Thank you for a wonderful festival!
We’ll see you next year, June 9-19th for Luminato 2022. Until then, join our community of artists and arts lovers.
Submissions now open for Luminato’s Artists in Residence 2022 programme.
Available On Demand
Explore the Access Hub
Luminato Festival Toronto is working hard to bring accessibility into the centre of what we do. We know this is a deep process that requires a long-term commitment. We are excited to share the Access Hub with you.
Luminato Festival Toronto acknowledges that the land we gather on is the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Chippewa and the Anishinaabeg, The Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Wendat Confederacy, and all Indigenous peoples, both known and unknown. This territory is subject to Treaty 13 and the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant and is home to many First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples from across Turtle Island. Luminato acknowledges our responsibilities to these territorial agreements and to peaceably share and care for the resources of this land while aspiring to embody the treaties through our actions, relationship-building, and our programs.
- Five Things a Festival Producer Learned about Accessibility During the Pandemic: Part One Access Hub December 3, 2021
- What Climate Change Looks Like through the Photographer’s Lens In The Wake of Progress October 5, 2021
- Not a “New World”: We Were Here Built on Genocide September 14, 2021
- Who Wrote Canada’s History? The real story of first contact. Built on Genocide
- Contact Continues: Clash and Blending of Cultures Built on Genocide
In Luminato’s free digital space, audiences from all around the world can connect through art, culture, and conversation.