Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Mexican Modernism: The Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection gives the viewer the rare opportunity of seeing this collection in one space, providing insight into the works of these renowned artists, where life imitates art and art is life.
This year chocolatiers and pastry chefs in Canada have a whole new flavour variation and gorgeous colour to craft in, with the introduction of RB1 couverture—or “the fourth kind of chocolate”—ruby.
Shelley’s horrifying Gothic thriller leaps off the page and onto the stage with Alberta Ballet’s highly anticipated world premiere of Frankenstein.
This exhibit is an exploration of the everyday, focusing on the Impressionists through the lens of the Industrial Revolution and its aftermath.
Through a vibrant display of Delacroix’s work, this exhibition is a stunning homage to one of the most influential artists of the 19th century.
An insightful look at the endlessly fascinating woman behind the art.
Always fascinated by flowers, Moralioglu was in his element for this collaboration.
A retrospective dedicated to the Quebec City-born master silversmith launches at the National Gallery of Canada.
Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal’s new dance production pays homage to the late Leonard Cohen.
An exhibition of one of Canada’s most celebrated modernist painters.
The former Food Network Canada host Laura Calder offers straightforward advice when it comes to homemaking.
From June 30 to October 15, MosaïCanada 150/Gatineau 2017, a display of master topiaries, will welcome guests at Jacques-Cartier Park, Quebec.
With its playful celebration of childhood fantasies, audiences may wonder if Whipped Cream will become the next holiday classic.
A ballet-orchestral performance that brings together three of Canada’s most important dance companies.