New art exhibit at Humber features art from Nuit Blanche
Audio text: In today’s art news, Humber College presents Wagari: Dabiyil, Biram – Vessel: Water and Sky exhibit or the Carmichael exhibit. This exhibit displays the commissioned cyanotype textile created by Sonja, Elisa Jane and Freja Carmichael for Nuit Blanche. The art piece was one of the commissioned arts... Read more
Different artists’ opinions on how AI art should be used
Digital technology evolves continuously over time. The first computer invention in 1937, which was used to solve systems of linear equations, has evolved to computers that can be used for anything other than solving equations. Artificial Intelligence art was first used in 1973 when a program was developed where... Read more
Nuit Blanche’s Etobicoke hub
will be Humber’s Lakeshore Campus
Nuit Blanche, Toronto’s nightlong celebration of contemporary art and culture, returns to in-person exhibitions on Oct. 1, and Humber College’s Lakeshore Campus is designated to be the event’s first-ever Etobicoke hub. This designation comes as city officials expand Nuit Blanche beyond Toronto’s downtown core and into the greater Toronto... Read more
LGIC returns to in-person exhibits, with a pop
TORONTO – The curatorial team at Humber College’s Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre (LGIC) has returned to hosting in-person exhibits at the campus’ Welcome Centre after two years. Since February 2020, the LGIC had shifted their exhibits to a virtual format due to the pandemic. They have returned with an... Read more
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
Korean film Minari makes Hollywood buzz
as award season begins

Reuters journalist Jill Serjeant reports on Minari, the new South-Korean film that is garnering worldwide attention. Minari is quite different than Parasite, which won Best Picture at the 2020 Oscars. The film stars The Walking Dead actor Steven Yeun and has been nominated for Best Foreign Picture at the Golden Globes.

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Churchill painting gifted to FDR set for  Christie’s auction block

Reuters journalist Will Russell reports that a 1943 wartime painting by British prime minister Winston Churchill is up for auction. The artwork was a gift for U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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Humber students attend Toronto Light Festival
By Luka Tskhadaia Humber students join the celebration at the opening night of 2020 Toronto Light Festival on Friday, January 17. Taking place at The Distillery District, the 4th annual festival will run until March 1, 2020. The open-air exhibition presents installations by a variety of not only Canadian... Read more
Humber Film & Media student talks about her short film debut at The Assembly Hall
Humber Film & Media students present their work at The Assembly Hall on Jan. 10. Yulia Rakhimova, 19, one of the directors sat down with Skedline reporter Luka Tskhadaia to discuss the creative process and share some of the behind the scenes experiences of making her drama piece “Elsenstraße... Read more
How Toronto International Film Festival welcomed Humber College students
By Luka Tskhadaia The 44th Toronto International Film Festival came to its official end on Sep. 15. It showed over 300 screenings from 80 different countries to the world and students from Humber College’s Film & Media Production program have had a hand in some of them. One of... Read more