoustic musical instruments and equipment arranged together against a blue background.
    Apr 25 – May 12, 2024

    Music Jam Sessions

    Acoustic music lovers coming together to jam out!

  • Scattered markers and magazines during the Stolen Futures zine-making workshop in March 2024.
    May 1 – May 31, 2024

    Talking Walls Exhibition: Stolen Futures

    The Hart House Youth Advisory Council invites you to take a glimpse into the minds of youth navigating the chaos of our stolen futures.

  • Three people dressed as blue bunnies in front of a wall covered in various posters on a sunny day.
    May 8 – Apr 16, 2025

    Camera Club Critical Salon

    Camera Club Critical Salons offer an opportunity to receive feedback from professional photographers and club members and learn what makes a great photograph.

  • A group of university students playing board games.
    Sep 25 – Mar 26, 2025

    Camera Club Socials

    Camera Club Socials offer an opportunity to meet other club members, socialize, and share your passion for photography.

  • BEE

    The Brotherhood of Ethnic Excellence is a Hart House youth program building stronger connections between the University of Toronto campus and Black youth.

  • An illustration of a human head metaphorically opening to reveal an endless stream of icons showing artistic and scientific practices, inventions, and tools.

    Good Ideas Fund

    The Hart House Good Ideas Fund (GIF) is here to support your good ideas and make them a reality! Open to student groups or students at any U of T campus.

  • Hip Hop Education Year 1

    Hip hop education and artistic expression. It's not just about music. It's beats, rhymes, life and learning.

  • Hip Hop Education Year 2

    Hip hop education and artistic expression. It's not just about music. It's beats, rhymes, life and learning.

  • Hip Hop Education Year 3

    Hip hop education and artistic expression. It's not just about music. It's beats, rhymes, life and learning.

  • Hip Hop Education Year 4

    Hip hop education and artistic expression. It's not just about music. It's beats, rhymes, life and learning.

  • Close up of the mural.

    Hip-Hop Education

    Hip hop education and artistic expression. It's not just about music. It's beats, rhymes, life and learning.

  • Hip-Hop Education Year 5

    Hip hop education and artistic expression. It's not just about music. It's beats, rhymes, life and learning.

Blogs/Articles View all →

“Art has a way of training the eye” – Energized by Student Engagement and U of T Research, Fiber Artist Inspires Critical Thought

Emily Chudnovsky is the featured artist in the "Talking Walls" series this March, with work that is sure to incite reflection and change.

Donors Enrich the Student Experience and Build Community through the Hart House Innovation Fund

Four shining examples from 2023 illustrate how donors’ support of the Innovation Fund has led to life-changing experiences.

Indigenous Thought Leader Riley Yesno Finds Community, Solidarity, at U of T’s Hart House

Rightfully dubbed an “Indigenous powerhouse” by the Toronto Star, PhD candidate Riley Yesno discusses her compelling work.

Student to Alumnus to Staff to Donor: Michael De Angelis Champions Global Education for U of T Students

Michael De Angelis gifted Hart House a game-changing endowment as a way of honouring his deeply held belief in the value of global education.

Intrepid Student, Global Citizen, Seeks to Make the World a Better Place

Alazne Qaisar, of the Hart House Student Social Justice Committee, launched an international organization in Grade 11 to give youth a voice.

  • Asserting Yourself: Living Your Truth

    This workshop will investigate the challenges of asserting oneself and how to overcome it.

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  • Writing Fiction

    Learn fiction writing with an award-winning author

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Clubs View all →

Hart House Debating Club

The Hart House Debating Club provides a space for…

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Hart House Student Debates and Dialogue Committee

Provides University of Toronto students opportunities to…

Hart House Student Social Justice Committee

To raise awareness of social justice issues through…