Praxis Theatre’s Civil Debates
Praxis Theatre has never separated politics from its art, and in its new Civil Debates series, staged in partnership with the Theatre Centre, it’s embracing that—and inviting some distinguished and passionate guests to opine on hot-button topics. On April 1, the topic is arts boards (something we wrote a lot about in 2012).
On May 2, the issue at hand will be the Idle No More movement.
The second installment, originally scheduled for May 2, has been postponed indefinitely.
I Thought There Were Limits
When’s the last time you attempted to reconceptualize the dimensions of space? If it’s been a while, you might consider checking out a new exhibition called I Thought There Were Limits, which aims to do just that. This particular exhibit is unique in that the artwork forms a relationship with the site itself (in this case, the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery). The work on display is brought to you by curator Julia Abraham (as part of the MVS degree in Curatorial Studies at the University of Toronto). The artists include Karen Henderson, Yam Lau, Gordon Lebredt, Kika Thorne, and Josh Thorpe.