Posts Filed Under: art
Letterforms become visual art at Swash & Serif, on now at the Black Cat Gallery.
Through eclectic curating and collaboration, this new Dundas West art shop is doing things differently.
A new exhibit offers a glimpse at the frustrations and triumphs of the great artist.
Some reflections on the highlights and lowlights of Saturday's all-night contemporary art party.
Two programmers of Nuit Blanche talk about the real reason millions of people take to the street—the art.
Focus on the the art, not the ride home. Here's how to navigate the chaos properly.
This year's Nuit Blanche promises a whole lot of semi-secret, off-program art and events.
They weren't commissioned, but these indie projects are well worth checking out.
Area: in and around Nathan Phillips Square and Toronto City Hall.
Area: Fort York Boulevard between Spadina and Strachan avenues.
Area: Roundhouse Park/Bremner Boulevard.
Area: in and around Spadina Avenue, University Avenue, and Chinatown.
The all-night art street party returns with 120 art projects aimed at inspiring curiosity, wonder, and some audience participation.
AGO's new exhibition of one of Canada's most prolific artists explores the roots of Colville's inspiration—and the inspiration he's been for others.
From kitschy nostalgia to Group of Seven artwork, a look back at more than a century of CNE posters.
Jack Reppen pulls double duty as a cartoonist and a "serious" artist.
Toronto through the years, as seen from above.
Members of the Regent Park community design and paint large-scale art works for the neighbourhood.