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    Summerworks Festival 2014

    Wednesday, 06 August 2014 15:40

    The Summerworks Performance Festival starts tomorrow at venues across the city. Music, theatre, dance, storytelling...it’s one of those festivals that really does have something for everyone.  So much so, that we realized that it would be impossible to pick just one story to tell.  So we had our Seniors Arts Editor, Garvia Bailey reach out to the artists themselves. She  asked the performers to send us their best pitch.

    A Beautiful Game Meets Beautiful Art

    Written by Garvia Bailey

    Tuesday, 05 August 2014 09:43

    There is nothing quite as stirring as a well executed tennis match between skilled opponents, it’s the kind of artistry that is reflected in the work of visual artist Brendan Murphy. For the first time ever the professional athlete turned artist is exhibiting his work in Toronto as part of the Rogers Cup. Brendan’s work carries a vibrant urgency reminiscent of Jean Michel Basquiat. He is able to capture the unique essence of the tennis stars depicted in his works through bold colour, movement and text.

    Hamilton Airport Falls Flat on Musician Proposal

    Thursday, 31 July 2014 11:31

    Last week the John C. Munro International Airport in Hamilton put a call out to area musicians to play a 35-90 minute set at the airport as part of a week of community outreach events. The catch is that the musicians are expected to play for "exposure" with no financial compensation.

    Before and After the Horizon - Art Gallery Of Ontario

    Wednesday, 30 July 2014 16:18

    This new show reaches deep into Anishnaabe culture through art and artifacts. Familiar names like celebrated First Nations artist,  Norval Morrisseau and less well known artist like Toronto photographer Keesic Douglas share space in this first of it’s kind exhibit. If you like your art doused in politics, spirituality and solid storytelling this one is not to be missed.

    Review - Tribute: Amy Winehouse

    Written by Garvia Bailey

    Tuesday, 29 July 2014 09:35

    Amy Winehouse lived a life that burned hot and bright, chaotic and tragic, perfect material for a graphic novel. Perhaps that’s why Tribute: Amy Winehouse falls as flat as a beehive without bobby pins.

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