When The Weather’s A Beach

Last weekend’s blizzard in the Canadian Arctic inspired a group of friends to tropic like its hot in a short video. While most sensible Nunavummiut were huddled up inside blankets eating “blizzard chips” last weekend, or watching through frosty windows as the wind and snow ravaged the street signs outside, a group of five friends…

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A Five-Storey Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Hits Toronto in May

The multimedia art show will be housed in a former Toronto Star printing plant. Starting in May, the familiar, trippy and swirled starry night by Vincent Van Gogh will be laid out at your feet. Visitors of the new Immersive Van Gogh Exhibition to be launched in Toronto this spring will be able to walk…

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Shading In Maud Lewis

In 2017, one of her paintings was found in a New Hamburg, Ontario thrift store bin. It was then appraised, exhibited and auctioned off for $45,000. Much like that painting, Maud Lewis – now one of Canada’s treasured outsider folk artists – lived a long life of being undervalued and abandoned before she was prized…

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