Sunday, October 18, 2020

Tag: photography

The museum of Insta-worthy illusions

Were you to pass by the Museum of Illusions at 132 Front Street East, you would likely shrug it off as a shop that...

A new home for contemporary art

A new home for contemporary art has opened in the up and coming area of Toronto’s Junction Triangle. The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)...

A walk through nature photography

When it comes to taking scenic nature shots, Shane Thomas can tell you all about it. Thomas, who is a third-year economics and philosophy...

A photographic resume

Mark Aguirre, a fourth-year art and art history student, doesn’t only strive for excellence inside the classroom, but outside of it as well. With...

Wildlife from around the world

The fourth annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Royal Ontario Museum is the largest and longest-running contest for wildlife and nature...

Forget the past & future, focus on the now

Agh, thinking sucks. “What are you studying? What are you going to do after you graduate? Are you excited? What do you plan on doing...

Inside the lines with Alison Dias

A member of our UTM community was representing Canada as a tennis referee in the 2016 Rio Olympics. Alison Dias, a graphic artist who...

Photojournalism: more than just a shot

The anniversary of 9/11 brings moments of homage, memory, and prayer across the world. With any tragic event in history also comes controversy, and I’m...

Our mandate as a newspaper

Last week, we commemorated Remembrance Day and reflected on the role of freedom and democracy in our society. These are big concepts, but certainly important...

We’re not all cut from the same cardboard

The Gallery at Sheridan College welcomed students and faculty last Thursday evening for the opening of its current exhibition, Project Project. The exhibition features...

Political critique of Pan Am madness

Let’s imagine that Sports, Fine Art, and Politics are people and they all end up in a room together. All three know each other,...

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.

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