Tuesday, February 19, 2019

CANADIAN ARTISTS FIGHT FOR CUT WHEN WORKS ARE RESOLD

Canada doesn’t entitle visual artists and their estates to a share of the profits when their works are resold

BANKSY ARTWORK RESURFACES IN WHISTLER CLOTHING STORE

The piece Bombing Middle England was originally made in 2003 for a Parisian streetwear store, but had been in storage for 12 years

A SHERIDAN COLLEGE GRAD HAS OFFICIALLY MADE THE OSCARS SHORTLIST FOR THE TORONTO-BASED PIXAR...

The creator of Pixar's "Bao" hid a ton of Toronto references in the short film!
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VANCOUVER ANIMATION TEAM THE ‘HEART’ OF NEW ‘SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE’

The Vancouver animation team behind the new movie "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" knew it had to be different.

FORD GOVERNMENT CUTS FUNDING TO ONTARIO ARTS COUNCIL, IMPACTING INDIGENOUS CULTURE FUND

The Ontario government has slashed base funding to the Ontario Arts Council (OAC) by $5 million, as well as more than $2 million to the Indigenous Culture Fund.

VISUAL EFFECTS STUDIO ‘DIGITAL DOMAIN’ TO OPEN NEW LOCATION STUDIO IN MONTREAL

Founded in 1993, Digital Domain is one of the largest and most influential visual effects studios in the world.  Montréal marks nine locations for the studio, will focus on feature film and episodic visual effects

SOMEONE IS TURNING TORONTO’S MOST ICONIC LANDMARKS INTO AWESOME CARTOONS

Toronto-based artist Pouya Sayyedi is a true renaissance man.

THIS INFINITY MIRROR ROOM WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT THE AGO FOREVER

If you missed your chance to experience Japanese conceptual artist Yayoi Kusama’s “Infinity Rooms” at the AGO this spring, you’re about to have another chance to experience infinity.

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.

THIS TORONTO ARTIST MAKES CRAZY MYTHOLOGICAL SCULPTURES USING NOTHING BUT LEGO

As a kid, Ekow Nimako spent hours clicking together Lego bricks to recreate characters from his favourite comic books and TV shows. From his home studio in Leslieville, he makes mythical creatures, some several feet tall, from exclusively black Lego pieces.

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