Creative Arts

Explore your creative side with U of T’s vibrant artistic community. You can join an arts group, take a creative workshop or sign up for a class on creative writing, music or film.

Find out about upcoming events and artistic opportunities through U of T’s main arts hub, ArtsZone.

Blackwood Gallery

The Blackwood Gallery is a contemporary art gallery that presents a variety of curated exhibitions and educational activities featuring the work of local, national and international professional artists. The Blackwood’s exhibitions and programs are FREE and open to the public.

Erindale Studio Theatre

As the home base for Theatre Erindale, the production company of the Theatre and Drama Studies program, Erindale Studio Theatre offers a full season of performances featuring UTM’s own students in acting and supporting roles. Tickets are available for purchase online or in-person at the box office.

MiST Theatre

The MiST Theatre is a fun space that hosts a wide variety of events open to you. The space is fully equipped, seats 130 people, and is available to students, departments and outside users.

Check out a student theatre production at U of T St. George’s Hart House Theatre, the George Ignatieff Theatre at Trinity College, or the Helen Gardiner Phelan Playhouse. Attend a film screening at the Innis Town Hall cinema and lecture space or the Isabel Bader Theatre. Take in artwork at the expansive U of T Art Museum.

You could sign up for a film or singing workshop through Hart House’s Creative Classes – taught by professionals, and open to everyone.

Find upcoming artistic events on the St. George campus through ArtsZone.

Check out a student theatre production at U of T Scarborough’s Leigha Lee Browne Theatre. Take in artwork at the Doris McCarthy Gallery or Gallery 1265.

You could get involved with a number of arts, culture and media associations, such as ARTSIDEOUT, a one-day multi-disciplinary arts festival that celebrates arts and culture at UTSC.

Find upcoming artistic events on the Scarborough campus through the Department of Arts, Culture and Media’s News & Events page, or through ArtsZone.