Archive for 'Kelli Korducki'
The OCADU Student Gallery co-ordinators talk about giving a voice to the city's emerging artists.
A leading local voice on sex positivity talks about how her personal awakening became her career.
The city's top fairness enforcer discusses the nitty-gritty of her high-profile job.
A Harlequin diva talks about what it's like to write romance.
Who in Toronto is going to be huge in 2013? Here are our educated guesses.
The AGO's conservator of contemporary and Inuit art talks art, science, and giant hamburger sculptures.
A labour coach and educator talks about babies, births, and what it's like to support women for a living.
This edition of Declassifed examines (erotic?) hair-washers, drink-spillers, essay non-writers and more.
On the journey from mere comics geek to bona fide comics king.
This edition of Declassified celebrates collections and secretions.
Meet a woman who knows how to catch a snow leopard by the tail.
After 39 years, the feminist bookseller is shutting its doors.
Heritage defenders, once again, ask the City to give Mies a chance.
Juno-nominated musician brings classical training to folk, rock, and Brazilian fusion.
The multi-disciplinary artist bridges fashion, art, and puppetry to build works all her own.
A ceramics artist, a woodworker, and a knifemaker join forces to bring Canadian craft back to the gift shop.
In this edition of the things we declass: love, lust, and the number of fun that comes right after one.
The bad boy of Canadian fashion does it his own way.