What does a busy, tired, 52-year-old poet with three teens and a mortgage want from an art show? Works that are also in transition, perhaps.
This week, the New Brunswick Arts Board faced major funding cuts, Marshall McLuhan’s home was revamped as a museum and Nelson Henricks was lauded.
Drake is no stranger to the art world—but he’s seldom been in official public art. That ends May 1, when Contact launches a @UofTDrizzy poster project.
A Toronto performance by Radiodress (aka Reena Katz) expands the Jewish tradition of mikvah by offering ritual healing baths to queer and trans individuals.
Camera obscura tech may be ancient, but its sculptural possibilities keep it a favourite of some artists. Giant gold nugget as imaging device? No problem.