The Canadian premiere of the biopic featuring Sally Hawkins as the iconic Nova Scotia folk artist will take place September 12 in Toronto.
Last week, the government of Ontario announced its first-ever culture strategy. It’s a big step forward—but there’s still a ways to go.
Dayna McLeod speaks about the grand opening of her Uterine Concert Hall, a small but “flexible and expandable” venue that wittily critiques sexism and bias.
In the mid-1980s, Calgary had 18 gay restaurants, bars, baths and cafes. By 2014, there were only three. Artists Kegan McFadden and Mark Clintberg discuss.
Gesche Joost, a designer and advisor to the EU, chats in Toronto about ways to fight the growing digital divide and create a more inclusive tech future.
On June 29, the National Gallery of Canada hosted to the North American Leaders’ Summit. Here’s some art that the presidents and PM saw.
Who gets the Heritage Minister’s ear during “a sweeping review of Canada’s cultural policies”? Not, it seems, experts in visual and literary arts.