The tale of Orpheus underpins Robert Lepage's brilliant theatrical production Needles and Opium, playing in Toronto this week.
arts and culture
Travelling re-cemented Surendra's Lawoti bond to his homeland and triggered a process of examination, culminating in a series of photographs that chronicle Nepal's struggle to become a democracy.
Robert Redford's latest film "All is Lost" asks: how does a man survive when he loses all of the illusions and accoutrements that keep him afloat?
North Vancouver unveils the 100 ft wide mural 'Word to Your Motherland' that fuses hip-hop with the cultures of the participating artists and pays respect to diverse roots.
In an age like ours, where crass, self-seeking behaviour by the rich and mighty is more overt than it once was, a sense of vile underlying impulses may grow even stronger.
Artist Kate McQuillen's work "Backscatter" was triggered by stories she read in 2012 about the extent of the U.S. government's wiretapping program.
Nov 10, 2013
First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto
175 St. Clair Avenue West CanadaToronto , ON
Canada43° 41' 10.4748" N, 79° 24' 9.378" W
Canadian Voice of Women for Peace presents a special night with the classical pianist Piette Jasmin.
Police kettling can be traced back to the military tactic of encirclement, according to Scott Sørli, who researched the idea and has collected photographs of police kettling from around the world.
Jul 19, 2013 to Jul 21, 2013
ParkdaleToronto , ON
Canada43° 38' 37.7952" N, 79° 26' 33.1224" W
The Parkdale Film + Video Showcase is an eclectic showcase of film, video and media art by artists who live and/or work in Toronto’s dynamic Parkdale community.
Clay & Paper Theatre invites you to the 11th annual Day of Delight: A Toronto celebration of Love, Courtship and Desire outdoors in lush and beautiful Dufferin Grove Park.