We sat down with Itamar Erez in a steamy Vancouver coffee shop to talk about his new album, his return to this city, the many collaborations and tours he has on the horizon, and the potential for music to soothe the wounds of geopolitical and sectarian strife in the Middle East.
Art After Stonewall: 1969–1989, curated by Weinberg with the Columbus Museum of Art, has moved from New York City (where it premiered this spring) to Miami, where it will headline Art Basel Miami.
Toronto is going to get waves of cool when a new art festival debuts, one that connects the city, visual and performing arts, and Lake Ontario.
I thought it might be interesting to find one anecdote to best encapsulate the strange life of William Seabrook. But, then, his life was so full of incident and he knew so many of the kind of people who are ornaments to any reminiscence that it seemed too daunting a task.
With an agile and impressive mind, the nonagenarian remains artistically productive well into old age.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Richard Myrle Buckley, a former logger, was not only decades outside his time, he was untamable and unclassifiable. Some other way lies fame and fortune, his way lies legend.
In advance of the world premiere of Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band at the Toronto International Film Festival, the Canadian music legend returns to his hometown.
This fall we are reading two Guggenheim recipients’ collections of short stories that cut to the heart of the world we’re living in.
Stranger than fiction? Movies about real-life people and events look ready to steal the spotlight at the 44th Toronto International Film Festival. Here, the 9 films to make time for at TIFF 2019.