• Changing Exhibits in Terminal 1

    What better place than Toronto Pearson – where people of all cultures and backgrounds come together – to showcase exhibits of art, design, history, science, popular culture and national history. Our ever-changing exhibits feature works by cultural institutions, organizations, collectors, art groups and even the GTAA.

    With special emphasis on local institutions and those from around the province, our partners include:

    • Canada's Sports Hall of Fame
    • CONTACT Photography Festival
    • Design Exchange
    • Ontario Crafts Council
    • Open Studio
    • Royal Ontario Museum.

    The program also includes open calls for the submission of new works for thematic exhibitions.

    Explore our Current Exhibits

     
  • Time Flies: The Airport at 75

     

     
     

    Stepping into the modern terminal buildings at Toronto Pearson International Airport, it may be hard to believe that only 75 years ago, the original airport was a converted farmhouse surrounded by fields. The story of Toronto Pearson is one of expansion and growth, as the region’s population grew and demand for air travel increased. A timeline and archival photos show the evolution of the airport and highlight major milestones. But it’s also the story of people who fell in love with planes and air travel, and the show includes aviation items from private collectors and stories gathered from people who worked at or travelled through Toronto Pearson.

    The exhibition is in Terminal 1, Malton Airport Gallery, and runs until March 29, 2015. The gallery is located directly above Canada Arrivals.

  • So(cial) Good Design Awards 
    So(cial) Good Design Awards 

    So(cial) Good Design Awards

    Graphic design is everywhere but we don’t usually think about it. There are countless examples of graphic design in the airport, from wayfinding signs to restaurant menus to airline branding. This show invites us to take a close look at graphic design and to see how eye-catching, humourous, subtle or bold designs can help to communicate ideas. In partnership with RGD (Registered Graphic Designers), a non-profit professional association representing the design community.  

    Terminal 1, Airspace Gallery, Above Canada Arrivals. September 17, 2014 – February 28, 2015