Toronto’s a great city with lots—too much—to do in it each night. Great Nights Out is here to help. Every day, we’re highlighting the very best thing to do with your time, and every weekend, we’re highlighting the best place to get away from it all.
Monday, October 19: Kent Monkman
Monday, October 19: The Toronto-based Cree artist’s new site-specific installation examines Aboriginal history through a queer, postcolonial lens. It features a nine-foot recreation of a buffalo jump, topped by two full-sized bison and a sculpture of Monkman’s alter ego, Miss Chief Testickle. $15. Gardiner Museum, 111 Queen’s Park, gardinermuseum.on.ca.