With bonus potatoes!
Stephanie Avery Jul. 24th, 9:00 am
Exploring the landscape of the Americas from top to bottom.
Jamie Bradburn Jun. 17th, 10:40 am
Seven residents of Homes First shelters and housing have been nominated for a bursary recognizing their visual art, music, and crafting.
Peter Goffin May. 13th, 3:00 pm
Back for a third year, Grow Op invites urbanites consider the interaction between natural and built environments.
Jessica Bloom • Photos courtesy of Grow Op.Apr. 23rd, 2:20 pm
Helping to make corporate Toronto a little more beautiful.
Kaitlyn Kochany • Photo by Giordano CiampiniApr. 2nd, 12:00 pm
Reality TV has nothing on this.
Stephanie Avery Mar. 13th, 10:00 am
A temporary waterfront exhibition gives life to unused lifeguard stations.
Kelli Korducki Feb. 17th, 1:45 pm
A legendary DJ paid tribute to a legendary artist at the AGO's First Thursday.
David Hains • Photos by Giordano CiampiniFeb. 6th, 1:54 pm
Art for everyone!
Stephanie Avery Dec. 12th, 9:35 am
Local graphic designer Chris Thomas brought his Hood Times—complete with tiny trash bags and tiny abandoned mattresses—to Goodfellas Gallery.
Kevin Jones • Photos by Kevin JonesDec. 1st, 1:00 pm
Letterforms become visual art at Swash & Serif, on now at the Black Cat Gallery.
Michael Fraiman Nov. 14th, 2:30 pm
Through eclectic curating and collaboration, this new Dundas West art shop is doing things differently.
Kaitlin Wright • Photos by Corbin SmithOct. 28th, 1:50 pm
A new exhibit offers a glimpse at the frustrations and triumphs of the great artist.
Mark Kay • Photos by Corbin SmithOct. 15th, 11:15 am
Some reflections on the highlights and lowlights of Saturday's all-night contemporary art party.
Carly Maga Oct. 6th, 3:00 pm
Two programmers of Nuit Blanche talk about the real reason millions of people take to the street—the art.
Carly Maga Oct. 3rd, 1:40 pm
Focus on the the art, not the ride home. Here's how to navigate the chaos properly.
Jamie Bradburn Sep. 30th, 4:08 pm
This year's Nuit Blanche promises a whole lot of semi-secret, off-program art and events.
Torontoist Sep. 30th, 3:37 pm
They weren't commissioned, but these indie projects are well worth checking out.
A look back at a moment in history when the young then-activist took David Peterson to task.
Almost a year after its originally proposed opening, Billy Bishop's underwater tunnel is here. For you. For me. For us all.
We talk with a sex therapist about what it takes to resolve people's most intimate concerns.
It's airport tunnel day! Happy airport tunnel day! In the news: police are investigating a small shower of concrete chunks at Yonge-Dundas Square, the Billy Bishop airport tunnel finally (finally!) opens, and Jilly's gets stripped.
Streetcar manufacturer Bombardier commits to new schedule after missing previous deadlines.