Looking for something to do this holiday season other than getting drunk on rum and eggnogs? From now until December 30, The Gladstone Hotel will feature awkward family portraits that will make you feel better about any of those special...
If you find the idea of visiting the museum to be a dull and lackluster experience, then you haven’t been to the Glenbow lately. ‘Worn To Be Wild’ is anything but boring, paying tribute to one of the sexiest and most iconic things in our collective fashion conscious: the leather jacket
It doesn’t matter if you’re a David Cronenberg fan (although you should be). It doesn’t matter if you’re not even sure who he is (we’re about to remedy that one anyway). All that matters is that you like movies in any way, shape, or form
Just in time for Halloween weekend, Toronto-based artist Tyler Amrstrong will reveal a new body of work that will transform the concept of nostalgia and excite the nerves. Here's why you should check it out
Your Saturday morning sure looks a lot different right now than it did in the 1980s, doesn’t it? Now, you can revisit these days as Toronto-based artist Jessica Gorlicky, or Jessgo, as she is better known, offers a relatable blast from the past with a nostalgic collection of 95 new works that celebrate the simple joys of Saturday mornings back in the day
Tyler Tilley is the co-founder (along with his two siblings) of Next Level Art Collective and co-owner of Parkdale’s Goodfellas Gallery and has been experimenting with art his entire life. But it wasn’t until his mid 20s that art went from an outlet, to a passion, to a career
The Stephen Bulger Gallery recently hosted the opening for the first Canadian exhibition of photographs by Vivian Maier, "Out of the Shadows," featuring a selection of Maier's photographs from the 1950s through the 1970s. A must-see, to say the least
California born, Colorado bred and New Yorker since 1992, Joshua Davis is an artist, designer, and technologist. Davis attended the Pratt Institute in the early 90s, gaining a background in fine arts, graphic design and programming, the combination of which lends to his innovative work where he marries creative and analytical concepts to produce stunning patterns that are definitely reflected in his new Toronto exhibition, The Forty Thieves