From November 14 to 18, Malcolm Cecil’s monster synthesizer creation will be in the spotlight during TONTO Week at NMC’s Studio Bell.
An interactive map that illuminates Indigenous territory; the lobster emoji takes on new meaning.
Artist Vern Simpson, creator of the Gassy Jack statue, reflects on his life in art and how it feels to return to the character with the new Gassy Jack II.
These exhibitions have taken art out of its hallowed halls and into temporary spaces specifically designed to be shared via the rectangular window of your cell phone.
The secret to restaurant-level salad; a weekend at witch camp; this month’s must-see celestial events.
The Vancouver-based musician opens up about domesticity, honesty, and musical re-emergence as he releases his new album More or Less.
In addition to pinning poppies on jacket lapels this November, Canadians can pay their respects by visiting the Canadian War Museum’s new exhibition.
Curators and staff worked with a panel of 24 Indigenous advisors to reopen the new iteration of the museum.
The three-day celebration, which lasts from October 31 to November 2, is a Mexican tradition that goes back some 3,000 years and stems from the idea that relatives and friends who have passed get to come back for an annual visit.