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The story of Flamenco is coming to a stage near you this summer

International flamenco music and dance ensemble, Fin de Fiesta Flamenco, will tour theatres and festivals across Canada beginning this month.


Charity Art Auction at Pacific Arts Market

OVER 50 LOCAL ARTISTS SUPPORT KIDS WITH ART CHARITY AUCTION JUNE 13TH AT PACIFIC ARTS MARKET

PACIFIC ARTS MARKET


ART for Cancer Foundation Announces A Strategic Collaboration with Artbarn School

ART for Cancer Foundation is pleased to announce an ART Bursary Program, offered in collaboration with Artbarn School.


Mississauga Arts Awards Finalists Announced

The Mississauga Arts Council is pleased to announce that after difficult deliberation, our jurors have released the names of all finalists selected for the 2019 Mississauga Arts Awards (the MARTYs) categories and the winners of the Creative Community Awards.


Palestinian musicians featured for the first time at Canadian Music Week

The Toronto Palestine Film Festival (TPFF) is proud to be partnering with Palestine Music Expo to showcasing the musical talents of Kallemi and Bashar Murad at Canadian Music Week (CMW). This is the first time that Palestinian musicians will be featured at a CMW festival.


The Late Toller Cranston, Iconic Canadian Artist and “Skater Of The Century” Celebrated With Toronto Exhibit of Little Seen Floral Paintings

Iconic Canadian skater, Toller Cranston's little seen floral paintings to be exhibited in Toronto, VIP and media launch on April 20.



#SoloMessiahProject - Vocal Chamber Music Concert with Piano

On Saturday, April 13, 2019, at 7:30 PM, Porgiamor Chamber Concerts presents guest soloists Lilac Caña (soprano), Victoria Borg (alto), Austin Larusson (baritone) along with YC Lee (tenor), Antonia de Wolfe (piano) to perform by memory the complete solo recitatives and arias from Messiah - George Frideric Handel.


APTN’S CAUTION: May Contain Nuts immerses fans in popular show with launch of VR comedy sketches

The first of its kind for APTN, CAUTION's production team is using 360-degree film technology to immerse viewers in six new sketches.


KayaPalat: Celebrating the Art of Storytelling

Kaya spirits launches a platform for youth storytellers as KayaPalat, get your best story ready with you and connect with us.


Art for Cancer Foundation (AFC) doubles the excitement with its Show within a Show

This year, Art for Cancer Foundation's acclaimed annual fundraiser, the Anonymous Art Show, has added a special new twist. For the second half of the exhibition's run, visitors will be treated to a Show within a Show, featuring another 25 larger paintings created by a dozen of the professional artists who are also participating in the Anonymous Art Show.


Norine Braun Releases Through Train Windows

Norine Braun releases her lush bluesy roots rock album Through Train Windows inspired by her recent cross Canada Riding the Rails tour.


Marginalized youth showcase their new entrepreneurial skills at SKETCH Holiday MarketPlace

SKETCH, a non-profit community-arts initiative engaging homeless and marginalized youth through the arts, is proud to launch the SKETCH Holiday MarketPlace Thursday, December 6, 2018, from 4pm to 9pm. Over 30 youth with newfound know-how in marketing and branding through SKETCH's pilot Vending Program will be selling their one-of-a-kind creations to eager holiday shoppers.


Art For Cancer’s 2018 Anonymous Art Show is the season’s most novel and fun-filled art exhibit

The Anonymous Art Show, Art for Cancer Foundation's (AFC) major annual fundraiser continues to delight Toronto art enthusiasts and collectors for the fourth straight year.


Artist Brings Modern Eclecticism to Cornwall and the World

Cornwall, Ontario artist Carl Parker is taking the art world by storm doing what he does best, his own thing. While mastering any one style of painting is an astonishing achievement, this self taught artist has mastered several, including impressionism, abstract expressionism, realism and surrealism, and combines them all seamlessly to create thought provoking and emotionally evocative works of art. He calls this style Modern Eclecticism, borrowing the latter term mainly from the fields of architecture and philosophy, adding the former to emphasize the contemporary look and feel of his pieces. Having shown is work in Paris, Florence, Toronto, Calgary and the Maritimes, this is the artist to watch.

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