Tag: ART

Toronto Light Festival: bright lights & cold nights

Winter in Canada is the time when people prefer to stay indoors and lay in bed rather than withstand the chilly winds and somber...

Exploring monstrosity

The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library is currently hosting an exhibition titled De Monstris: An Exhibition of Monsters and the Wonders of Human Imagination....

From Rome to New York, and back again

In the year between high school and university, Evonne Levy, a professor of Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture at UTM, travelled to Italy...

Can art really be separated from the artist?

It’s a topic that has been covered heavily by news outlets these past few years. Sexual assault—whether it’s happening at high school or on...

How to create: 200 expressions of art

After walking through the doors of the Art Square Gallery—a two-part setting comprised of a gallery and a quaint backroom café—I begin to think...

Witnessing Rojas’ creative journey

Last Friday, VAM opened their doors for their current exhibition’s opening reception. Why do you create? is an interactive show that features both artwork...

Shattering the silence on an Indian tragedy

Last Wednesday, Ashok Vajpeyi, an award-winning Indian author, spoke about what motivated him and other writers to return their awards as a form of...

Artists take advantage of natural resources

A wall of 17 industrial fans blow on the mound of sand in the middle of the Blackwood Gallery. Robert Wysocki’s installation "traction" uses 30,000 pounds of...

Discovering UTM’s comfort zones

Comfort Zones is an upcoming event at Blackwood Gallery that takes a step back from the traditional style to bring viewers a more in-depth look...

Poetry in motion

Slam poets Andre Prefontaine and Sabrina Benaim came to UTM earlier this month at a poetry masterclass EDSS held for students.Prefontaine is a slam...

The best of the best gather ’round

If you happened to be walking around the CCT atrium at 6 p.m. last Friday, you would have been greeted by a jazz trio...

Mississauga talent spreads to Toronto

Where do artists trying to establish themselves and their work go to get recognition? Tucked away in a little corner on Richmond Street, Trinity...
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