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The exhibition of Bryan Dickie’s photography from his recently published photo book covering Myanmar’s ongoing civil war.
This exhibition features 50 of the most influential figures of the Toronto Hip Hop scene between the years 1980-2000.
Artwork that enriched the world even when the artists were confronted with great suffering, loss, and fear.
This exhibition features posters, photographs, and other materials reminding us that dance floor experiences can spark queer liberation.
Explore your exercise creativity, initiative, and community through movement and reflective dialogue with Learning to Lead!
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Hip Hop’s Five Decades Celebrated in New, Not-to-be-Missed Series at U of T’s Hart House, York U and TMU
This autumn, global cultural export Hip Hop, now 50, will be applauded in a multi-part series of events.
Hart House mourns the passing of Peter Neilson (LLB 1978).
During an event hosted by the Hart House Debates Committee, undergrad Judy Bradt’s then-partner proposed something that wasn’t on the agenda...
Nina Platiša and Masoud Riyazati share their stories of immigration to Canada through a compelling and groundbreaking initiative at Hart House.
This University of Toronto student at Woodsworth College says the experiential learning opportunity at the House was transformational.