This week, as part of Notable’s ongoing Art 101 feature, our team has decided to go beyond popular works and discover the lives of the artists behind them. However, this is not your typical biography compilation: The following profiles contain...
Modern art is probably the most sought after and recognized in todayâ€™s art market. Not only can it spice up a room, but it sparks a cultured debate around whether a paintingâ€™s lines mean happiness or despair. Chosen accordingly to hot topics, it is important to know the ins and outs of each term before adding each to your conversational arsenal.
In this week's column, our style expert Hannah Yakobi shares all about The Tutu Project by the National Ballet of Canada that combines style, creativity and a real flair of art. Here's why you should definitely check it out
Incase you skipped art class throughout high school or have been forced to take interest through constant museum visits in your YP life, here's a quick rundown that will make you a superstar in an on-the-spot conversation about art
Think about the world stage; politics, government, law, medicine, education, international relations. In these fields of endeavors, have individuals been inspired by art to think outside of the box? Artistic awareness might rank right up there with golf and tennis in terms of influential networking
We hung out in the lobby of Vancouver's Four Seasons this past weekend to check out contemporary artist ZoÃ« Pawlak hard at work as part of the Artist in Residence Program. The opportunity came at just the right time for ZoÃ« as she prepares for her first show in four years
After attending one of the most colourful and artistic events of the year â€“ |FAT| Arts & Fashion Week â€“ our fashion expert Hannah Yakobi relives the event and covers all of the notable highlights in her latest column
Traditional telephone booths have become a thing of the past as a result of ever-emerging communications technology and will likely become obsolete in the near future. Unless there's a way to save them â€“ not by using them for the original purpose, but through art