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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Screentime for the 50th

In the following weeks, four films will be screened in the CCT atrium in light of UTM’s 50th Anniversary Film Festival. The four films,...

Radiolab

Radiolab is produced by WNYC Radio and hosted by Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich.  It is aimed at combining science and technology with questions...

Open conversation with Richie Mehta

On Thursday, students from professor Ken Derry’s Reel Religion course shuffled into the MiST Theatre to attend the screening of Richie Mehta’s film Amal....

A heartistic endeavour

Arts for Hearts is a new arts club on campus currently staffed by four members. Though none of its members study arts academically, the...

You have to tell Them, i’m not a Racist

You have to tell Them, i’m not a Racist is a solo exhibition by artist Divya Mehra, presented at the Georgia Scherman Projects in...

Should we care about notions of care?

Habits of Care, an exhibition hosted by The Blackwood Gallery, is one in a series of gallery exhibitions addressing cultural visibility and attitudes toward...

Breakfast at TIFF: an insider’s retelling

Every year, three blocks are shut down in downtown Toronto. From Peter to University, King Street is barricaded. The westbound side is sectioned off,...

Fusing arts with design

Held at the Living Arts Centre, Fête is a gallery exhibition celebrating the works of design students.The event is primarily hosted to inspire students...

Cathedral (1981)

Raymond Carver’s short story “Cathedral,” deals with themes of isolation, loneliness, and the inability to create meaningful connections. It is a story about an...

Cosmopolitan snapshots

After a compelling panel last Wednesday night at The Art Gallery of Ontario, the recipients of the AIMIA Photography Prize showcased their exhibits to...

À propos de Nice (1930)

When Jean Vigo, the son of a Catalan anarchist, meets Boris and Mikhail Kaufman of Man with a Movie Camera, they film À propos...

To be, or not to be a playwright: a guide

For some, it takes an epiphany to compel one to write. For others, writing has always been an inclination since childhood. The latter is...
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