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  • Dance festival wraps up

    The 20th Festival of New Dance’s closing program was steeped in local theme, accent and pedigree, with the cast, creators and often the material ...

  • New Dance festival’s fourth program opens with ‘kor’e-o’lis’

    The fourth program of the 20th Festival of New Dance opened last night with “kor’e-o’lis,” a duet choreographed by Andrea Tucker and performed by ...

  • Solo dance opens festival program

    The second program of the Neighbourhood Dance Works festival opened off-site, at the Cochrane Street United Church, where “as it is,” ...

  • The world according to Roy

    Whatever their original titles, Jean Claude Roy’s exhibitions could probably all be subtitled “en plain air.” That is how he works, in the open, ...

  • Exhibits continue at The Leyton Gallery of Fine Art until Sept.25

    A group exhibition titled “Interiors” suggests it is open to anything. In terms of strict art definition, an interior means a representational ...

  • ‘Broken Accidents’

    “Broken Accidents” has an interesting pedigree for a dance piece. Distilled from a collection of short stories by Philip Arima, it was adapted by ...

  • Girardin’s international encounters

    In a brief artist’s statement, titled “Why do I paint?,” Girardin writes that he is taken by, even obsessed with, “the subtlety of lights of our ...

  • Wax on

    Not so much a theme exhibit as a collective display of the gallery, "Our Annual Summer Show" at The Leyton Gallery includes paintings, prints, ...

  • Artists look outdoors

    These are two separate, concurrent exhibitions, as opposed to a duet of visual artists composed around a theme. And "Reading A Garden," Margaret ...

  • Instantly recognizable

    The art of Conrad Furey is instantly recognizable: the Expressionistic curvature of the figures, the deliberately naÏve arrangements of colour ...