Art Toronto is back

Canada’s premier art fair returns October 29 with a hybrid presentation: in-person at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and online with a new digital platform.

Ballet moves

Co-presenters of Art Beyond Borders, artists from Ballet Jörgen will teach movement, wellness and storytelling through dance as part of AGO Virtual School sessions.

An Epic visit

Two groups of seniors from Toronto’s Caribbean community recently visited Fragments of Epic Memory for guided tours. We asked them about their experience.

Chemical reactions

For a brief period at the end of the 1970s, Andy Warhol used paintings made with urine to push the envelope of what can be considered art. We uncover the story behind Oxidation Painting (1978).

Her way between things

Sandra Meigs marks a new chapter with her first book, a revealing portrait of her life and work to date.

Quiz alert

Test your knowledge of one of the world’s oldest and rarest colours – blue

ICYMI: The spirit of whalebone

In case you missed it, take a look at the extraordinary whalebone carvings of Inuit sculptor Karoo Ashevak, on view now on Level 2 in the Samuel & Esther Sarick Gallery until December 5.

Shots fired at The Factory

On June 3, 1968, feminist writer Valerie Solanas tried to kill Andy Warhol, and almost succeeded.

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