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Toronto Gone Wild

Curator-Led Tours

Our latest exhibition is a colourful, tactile, and unique reflection on Torontonians’ relationship with urban wildlife. 

Toronto Gone Wild explores the city as a multi-layered habitat — starring the animals, plants, and insects that call Toronto home. 

This is your chance to journey through the exhibit with the two curators — geographer and award-winning writer Amy Lavender Harris, and historian and professor Jennifer Bonnell. 

This unique curator-led tour is your chance to go behind-the-scenes with the curators and see our city’s vibrant stories brought to life!

DATES

Saturday, April 27th, 2024 1pm & 3pm

Saturday, June 1st, 2024 1pm & 3pm

Saturday, July 6th, 2024 1pm & 3pm

RESERVE YOUR SPOT

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LOCATION

401 Richmond Street West 

Eastern Entrance

Meet the Curators

In collaboration with Museum of Toronto, Toronto Gone Wild is co-curated by geographer and award-winning writer Amy Lavender Harris, and historian and professor Jennifer Bonnell.

How to Find Us

Intersections

Find the 401 Richmond on Richmond Street West between Spadina Avenue and Peter Street.

The Building

Find our gallery space at the Eastern Entrance of the building, next to the Spacing Store. This entrance is wheelchair accessible. 

The 401 Richmond Building is a bustling hub, we invite you to explore after your time at Museum of Toronto! 

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