Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Hart House at the University of Toronto

Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Hart House at the University of Toronto


A ‘living laboratory’ of social, artistic, cultural and recreational experiences, Hart House is a dynamic gathering place for U of T students. Its St. George Campus’s vibrant centre for the education of the mind, body and spirit. For many, the real draw of Hart House is the scope of programming—from live music, lectures and literary events to food, filmmaking and fitness—that provides students opportunities for self-knowledge and awakening into who they are becoming. The unique partnership between students and staff is an enduring and exciting dynamic at Hart House. Creative minds and enabling spirits join forces in a supportive and collaborative fashion, resulting in meaningful student engagement, growth and satisfaction as well as lifelong friendships and a true sense of belonging. Hart House provides students with a broad range of leadership and involvement opportunities.


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