Monday, October 15, 2018

MARY PRATT, FAMED CANADIAN PAINTER, DEAD AT 83

Mary Pratt, a painter who turned the ordinary objects of her kitchen, garden and daily life into extraordinary works of beauty and colour, has died in St. John's.

‘TOO NAKED, TOO VIOLENT’: THE ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO’S TROUBLING $100M MASTERPIECE HITS THE...

The Massacre of the Innocents was installed on a blood-red wall in a low-lit chamber deep in the museum’s Thomson collection, all on its own. There, it emanated a menacing glow; the only light in the space was trained directly on it.

Minister Rodriguez Announces Investments to Support the Arts in Ontario

Funding through the Endowment Incentives component of the Canada Cultural Investment Fund will support 24 professional arts organizations through 13 foundations in Ontario

Jim Carrey Talks Controversial Trump Cartoons, Insists He Draws Them Because He ‘Cant Just...

Jim Carrey was asked about attacking Donald Trump in his artwork when he appeared at the 2018 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour on Monday.

‘IT’S RIDICULOUS. IT’S PICASSO’: FACEBOOK REVIEWING ANTI-NUDITY POLICY AFTER BLOCKING MONTREAL MUSEUM AD

Montreal's fine arts museum complained after Facebook blocked ads featuring cubist nude paintings

MONTREAL MODEL AND ARTIST KNOWN AS ZOMBIE BOY DEAD AT 32

His body-art attracted fashion designers and he modelled at high-end shows in Paris and Berlin. In 2011, he appeared in Lady Gaga's music video for the song Born This Way.

INNOVATIVE DINING CONCEPT, DINNER TIME STORIES, MAKES ITS CANADIAN DEBUT IN TORONTO THIS FALL

Tickets are on sale July 25 for a dining experience redefining culinary storytelling around the world through digital mapping
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CANADA’S WALK OF FAME CELEBRATES 20 YEARS OF CANADIAN EXCELLENCE AND ANNOUNCES 2018 INDUCTEES

Outstanding Group of Canadians to be Inducted in 20th Anniversary Year Canada's Walk of Fame Awards Show Event to be Held at the Sony Centre December 1, 2018 and Set to Air Later in the Month on CTV

TORONTO’S HOTEL X GIVES A SELF-TAUGHT PHOTOGRAPHER THE ‘GIG OF A LIFETIME’

Nearly 800 shots taken by one person, and specifically commandeered to show natural sites in countries ranging from China to Iceland, South Africa to Bolivia. Unprecedented, as far as hotel commissions go.

AFROFEST Set to Break Guinness Record for Largest Djembe Ensemble this Weekend

The festival is attempting to break two world records: for creating the largest djembe drum ensemble and for the most nationalities playing the djembe drum simultaneously, highlighting Toronto's diversity.

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