Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Grant Munro, ‘Canadian animation legend,’ dead at 94

Winnipeg filmmaker was hired at NFB by Norman McLaren and went on to work on Oscar-nominated films.

The Bata Shoe Museum Celebrates ‘All That Glitters’ in New Exhibition

The Bata Shoe Museum is pleased to announce the opening of its newest exhibition, The Gold Standard: Glittering Footwear from Around the Globe.

B.C. Alliance for Arts + Culture gives thumbs up to proposed City of Vancouver...

City of Vancouver staff have recommended an additional $580,000 in grants for arts and cultural groups in the 2018 civic budget.

Couple keeps Canada’s Main Streets alive in The Tale of a Town

Lisa Marie DiLiberto and Charles Ketchabaw get to heart of what makes communities special with touring stage show.

Nuit Blanche’s new frontier: Scarborough

Don't expect to find 'Nuit lite' at the event's first Scarborough art crawl in 2018.

British comedians’ exposure in Calgary: their headshots lifted for public art

In a city already saddled with ill-conceived artwork, officials plan to remove a $20,000 installation from an underpass

Canada 150 exposes the art world’s broad divide

Big Ontario museums have spent millions this year putting Indigenous culture front and centre — but in that culture’s heartland, some institutions struggle “just to keep the lights on.”

Toronto library’s popular free Museum and Arts Pass program loses funding

At the end of 2018, Sun Life Financial will cut off funding for the program, which provides access to otherwise expensive museums and attractions.

Premier’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts

The Premier’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts celebrate the outstanding achievements of Ontario’s arts community and its contributions to a strong, vibrant culture sector.

Three Days Before La Trouble-Fête!