United We Stand

National Truth and Reconciliation Day

The Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto will hold a forum on Friday, Sept 30 at 10am, the National Truth and Reconciliation Day, in commemoration of Indigenous Children from residential schools who were buried at unmarked graves. 

You are all cordially invited to attend.  We need your participation to support the indigenous community, learn a bit about the history and also about the indegenous art.

Lunch will be served, please RSVP with Simon Ip – Simon.ip@cccgt.org or 416-292-9293 ext 232.


ㅇ The 2022 Korea Week is organized in collaboration with Korea Tourism Organization Toronto Office, OIS ART OF CANADA, University of Toronto Centre for the Study of Korea, Kukkiwon(World Taekwondo Headquarters), Korean Canadian Writers’Association, Toronto Korean-Canadian Choir, Soocha Tea, and Reel Asian International Film Festival.

□ 2022 Korea Week will deliver various events under 7 distinctive themes where everyone can enjoy Korean culture.

(1) Korean Art Week

ㅇ Mon. Sep. 19. / Fri. Sep. 30. <2022 Korean day Commemorative Exhibition> “Korea & Canada International Art Exhibition : The Soul of East and West” Exchanging 5 Korean artists and 5 Canadian artists to understand and experience the culture and arts of both countries.

(see details @ overseas.mofa.go.kr/ca-toronto-en/index.do)

(2) Korean Sports Week

ㅇ Fri. Oct. 14 7:00pm~8:00pm Inviting Kukkiwon Demonstration Team to perform Taekwondo and offering locals an opportunity to experience Korean Sports and Cultures.

(see details @ overseas.mofa.go.kr/ca-toronto-en/index.do)

(3) Korean Literature Week

ㅇ Mon. Oct. 17 / Wed. Oct. 19 7:00pm~8:00pm Webinar : “Analyzing Korea with BTS” and “The meaning of ‘Fan-song’ in K-pop” for anyone interested in Korea and Korean storytelling.
(see details @ overseas.mofa.go.kr/ca-toronto-en/index.do)

(4) Korean Language Week

ㅇ Sat. Oct. 22 2:00pm~4:00pm A online participatory quiz contest “Quiz on Korea” for non-Koreans who study Korean language in Canada to enhance knowledge about Korean culture and history.

(see details @ overseas.mofa.go.kr/ca-toronto-en/index.do)

(5) Korean Music Week

ㅇ Sat. Oct. 29 7:00pm~8:30pm Holding “Korea-Canada Music Concert : Korean folk songs to Beethoven, Music connects beyond language”with diverse music programs connecting Korea to Canada.

(see details @ overseas.mofa.go.kr/ca-toronto-en/index.do)

KASC 31st Annual Exhibition

We are thrilled to announce that KASC will be holding our 31st Annual Exhibition at Papermill gallery from Sept.28(Wed)-Oct.09(Sun).

This exhibition will be held under the theme of ‘Restoration’, which depicts the desire for recovery over the pain and wounds of the pandemic. The exhibition will be featuring the works of KASC members, second- generation Korean Canadian young artists and specially invited Indigenous artists. We invite all of you to our exhibition and hope everyone enjoys the show.

캐나다 한인미술가 협회(KASC)는 9월 28일(수)부터 10월 9일(일)까지 Papermill gallery에서 31주년 연례전을 개최합니다. 이번 전시회는 팬데믹의 고통과 상처를 딛고 회복을 향한 염원을 담은 ‘Restoration(회복·복구)’라는 주제로 열립니다. 이번 전시는 캐나다 미술협회 회원들과 2세 신진작가 그리고 특별히 초청된 원주민 작가들의 작품이 함께 전시될 예정입니다. 전시에 오셔서 좋은 작품 보시고 즐거운 시간 되시기 바랍니다.


Sept.28(Wed)-Oct.09(Sun), 2022


Papermill Gallery(Todmorden mills)

67 Pottery Rd. Toronto, On, M4K 2B9

Gallery Hours:

Wed-Sun: 11am-4pm

Mon & Tues: Closed

Admission fee: FREE

*Participants: KASC members

Emerging Artist: Jane Park, Ashley Chung

Indigenous Artist: David Ruben Piqtoukun, John Tenasco, Floyd Kuptana