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Akash Sherman on connective curiosity and real astronomy in Clara

Accomplished writer, director, and visual effects artist are credits not normally attributed to your average 23-year-old. At just 22, Akash Sherman wrapped his latest...

The Penelopiad: empowering female voices

From November 9-24, Hart House Theatre presents The Penelopiad, a re-exploration of Homer’s Odyssey that focuses on the perspective of Penelope, the wife of...

Bringing Shakespeare to the studio stage

This November, familiar Shakespearean themes of chivalry, justice, and honor will play out on the Theatre Erindale stage in its production of Henry IV...

Shaping a world more unsettled via art

Oftentimes our history books are written by those with the power to tell it. These narratives are therefore subject to distortion and in certain...

Nuit Blanche: a sleepless night of art

Insomniacs and art admirers alike were called upon to attend the 13th annual Nuit Blanche Toronto, an all-night celebration of contemporary art. Consisting of...

Revitalizing the campus radio station

Committed to representing the local arts scene and fostering a sense of connection across campus, CFRE is UTM’s radio station. Established in 1970, the...

Finding Community on stage and off

For the first production of their 2018-19 season, Hart House Theatre presents Heathers: The Musical, based on the 1988 film of the same name....

Halfway here, between everywhere

Halfway/Between is a two-part exhibition that features the work of 11 graduating students of the art and art history program. Currently on display at...

She leads a conference for her school

Her Campus, at the University of Toronto, is an online publication that aims to empower the female student demographic through conferences and editorials concerning...

The importance of freeing the press

Steven Spielberg’s exhilarating new film The Post is based on true events surrounding the historic protection of freedom of the press following an American...

Wishing you long and sweet dreams

Figures of Sleep, an international exhibition at the U of T Art Museum, sets out to provide a visual representation of how the idea...

Keeping up with Kirsten Armstrong

Publishing a book, for some, is a writer’s career-defining moment. For Kirsten Armstrong, it’s only the beginning. Currently, a fourth-year philosophy and professional writing...

That’s too much drama for the night

In collaboration with Hart House Theatre, the U of T Drama Coalition presented its 26th annual Drama Festival. The event, spanning over the course...

Welcome to a festival for flower faces

Last Saturday, the UTM Artistic Resource Team hosted Arts Fest 2018. The annual event provides a platform for all students to showcase their works...

So you think you can write a one-act?

The UTM English and Drama Student Society’s most recent production, Festival of One Acts, showcased four plays all written, directed, and performed by UTM...

Apologizing to the land through song

The fourth circuit of the Blackwood Gallery’s Take Care exhibition series focuses on ideas and practices of care in relation to land, territory, and...

Dancers getting up close and personal

At the Collective Space in downtown Toronto, Circo Zero performed “Turbulence”—a dance that combines improvisation and political theatre. The message of the dance is...

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...

Akash Sherman on connective curiosity and real astronomy in Clara

Accomplished writer, director, and visual effects artist are credits not normally attributed to your average 23-year-old. At just 22, Akash Sherman wrapped his latest...

The Penelopiad: empowering female voices

From November 9-24, Hart House Theatre presents The Penelopiad, a re-exploration of Homer’s Odyssey that focuses on the perspective of Penelope, the wife of...

Bringing Shakespeare to the studio stage

This November, familiar Shakespearean themes of chivalry, justice, and honor will play out on the Theatre Erindale stage in its production of Henry IV...

Shaping a world more unsettled via art

Oftentimes our history books are written by those with the power to tell it. These narratives are therefore subject to distortion and in certain...

Nuit Blanche: a sleepless night of art

Insomniacs and art admirers alike were called upon to attend the 13th annual Nuit Blanche Toronto, an all-night celebration of contemporary art. Consisting of...

Revitalizing the campus radio station

Committed to representing the local arts scene and fostering a sense of connection across campus, CFRE is UTM’s radio station. Established in 1970, the...

Finding Community on stage and off

For the first production of their 2018-19 season, Hart House Theatre presents Heathers: The Musical, based on the 1988 film of the same name....

Halfway here, between everywhere

Halfway/Between is a two-part exhibition that features the work of 11 graduating students of the art and art history program. Currently on display at...

She leads a conference for her school

Her Campus, at the University of Toronto, is an online publication that aims to empower the female student demographic through conferences and editorials concerning...

The importance of freeing the press

Steven Spielberg’s exhilarating new film The Post is based on true events surrounding the historic protection of freedom of the press following an American...

Wishing you long and sweet dreams

Figures of Sleep, an international exhibition at the U of T Art Museum, sets out to provide a visual representation of how the idea...

Keeping up with Kirsten Armstrong

Publishing a book, for some, is a writer’s career-defining moment. For Kirsten Armstrong, it’s only the beginning. Currently, a fourth-year philosophy and professional writing...

That’s too much drama for the night

In collaboration with Hart House Theatre, the U of T Drama Coalition presented its 26th annual Drama Festival. The event, spanning over the course...

Welcome to a festival for flower faces

Last Saturday, the UTM Artistic Resource Team hosted Arts Fest 2018. The annual event provides a platform for all students to showcase their works...

So you think you can write a one-act?

The UTM English and Drama Student Society’s most recent production, Festival of One Acts, showcased four plays all written, directed, and performed by UTM...

Apologizing to the land through song

The fourth circuit of the Blackwood Gallery’s Take Care exhibition series focuses on ideas and practices of care in relation to land, territory, and...

Dancers getting up close and personal

At the Collective Space in downtown Toronto, Circo Zero performed “Turbulence”—a dance that combines improvisation and political theatre. The message of the dance is...

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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