Profile of Joan Sullivan

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  • ‘New Works’ reveal a different world

    An exhibition that conjures up images or echoes of fairy tales, Marc Chagall’s avant-gardism and Terry Sawchuk has got something very deep and ...

  • Short solos share elements, take different tacks

    The Festival of New Dance’s fourth program opened in the early evening with two short solos: Catherine Wright’s “Where My Soul Fits In” and ...

  • Performer astounding in ‘Cible de Dieu’

    The second night of the Festival of New Dance launched with a piece that reinforced what the event is all about. Its program can include a type ...

  • Festival of New Dance opens with flair, colour

    The 21st Festival of New Dance opened Tuesday night with flourish and a full house at the Resource Centre for the Arts. The first part of the ...

  • Flocks of fantasy

    “Bestiary” is a group exhibition of eight artists gathered around the theme of animals. The title also means “a compendium of beasts” and dates ...

  • Double show at the Leyton showcases two artists’ differing visions in oils

    Sue Miller’s “Coastal Affair” and Iakov Afanassiev’s “Purgation of Superfluities” are an exciting and informed contrast in what can be wrought ...

  • New era unveiled

    When Christina Parker first started representing artists, her working space was portable. She had one client, Scott Goudie, who had called and ...

  • New exhibit: ‘Summer Dreams’

    “Summer Dreams” is a solo show of 15 new acrylic paintings from Toby Rabinowitz. They feature what we have come to see as her idiosyncratic ...

  • Artists inspired by outdoors

    A visual artist looks at the world, and then wields that vision into form. They use their sight, and their insight, to craft their observation ...

  • Running through Paris

    Can you run in Paris? It was early last summer when I began planning a dream trip — a week in Paris. The date was late April, the plane tickets ...