5 Arts And Culture Events To Experience This Winter

There are a host of exciting, new art exhibitions, musical performances and happening in and near Yorkville this winter. Here are five of our top arts and culture picks to add to your to-do list today.

YangYang Pen: Shadow Bloom
January 12–February 23, 2024

Toronto painter YangYang Pan will be showcasing her work at Yorkville Village this winter. Born in 1976, the artist received a Honours Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Fine Art from the Sichuan Fine Art Institute, and her work has been exhibited throughout Canada, the United States, Italy and China.

Shadow Bloom
(Adored, 2023, oil on canvas)


Galerie de Bellefeuille

The list of GdB’s winter exhibitions is still under wraps, but you can head to the gallery now to check out the artwork of artists new to the gallery, including French sculptor Roman Feral and German painter Michael Moebius.

Galerie de Bellefeuille


Death: Life’s Greatest Mystery
On until April 7, 2024

This exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum explores “how life and death are part of a universal, continuous, and cyclical process.” On display are cultural artifacts and natural objects from around the world exploring this universal theme.


Dressed to Impress: Footwear and Consumerism in the 1980s

On until March 16, 2025

Get nostalgic at this Bata Shoe Museum exhibition showcasing the trends and politics of Eighties. Expect a lot of neon colors, angular silhouettes, high-status sneakers and cone heels.

Bata Shoe Museum


Víkingur Ólafsson Goldberg Variations

February 3–4, 2024

There are many exciting performances scheduled this season at The Royal Conservatory, including two from Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson. The award-winning musician will be performing Bach’s Goldberg Variations.

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