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South Asian artists use social media for art representation
With the rise of social media as a platform for artists to showcase their work, South Asian artists are using it more to spread awareness about their distinctive creations. South Asian art includes work from countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and many other places. Despite their historical... Read more
Wrence Trinidad: Anime as a boundless art form
Wrence is an aspiring entertainment and video game writer. Two years ago, after earning an advanced diploma, he decided to transfer into Humber’s journalism degree program and couldn’t be happier with the outcome. For his thesis, he wanted to share his love for anime in a journalistic sense. Anime as a... Read more
Toronto’s newest art space: Head to the CNE
Toronto’s latest gallery, Withrow Common, opened with a splash with its inaugural art exhibition: about Canada’s relationship with its Indigenous Peoples. Looking Forward, Looking Back: A Visual Exploration of Canada’s Relationship with its Indigenous People had its grand opening on Feb. 10. The art exhibit features the historical and current... Read more
Art by the Beaches
Below is a photo gallery of the art installations at the Winter Stations Design Competition at Woodbine Beach in Toronto. This is the third year for the competition which allows everyone and anyone to be a part of it as long as the deadlines and rules are met. The... Read more
Exploring the art of light in the Distillery District
  The cobblestone streets of Toronto’s Distillery district are looking at light in a new way. They’re transforming light into art. Light’s illuminating every corridor in the district. The Toronto Light Fest has transformed the Distillery District into an interactive exploration of light art. The Light Fest includes art... Read more