Humber College is transforming its Lakeshore Campus into a destination for arts and culture through the development of the Humber Cultural Hub. The Cultural Hub will be a catalyst for building the next generation of artistic, cultural and creative leaders. It will inspire creativity, support a connected community, encourage public appreciation of the arts and offer world-class film, media and performance facilities. Providing much-needed capacity to meet the growing demand for skilled talent in creative industries and delivering important benefits to culturally underserviced local communities, the Cultural Hub will attract businesses, create jobs, enrich the economy and cultivate new audiences for the arts.

Built to the highest standards of sustainability, the Cultural Hub will provide world-class, technology-rich teaching and performance spaces, including a 500 seat Performance Hall, 130-seat Recital Hall and professional-quality music, film, TV, multimedia equipment and training facilities.

Check back often for updates on the development and design of the Humber Cultural Hub.

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Features and Performance Spaces

This landmark facility will enable connection and collaboration between students, faculty, creative industries, local businesses and the community. Featuring cutting-edge technology and experiences, the Cultural Hub will improve access to education, training and engagement in arts and culture outside the downtown core, which directly supports the vision of the Toronto Arts Council.

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Centre for Creative Business Innovation

The ground-breaking Centre for Creative Business Innovation, where creative experts will partner with business and the arts to improve Canada’s economic, creative and innovation performance, will also be located within the Cultural Hub.

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Media & Creative Arts Programs

The Cultural Hub will be home to Humber’s award-winning music, creative arts and multimedia programs and will allow the potential of Humber’s students to be realized. Clustering creative programming in one central space sparks innovation and provides opportunities for imaginative ideas to take shape.