Saturday, February 16, 2019

🔗 AT 50, MICHELLE VELLA USED INSTAGRAM TO BECOME A FULL-TIME ARTIST

"I was just sitting at coffee with my sister, when all of a sudden I see my phone light up. And it says: ‘@DVF is following you.’"

ART GALLERY WORKERS STRIKE OVER CONCESSIONS AND WAGES

Gallery workers walk off the job in response to employer efforts to force a vote on rejected last offer

YOUR 2019 GUIDE TO BLACK HISTORY MONTH ARTS AND CULTURE

A list of must-see events happening around the country

NEW GROUP OF ARTISTS SET TO LIVE AND CREATE AT FOOL’S PARADISE IN 2019

Eight artists from across Canada, including visual artists, musicians and writers, have been selected for the fifth year of the Doris McCarthy Artist-in-Residence program.

WHY THIS 300-YEAR-OLD VIRGIN AND CHILD UNDERWENT A CT SCAN AT SICK KIDS

The experts gathered at Sick Kids hospital hoped the CT scan would solve questions including whether or not the sculpture had undergone a breast reduction.

FIELD TRIP MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL CANCELLED FOR SUMMER 2019

The organizers of Toronto's Field Trip Music & Arts Festival say the event is going on a temporary hiatus with the goal of returning in 2020, but the reason for the hiatus is still something of a mystery.

CUPE 15 ISSUES 72-HOUR STRIKE NOTICE TO VANCOUVER ART GALLERY

Union vows to fight concessions and two-tier proposals

TORONTO ILLUSTRATOR TEAMS UP WITH PAUL MCCARTNEY ON CHILDREN’S BOOK

Toronto-based illustrator Kathryn Durst says she’s found a true collaborator in Paul McCartney after working closely with the rock legend to bring his bedtime tale for grandchildren to the page.

THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA SUPPORTS PRODUCTIONS RÉALISATIONS INDÉPENDANTES DE MONTRÉAL

Upgraded facilities will better serve Montréal's artistic community.

CREATING A LIFELINE FOR TORONTO ARTISTS IN THE ANNEX

Dupont gentrification forcing studios to relocate, while others are finding ways to hold on

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