The Koffler Centre of the Arts presents the Toronto premiere of Joshua Harmon's thought provoking, poignant and viciously funny play, Bad Jews....1
Koffler Gallery, through the eyes of our volunteer docents....4
Artist 2Fik and curator Mona Filip in an onstage conversation....3
Explore 2Fik: His and Other Stories, an exhibition in the Koffler Gallery....4
Live broadcast of Etgar Keret talking stories, ideas, and life at the Toronto Reference Library. Goes live March 12, 2:30 PM....4
An audio performance based on interviews with real Honest Ed's employees....5
A video gallery tour, and the digital publication of No Work, Nor Device, Nor Knowledge, Nor Wisdom by Leopold Plotek....4
Artist Leopold Plotek and Curator E.C. Woodley in an onstage conversation....6
A comedy romp through the Market....6
A hand-picked collection of the art and culture we love....5
Essays from exciting thinkers on topics like Immigration and Identity....7
An audio walk through Little Italy inspired by Anne Michaels' Fugitive Pieces....6
A six-part radio theatre by Kat Sandler and Theatre Brouhaha....6
A comic series by Jonathan Rotsztain exploring secular cultural identity....6
An audio walk exploring the art and history of Toronto....6
Words + ideas from diverse Canadians wrestling with home and dislocation....6
An audio walk inspired by Michael Ondaatje's In the Skin of a Lion....5
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The Koffler Centre of the Arts is a cultural platform that engages audiences of all ages and backgrounds in a vibrant dialogue exploring critical ideas and concerns of our time.
As a Jewish organization, we value – and aim to foster – social justice, equality and inclusiveness while nurturing a passion for learning and understanding. We position Jewish identity in conversation with diverse perspectives and global voices to examine complex issues in a respectful, constructive way. We accomplish this through exhibitions, performances, discussions, publications and digital initiatives.
These principles support the Koffler’s engagement with the best contemporary creative minds in producing and presenting art that provides common ground for experiences shaping our shared cultural life and defining our social values.