December 3, 2021

-January 23, 2022

The Spiders and the Bees is a survey exhibition by French-Canadian, Venice based artist François Xavier Saint-Pierre, including his most recent body of work following a residency at the Villa Medici in Rome.


January 4, 2022

-January 31, 2022

Collaborating with a courageous and diverse group of dancers during the COVID-19 lockdown, photographer Kyle Adler has crafted a stunning visual testament to how we share a need to create even while each of us owns a unique story.


October 4, 2021

-March 20, 2022

Periphery will illustrate the ways that Jewish people in Ontario, with intersecting social identities, negotiate a sense of place and recognition and reflect on what periphery means to them.

Window Gallery

November 22, 2021

-March 24, 2022

An abstracted tree without roots hangs in the FENTSTER window gallery, its limbs and leaves composed of many double-sided drawings created by Yaara Eshet (Toronto) and Aya Rosen (Brooklyn), longtime transplants to North America from Israel.


November 4, 2019

-April 29, 2022

Thresholds is a new Koffler.Digital podcast hosted and produced by Maya Bedward in collaboration with members of Holland Bloorview’s Youth Advisory Council. 


November 11, 2020

-November 11, 2022

Over 17,000 Canadian Jews enlisted in the military during WWII. Through their personal collections, preserved at the OJA, we can learn about these Canadian Jewish servicemen and women and the Jewish organizations that aided them.


May 1, 2021

-May 31, 2023

A virtual tour of Toronto’s historic Kensington Market. Scroll through all eight stops and watch the streets come to life though guided videos presenting the sights and sounds of the one-time Jewish Market.

Archived Exhibitions


December 1, 2021

-December 31, 2021

Drawings in oil and graphite have a gestural immediacy in their depiction of churning ocean and cold light that provides a counterpoint to the major canvases.

Window Gallery

November 12, 2021

-November 27, 2021

This project features disabled people telling their own stories through narrative and visual art, woven into a 10 minute multi-media piece that will be projected onto exterior building walls.


November 1, 2021

-November 30, 2021

A virtual exhibition for Holocaust Education Week, including painted portraits of child survivors of the Flossenburg concentration camp.


October 1, 2021

-October 31, 2021

Through painted portraits, viewers will encounter a survivor, and feel echoes of their individual strength and courage.


September 25, 2021

-November 14, 2021

Sameer Farooq’s major solo exhibition that tackles the fraught and violent histories of anthropological and encyclopaedic museum collections, their colonial origins, structures and impulses.


September 1, 2021

-September 30, 2021

Showcasing the work of young artists with disabilities to illustrate the story of what the theme of bloom means to them. Each photo reflects the individual’s focus, chosen by each artist who took part in a 7-week Disability/Visibility photography program.


August 3, 2021

-August 31, 2021

Photographer Jack Micay captures both posed and candid shots of soon-to-be and just wed couples from around the world in his exhibit Bride and Groom.

Window Gallery

June 17, 2021

-November 17, 2021

New York-based artist and architect Daniel Toretsky invents a part-performance, part-ritual, part-sculpture for an imagined distant Jewish future in a dystopian North America.
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