French hens or turtle doves?

At this time of year it’s easy to forget things, even with a list (and yes, even when you check it twice.)

In between trimming that tree and sharpening your ice skates, check back here for some lists that are sure to make your holiday season evermore artful!

Think there’s only one way to cook a turkey? Think again. In 2009 Art Toronto hosted 39 private galleries and 4 public galleries that Torontonians can visit all year round!

Giving the gift of art can be affordable no matter what your budget!

Some galleries can guide you through selections of pieces at various price points. If you’re not sure what to give the art-lover in your life, you can purchase a membership to a public gallery of your choice – they can visit their favorite pieces all year round. Some galleries will even rent out their space for private functions, if you’re looking for an exciting new venue for your yuletide celebration.

Check out the list below, and make sure you visit their websites for more information regarding holiday hours and special exhibitions.

Alison Smith Gallery
Angell Gallery
Birch Libralato
Christopher Cutts Gallery
Clark & Faria
Clint Roenisch
Corkin Gallery
Diaz Contemporary
Edward Day Gallery
Feheley Fine Arts
Gallery Moos Ltd
Georgia Scherman Projects
Headbones Gallery
Ingram Gallery
Jessica Bradley Art + Projects
Liss Gallery
Loch Gallery
Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts
Mira Godard Gallery
Miriam Shiell Fine Art
Nicholas Metivier Gallery
Nikola Rukaj Gallery
Odon Wagner Contemporary
Olga Korper Gallery
p|m Gallery
Paul Petro Contemporary Art
Prime Gallery
Roberts Gallery Ltd.
Sandra Ainsley Gallery
Stephen Bulger Gallery
Susan Hobbs Gallery
The Beverly Owens Project
Waddington Gorce Inc.
Lausberg Contemporary
Bau-Xi Gallery
The Other Gallery
Art Gallery of Hamilton
Art Gallery of Ontario
Art Gallery of York University
Bata Shoe Museum
Gardiner Museum
Justina M. Barnicke Gallery
Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art
Oakville Galleries
Royal Ontario Museum
The Power Plant
Varley Art Gallery

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