Sunday, April 21, 2019

YOU CAN NOW BE PRESCRIBED A VISIT TO THE ROM BY A DOCTOR

Doctors can now prescribe visits to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). The Museum has announced a new health and wellness initiative that will help the well being of many at no cost.

Local hero: Amanda Parris returns with Marvin’s Room and Exhibitionists

It’s been a big year for Amanda Parris. Her second season as host of CBC TV’s Exhibitionists started October 9, she debuted her R&B-focused...

Nuit Blanche’s new frontier: Scarborough

Don't expect to find 'Nuit lite' at the event's first Scarborough art crawl in 2018.

Frank Gehry’s gift to Toronto gets better with age

The Toronto-born architect’s Art Gallery of Ontario renovation was restrained, which made for a better outcome.

‘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.

Liberty Entertainment Group delivering the ultimate Halloween experience at Casa Loma

This October Halloween fans are in for an experience like no other, thanks to Liberty Entertainment’s latest mega-project. The company is launching a brand new,...

MOCA Toronto names director of programs

With the naming today of November Paynter as the director of programs for Toronto’s Museum of Contemporary Art, the unpredictable evolution of the museum’s...

Meet Canada’s ‘hyperactive’ illustrator, Elise Gravel

There’s little chance that the National Ballet of Canada will stock copies of Elise Gravel’s latest picture book, The Cranky Ballerina, in its gift...

ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO SHOWS OFF THE YAYOI KUSAMA INFINITY ROOM IT’S CROWDFUNDING TO...

More than 3,000 people have contributed to campaign to buy new installation from renowned Japanese artist

The Museum of Drug Policy: Forty-one art pieces highlighting the impact of current global...

Following its successful launch in New York in April 2016, the Museum of Drug Policy's international travelling exhibit will be making its first stop in Montréal in a "pop-up museum" format on May 15-17, as part of the 25th Harm Reduction International Conference, before making its way to Europe.

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