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Paula Cho

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    Fashion photography 101

    At a workshop hosted by The Commons Photo Studio last Tuesday, fashion photographer Raad Rahman talked about making his mark in the demanding industry...

    One play a day: a year of playwriting

    In commemoration of UTM’s 50th Anniversary, Theatre Erindale presented a special season of contemporary work called Theatre Now. The theme of this season is...

    Remember: artists are parents, too

    “A Day of Affectionate Actions” is an event at the Blackwood Gallery and it is a part of the gallery’s Take Care exhibition series....

    A talk with Lee Maracle

    Located in Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre, the 38th edition of the International Festival of Authors will last for 11 days. Some events include author readings,...

    Recognizing the value of care work

    The second circuit of the Blackwood Gallery’s exhibition series, entitled Take Care, confronts the systemic undervaluing of domestic employees in the workplace and in...

    Happy days at the Isabel Badel Theatre

    In celebration of the University of Toronto Mississauga’s 50th Anniversary, the campus’ Department of Language Studies hosted a performance of the play Happy Days,...

    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...

    Fashion photography 101

    At a workshop hosted by The Commons Photo Studio last Tuesday, fashion photographer Raad Rahman talked about making his mark in the demanding industry...

    One play a day: a year of playwriting

    In commemoration of UTM’s 50th Anniversary, Theatre Erindale presented a special season of contemporary work called Theatre Now. The theme of this season is...

    Remember: artists are parents, too

    “A Day of Affectionate Actions” is an event at the Blackwood Gallery and it is a part of the gallery’s Take Care exhibition series....

    A talk with Lee Maracle

    Located in Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre, the 38th edition of the International Festival of Authors will last for 11 days. Some events include author readings,...

    Recognizing the value of care work

    The second circuit of the Blackwood Gallery’s exhibition series, entitled Take Care, confronts the systemic undervaluing of domestic employees in the workplace and in...

    Happy days at the Isabel Badel Theatre

    In celebration of the University of Toronto Mississauga’s 50th Anniversary, the campus’ Department of Language Studies hosted a performance of the play Happy Days,...

    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...
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