Monday, October 15, 2018

Get ready for 11 days of musical festivities in the heart of Québec City

Government of Canada supports Festival d'été de Québec

ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM EXPLORES SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE ARTS WITH #METOO DISPLAY

An upcoming exhibit featuring the work of controversial photographer Raghubir Singh will be accompanied by a display outlining sexual misconduct allegations against the late artist.

QUEBECOR MAKES $100,000 DONATION TO MAISON RENÉ-LÉVESQUE

Starting today, visitors to the facility can tour a pavilion and follow an outdoor trail celebrating René Lévesque's life, his political legacy and his imprint on Québec's history.

MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT NEIL ELLIS ANNOUNCES INVESTMENTS IN ARTS AND CULTURE IN PRINCE EDWARD...

The Government of Canada supports music festival and theatre season in Picton and Wellington, Ontario

AMAL AND GEORGE CLOONEY ARE IN TORONTO AND HERE’S WHY

Amal Clooney spoke at the Luminato Festival last night.

ROM FACES #METOO HEAD-ON WITH ARTISTIC BALANCING ACT

The Royal Ontario Museum has hurried together a summertime display devoted to the #MeToo movement to coincide with a photography exhibition by an artist accused of sexual assault.

NEW STUDY REVEALS THE DIVERSITY OF CANADA’S ARTS AUDIENCE

If you think an arts lover looks like a grey-haired white lady trotting off to the opera, ballet or art gallery, think again.

NEW CANADIAN EMBASSY WOOS THE FRENCH WITH INDIGENOUS ART

Paintings by Indigenous artist Kent Monkman featured in inaugural show

THERE WILL BE A GIANT FLAME-BREATHING DRAGON ON TORONTO ROADS THIS WEEKEND

There is a workshop in this city where a ragtag collective of creative Toronto folks are working in the belly of giant metal beasts.

A NIGHT WITH AMAL CLOONEY, A MAGIC SHOW IN A CASTLE AND EIGHT OTHER...

Lawyer and activist Amal Clooney takes part in an onstage interview with journalist Nick Clooney (yes, he’s her father-in-law) to discuss the world’s most pressing human rights issues.

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