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An Open Letter of Radical Support

Wednesday, September 6, 2023

An Open Letter of Radical Support


A friend once described Toronto’s experimental art and music scene as an organism growing under a rock. Upon first glance, the material conditions feel so…

Wednesday, July 26, 2023

Community Survey


We invite you to complete this survey in order to share the experiences you’ve had with, and your future vision for, the Music Gallery

Executive Director Job Posting

Monday, February 6, 2023

Job Posting: Executive Director


February 2022 Position Type: Full-TimeStart Date: TBD – April – June 2023Location: Toronto – Hybrid (Office located downtown (Bloor/Bathurst) Who We Are The Music Gallery…

You in Mind 2023 call for applications graphic

Thursday, November 24, 2022

You In Mind Returns for 2023


Last season, we launched our five-part You in Mind series with an open call for applications. With nearly 150 applications, we knew we had to…

new board members call

Thursday, November 3, 2022

Join our Board of Directors


Position Director on the Music Gallery Board of Directors (Volunteer Position) Who We Are The Music Gallery has been Toronto’s Centre for Creative Music since…

Tuesday, October 11, 2022

MG Residency Program


The Music Gallery is proud to announce a new residency program that provides free-form space and time for artists. In an increasingly expensive city and…

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