An art project aims to provide healing and support leading up to the 3-year anniversary of the pandemic at which point it will be ceremonially burned.
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The painting by Indigenous artist Philip Cote was officially unveiled — not that you can see it just yet.
TMU officially unveils third Indigenous public art piece.
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The Gallery of Little Big Things showcases Canada’s 55-year history with the fast-food giant.
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Blen Anteneh has wanted to be an entrepreneur for as long as she can remember. “That was always the end goal,” she told On The Record, “even if I was…
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On the Record – Ep.4 – Can Toronto Artists Leverage the Pandemic to Make the Industry More Liveable?
In this episode of On the Record we spoke to Toronto artists, arts workers and a mental health counsellor to discuss the fragile state of the art scene in Toronto and what needs to be done to save it.
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Art therapy can alleviate stress and perfectionist tendencies with mindful and intentional practice
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Messiness and imperfection are the keystones of this craft
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The pair of authors hosted the #StoriesSparkChange event over Zoom