Hart House is the cultural heart of the University of Toronto community, and the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery is one of its treasures. A tiny treasure, it nonetheless houses a fine collection of Group of Seven paintings and other Canadian artworks, both historical and contemporary. The Barnicke is a two-room gallery that features an ever-changing series of monthly exhibits. Occasionally, historical works are on show, but the focus is on works by contemporary artists working with various media. Works from the collection are scattered throughout the hallways and rooms of Hart House (it's a public building, so feel free to wander and explore; just remember that the small plaques naming the work and its artist are hidden on the lower-right side of each frame or canvas).