Our family has been happily preoccupied for the last month with a college graduation, and the travel it involved. I’ve been reflecting on the fun – and the sanctity – of graduation, which brought to mind best-selling author Neil Gaiman’s viral commencement address at the University of the […]
Kate McQuillen (Shoe Bomber, above and below) is on exhibit at an OCAD University exhibition at the Open Gallery in Toronto March 31 to April 4.
This series by Gene Mastrangeli was inspired by an anti-graffiti by-law put into effect in Toronto. He’s on exhibition at convenience, a window gallery for experimental urban and civic art.
Norwegian artist Kjetil Jul paints the gritty details of the skateboarding world in these oil- and eggoiltempera paintings from his series Street Scenes.
These are moccasin vamps. More than 1,700 have been created around kitchen tables and at beading circles for Walking With our Sisters, a traveling, commemorative art project to draw attention to the hundreds of native women in Canada murdered or missing in the last 20 years.
Toronto subways, Edmonton transit and malls in major cities carry poems on screens this month apologizing for just about everything, including modern art, politics, and even sleeping.