Space for Grief is an immersive art installation held at Evergreen Brick Works on Bayview Avenue until Nov. 18.
Canada is using Indigenous art as part of their personal brand, according to the chief curator of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection.
Women of Courage made its debut at Todmorden Mills on Feb. 15 and is stopping at four select locations in Toronto, including the Scarborough Museum where it is currently on display until April 19.
The showcase was initiated by Culturelink, a settlement and community organization in Toronto. It partnered with Toronto History Museums and the project received funding from the Department of Canadian Heritage.
Art curator, Sarah Milroy appeared on The Paul Wells Show and talked about Canada and McMichael’s history with Indigenous artwork
Architecture students from three Ontario universities are putting their artistic and creative skills to the test by building winter designs around public lifeguard posts at the Toronto Beaches.
A year after the passing of the artist Floyd Kuptana the art gallery, Gallery Arcturus is showcasing his work as a part of a current exhibit.
Even with his recent viral success, Nashid Chroma’s artistic journey has involved trial and error, including a foray into EDM and electronic music production as a teen. “Throughout my entire life I’ve just been chasing…
Art Battle Toronto is a night of colour and competition of artists competing against the clock, creating masterpiece by masterpiece.
Incorporating technology is at the forefront of artistic innovation, and more women should be a part of that change, according to one artist. Shonee, a digital-media artist, was a speaker at Arts Ahead 2022, a symposium…
Toronto based artist Yasmeen Nematt hopes to build on ideas of community care through communal art in Commuting and Other Lonely Thoughts