If you’re in Montreal and haven’t yet checked out Impulse, this urban installation located at the Place des Festivals offers the opportunity to get in touch with your playful side in a harmonious and interactive winter playground. Continue reading
Toronto’s Distillery District Christmas Market lived up to yet another successful year filled with traditional winter festivities, delicious treats, and holiday cheer. From November 20th to December 20th, visitors from both near and afar came to partake in a wide range of activities and sightseeing opportunities in the historic district. At night, the market transformed into a festival of lights where one could enjoy a ride on the ferris wheel to catch a glimpse from a birds eye view, or savour a hot mulled wine by the fire.
The following is an interview with Toronto dancer, Bo Lam, who finds constant inspiration in occupation of city space through diverse artistic endeavours. Continue reading
My Prime Minister Embarrasses Me, Pascal Paquette / Ellyn Walker (2015)
In light of Canada’s federal election, artist Lisa Klapstock gained momentum at her collaborative exhibition, VOTE, which hosted a collection of reflective, throught-provoking text-based installations by Canadian artists and designers.
Eco-Art-Fest is a hidden gem tucked away in the historic Tormorden Mills site along the Don River in Toronto. Located within a 15-minute walk of Broadview Station, the festival first opened its doors to the public on June 20th and will remain open on weekends throughout the summer until fall 2015.