Electronic trip-hop singer-songwriter Iskwé (pronounced “iss-kway”) is finding her music is sparking conversation.
The singer-songwriter, whose allure has been impervious to the passage of time, endures as indie pop’s warrior princess.
The 85-year-old artist’s exhibition invites audience participation to complete its message of social activism.
The New Yorker essayist Adam Gopnik meditates on Manhattan, marriage, and a life of letters.
The Japanese contemporary artist makes his Canadian debut.
Born in Egypt and raised in Lebanon, the Vancouver-based artist relays messages of diaspora, community, and connection through her sculptures.
“Positioning Black contemporary art in the core of the ROM is a gesture of establishing presence…”
The Kelowna artist uses money to craft unorthodox animal forms and busts.
Books by Maggie Nelson and Jonathan B. Losos.