Friday, December 14, 2018

Justin Bieber exhibit in Stratford extended after breaking attendance records

Hometown museum's Steps to Stardom has collection of mementos from pop star's career

Nuit Blanche all-nighter shines a light on creativity in Scarborough and downtown, 10 projects...

Last night and into the early hours of Sunday, residents and visitors filled the streets of downtown Toronto and parts of Scarborough to explore contemporary art for the 13th edition of Nuit Blanche Toronto.

Anvil block from ill-fated Franklin Expedition on display at Calgary’s Glenbow Museum

The small, suitcase-sized wooden block appears weathered and pitted

Ontario Science Centre presents STEAM-Powered Stories as part of Nuit Blanche Toronto 2018

From sundown to sunrise, science and art converge to spark wonder, fuel creativity and build community

Arts Commons accused of censorship for removing LGBTQ artist’s work

Beck Gilmer-Osborne said they were given a choice to edit their artwork or have it taken down

Luminato Festival chooses its new artistic director from within the organization and the city

Toronto-born Naomi Campbell is taking over immediately from Josephine Ridge

National Gallery of Canada exhibition Impressionist Treasures enjoys highest attendance in six years

Only ten days remaining to see key paintings from renowned Danish collection

Never Jaded Presents a Lineup of Entertainment and Cultural Programming Across Canada

Register now to get tickets to free, nationwide events coming to a city near you.

A Season of Firsts at the National Gallery of Canada

Canada's first exhibition of Paul Klee in nearly four decades opens November 16 - Anthropocene, the new multimedia exhibition by Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier, launches the fall season at the Gallery


Jim Carrey has faced a backlash for his artful tribute to musical icon Aretha Franklin after his portrait was criticized for making her look “white”.


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