February 1, 2020

February 29, 2020

Free & Ticketed Events

Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto


Events Description

Join us in February as we host Toronto’s longest-running Black History Month celebration. From exhibitions, films, comedy, and panel discussions we cover a plethora of events spanning the whole month.

As Kuumba marks its 25th anniversary, a silver lining approach is explored as we consider what is beneficial in celebrating this commemorative year.

The festival is curated by Ashley McKenzie-Barnes, who recently spearheaded Nuit Blanche in Scarborough. Festival highlights include: sneaker design workshops led by footwear designer D’Wayne Edwards and the return of Trey Anthony’s Black Girl in Love (with herself): Speaking the Unspeakable Tings (Feb. 7).

Representative of a jubilee, silver itself is a radiant, mirroring element that forces us to look into our own reflection and resurface a very deep wisdom that can bring forth an understanding of our ancestry and history. The use of silver is traditional in its meaning but also modern, resistant and vibrant in its form.

Who is it for?

Family & Adult events


Tickets : Free & Ticketed events – $0-$45

More than half of the events are free with advance registration. Tickets can be purchased online, in-person or by calling the Harbourfront Centre Box Office. Please visit website for more details
How to get tickets?

Buy Online

Phone: 416-973-4000

Email: tickets@harbourfrontcentre.com

At the door: Please visit the Harbourfront Box Office, located at 235 Queens Quay West.


Date & Time:

February 01 to 29, 2020 – Schedule

Venue & Address :

Harbourfront Centre – 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON M5J 2G8 Canada
Paid Parking

Public Transit Accessible

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