Monday, October 19, 2020

Nives Hajdin

Nives Hajdin
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Nives joined the Medium in her first year, following her breakout review of 2009's classic Confessions of a Shopaholic. She led the Arts & Entertainment section for two years, where she fell in love with campus theatre, the Toronto International Film Festival, and veal sandwiches. She then joined the hipsters at OCAD for her MFA in Criticism & Curatorial Practice, teal corduroy pants and all. One of these days, she hopes to get Instagram so she too can take sexy pictures of her food. @nivosupremo

Night of the knockout performances

Hart House Theatre closes out the season with its best production, Tennessee Williams’ Night of the Iguana

Devious minds think alike

The Department of Visual Studies’s new student society emerges as the voice of art and culture on campus

Photography at UTAC

Photography Collected Us, features a stunning array of over 270 works from the Malcolmson Collection, considered one of Canada’s most impressive private collections of vintage photography.

The weightlessness of the world

Printmaking iconoclasts take over the Blackwood Gallery with 3D paper installations.

Women’s Tri-Campus soccer showdown

On Sunday afternoon, UTM and UTSC faced off for the Women’s Tri-Campus soccer playoff finals at the North Field. In frigid temperatures, UTSC maintained...

A house divided cannot stand

Last week a friend and I decided to explore the new medical building. We went around 4:30 p.m. and it was completely deserted, so we figured we might as well take our time and look around.

Cinema stirs the senses

The Blackwood Gallery is always looking for new ways to transform the gallery space, and its latest exhibition, Lost Secrets of the Royal—curated by Ben Donoghue and Heather Keung—is no exception to this tradition.

Something wicked this way comes

In anticipation of Hart House Theatre’s latest production, Shakespeare’s haunting Macbeth, we sat down to chat with director Jeremy Hutton and lead actor William Foley, as technical preparations continued into the cold, dark night ahead...

Art exhibit takes over office space

To mark 100 years since the birth of Marshall McLuhan, the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery’s fall 2011 exhibition series, How Near is Far, honours the achievements of the great Canadian media theorist by featuring a number of works that address the growing permeation of information technology in society.

Avant-garde opening at the AGO

The AGO has not only acquired the entire General Idea: Haute Couture exhibition that debuted at the French art space earlier this year, but most recently the AGO also became home to a collection of 118 works that make up the highly anticipated, limited-time exhibition Chagall and the Russian Avante-Garde.

Our picks at Tiff

Check out our preview of some of the festival’s most promising movies, and stay tuned for the verdict next week.

Drama students take a bow

As the school year comes to an end, so does another season of student theatre on campus. Theatre Erindale’s 2010/11 “Coming of Age” season...

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