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  • 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 ...

  • Teacher 'gilds lily' for exhibit

    Krista van Nostrand brings two distinct passions to her artwork. One is her skill with watercolour and the other is her interest in the stories ...

  • Artist captures essence of still life

    Still life paintings of fruit go back to ancient times, and they have always been a popular genre. They were once thought to be a way to kind of ...