Posts Filed Under: Luminato
Nominated for: losing their community's trust.
Are you tired yet? Tough. Grab a coffee and get back in the pit.
Within each tent, creative approaches to the stories of those who lived through the War of 1812.
Street artist Dan Bergeron uses repurposed condo-ad boards to create a series of sculptures for /// Re-ply \\\.
From now until Sunday, take part in a group cook via a mobile kitchen inspired by the sad state of Toronto's street vendor offerings.
Has the United States yearned for the Great White North since the War of 1812?
In today's Urban Planner: A march for First Nations children, a party for Praxis, a reading from Gloria Vanderbilt, some newsmaking comedy at the Alt. Dot, and Luminato continues.
If you're hoping to be driven crazy with curiosity this weekend, this British mentalist has got the show for you.
Happening today: Luminato launches its festival, the Script Scrap Project launches new plays, Asiansploitation launches off the deep end, and the Chic-A-Boom Room launches Electronic Cabaret.
Wondering what to check out at the sprawling art-fest? Wonder no more.
There's nothing like Wednesday to put a mean spring in your step. Whatever that means. So anyway: Rob Ford goes all "next election" on our asses; more (potential) scandal for the TCHC; low-income families continue to get screwed over; municipalities near Toronto want us to stop using them as dumping grounds; and Luminato loses provincial funding as part of the 2012 budget.
Stories of civilians who lived through the War of 1812 will be turned into a giant art installation for Luminato.
The sixth annual "festival of creativity" announces its plans.