At age 10, Stéphane Tétreault self-identified as a “cello warrior”, including the phrase in his very first e-mail address. Today, at 25, he still sees himself that way.
This exhibit is an exploration of the everyday, focusing on the Impressionists through the lens of the Industrial Revolution and its aftermath.
For its 2019 programming the Vancouver International Dance Festival (VIDF) is presenting a diverse, eclectic collection of pieces from Vancouver as well as around the world.
The Tanenbaums’ collection is history captured at its most intimate and most monumental, and it’s at Ryerson for all to see.
Comprised of five individual sculptures, the new body of work continues Low’s research into materials and objects prior to the Industrial Revolution.
The musical phenomenon that is soprano Sarah Brightman has embarked on yet another world tour. In celebration of her latest studio album, Hymn , she is will visit her legion of fans in three Canadian cities.
Entering its 15th year of production, Vancouver’s PuSh International Performing Arts Festival has a simple message this year: gratitude.
The new museum is built in the very place where a scenic, snow-covered chase scene occurred in 2015’s Spectre, starring Daniel Craig.
Chicago has earned its place as cultural kingpin—artistic offerings here are not only top-tier, but they come widely varied in medium.