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The Bata Shoe Museum’s newest exhibition examines how power and class divisions evolved during the 18th century through footwear.
Summer is officially here and live performances are slowly returning. We spoke with Canadian Stage Artistic Director Brendan Healy about what to expect from this year’s Dream in High Park and we selected a few other must-see performances.
We spoke with two core members of the Toronto collective Blackness Yes! about the history and future of their iconic annual Pride event, Blockorama.
Montréal’s first Indigenous artist-run centre opens its doors with an exciting line-up of exhibitions.
Delayed by COVID-19, four winning public art installations spring to life in Toronto’s Distillery District.
Learn about five must-read art books at Glad Day Bookshop, Canada’s first queer bookstore—and the longest surviving in the world.
As we look ahead to Pride Month, here’s a round-up of celebrations from the world of art and culture.
We spoke to Weyni Mengesha, Soulpepper Theatre Company’s Artistic Director, to discuss Around the World in 80 Plays, a forward-thinking, immersive theatre experience like no other.