Sunday, August 7, 2022

Tag: ART

The best of the best gather ’round

If you happened to be walking around the CCT atrium at 6 p.m. last Friday, you would have been greeted by a jazz trio...

Mississauga talent spreads to Toronto

Where do artists trying to establish themselves and their work go to get recognition? Tucked away in a little corner on Richmond Street, Trinity...

The politics of participation in art

Students gathered in the CCT Building to hear professor and published author Alexander García Düttman discuss the nature of participation in art.

The weightlessness of the world

Printmaking iconoclasts take over the Blackwood Gallery with 3D paper installations.

Gearing up for ArtsFest

The ART’s mandate is to help students express their talents and passions through campus-wide and student-run events.

Kaleidoscopic Ken Jacobs at UTM

This past Friday night, lecture hall IB245 was transformed. With a diverse audience on hand (a combination of  students and various members of the...

Avant-garde opening at the AGO

The AGO has not only acquired the entire General Idea: Haute Couture exhibition that debuted at the French art space earlier this year, but most recently the AGO also became home to a collection of 118 works that make up the highly anticipated, limited-time exhibition Chagall and the Russian Avante-Garde.

Nuit Blanche: Darren Savage talks to the people

It’s 4:57 a.m. Nothing went according to plan. Everything is over. People have gone home. Mere hours ago the streets of Toronto were teeming with people eager to take in a night of art in the city during Nuit Blanche.

Nuit Blanche: Lori-Lee Emshey hits the major hotspots

UTM did not anticipate the popularity of Nuit Blanche—an all-night, interactive art festival now in its sixth year—among its students.

Blackwood Gallery hosts graduate art exhibition

There is talent all over UTM, but it’s possible to find it conveniently concentrated in one space at the Blackwood Gallery this month during...

Does our culture value art?

I took my dad to a blues and jazz bar last week. We got there, had a couple of drinks, and listened to the...

No more boring art

From September 11 to November 28, the Blackwood Gallery will be home to a portion of Traffic: Conceptual Art in Canada: 1965-1980, which includes...

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