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Photos: Nikki’s Wives-Lee’s Palace, Toronto-April 2019

We headed to Lee’s Palace to catch Canadian Alt Rock 3-piece Nikki’s Wives debut new music. Continue reading Photos: Nikki’s Wives-Lee’s Palace, Toronto-April 2019

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Addressing Single-Use Plastic Water Bottles With ‘Brita Niagara Now’ At Union Station, Toronto

Brita partnered with National Geographic Explorer and visual artist Asher Jay to recreate an iconic Canadian Landmark with ‘Niagara Now’. This installation addresses the enormous environmental footprint of single-use plastic water bottles in Canada – and its rising impact. Continue reading Addressing Single-Use Plastic Water Bottles With ‘Brita Niagara Now’ At Union Station, Toronto

Exploring Trauma, Gender, Belonging And Identity With Chantal Akerman At The Museum Of Contemporary Art

The two works by renowned filmmaker Chantal Akerman, In the Mirror (2007) and NOW (2015) speak to the issues that Akerman has explored throughout her career: trauma, gender, belonging and identity. Continue reading Exploring Trauma, Gender, Belonging And Identity With Chantal Akerman At The Museum Of Contemporary Art

Taking A Journey Into The Collective Subconscious With Basma Alsharif’s Exhibition At The Museum Of Contemporary Art

Basma Alsharif’s exhibition at MOCA intertwines four major works, each one presented as a staged setting. Using many different media, she takes us on journeys into the collective subconscious, exploring the tools we all use to understand the ghosts of history. Continue reading Taking A Journey Into The Collective Subconscious With Basma Alsharif’s Exhibition At The Museum Of Contemporary Art

Getting Over Winter With Apolonija Šušteršič’s ‘Light Therapy’ Room At The Museum Of Contemporary Art

The Light Therapy room at MOCA is filled with a generous amount of light to simulate a bright, sunny day. Exposure to light is used as a treatment for seasonal affective disorder (SAD), milder winter blues and sleep disorders caused by jet lag and overwork, or lack of daylight. Continue reading Getting Over Winter With Apolonija Šušteršič’s ‘Light Therapy’ Room At The Museum Of Contemporary Art

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Exploring Ai Weiwei: Unbroken At The Gardiner Museum, Toronto

Ai Weiwei: Unbroken at the Gardiner Museum, features iconic ceramic works,recent works in blue-and-white porcelain depicting the global refugee crisis, and objects in other media, that playfully subvert notions of traditional craftsmanship and Chinese cultural identity with pointedly political imagery. Continue reading Exploring Ai Weiwei: Unbroken At The Gardiner Museum, Toronto

Celebrating Toronto’s 185th Anniversary At Nathan Phillips Square

Torontorians were invited to Nathan Phillips Square March 9-10, to shop from local vendors, feast upon the diverse cuisines from Toronto based Food Trucks, and enjoy live music from Toronto based band, Gold Complex and DJ Caff, to help celebrate Toronto’s 185th anniversary. Continue reading Celebrating Toronto’s 185th Anniversary At Nathan Phillips Square

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An Evening At “Impressionism In The Age Of Industry: Monet, Pissarro And More” At The Art Gallery Of Ontario

In a groundbreaking first, Impressionism in the Age of Industry: Monet, Pissarro and more explores the Impressionists’ fascination with industry, technology, and labour during the rapid industrialization of Paris and France in the 1800s. Continue reading An Evening At “Impressionism In The Age Of Industry: Monet, Pissarro And More” At The Art Gallery Of Ontario

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An Evening Of Impressionism Themed Cocktails At AGO Bistro

Straightforward, simple and deliciously French; historians place the origins of the Parisian bistro in the same period as Impressionism. Inspired by this culinary tradition, AGO Bistro has created a delicious seasonal menu of French favourites and themed cocktails to match. Continue reading An Evening Of Impressionism Themed Cocktails At AGO Bistro