“The Mousetrap” celebrates 50 years at St Martin’s Theatre

When most people think of theatre productions with legendary longevity, their mind goes to Broadway. After all, the North American mecca of musicals and beyond has been home to the […]

“Creepy Portraits” lands Quebec teacher in lawsuit

In the modern art paradigm, consent and plagiarism are more hotly debated topics than ever. From the purposefully slippery cesspool that is AI art generation to reopened debates on the […]

Art Gallery of Ontario’s workers strike for fair wages

We go to galleries to surround ourselves with the delights of the exhibited artists, meandering through peaceful halls to engage in quiet contemplation of works past and present. But it’s […]

Patrick Moore resigns as Warhol Museum director

After seven years in the position and thirteen at the institution, Patrick Moore is stepping down as director of the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh–but perhaps not for as heated […]

“Theatre is Peace” on World Theatre Day 2024

Over the past year, we’ve come to a point in the arts and entertainment industry where the heavy hitters of the modern world are in dire straits. Both the video […]

Pussy Riot’s history explored in ‘Velvet Terrorism’

Few groups are as easily recognizable as Pussy Riot. Clad in vibrant balaclavas, the Russian punk band and activist group has made a name for itself as an unflinching detractor […]

Extinction Rebellion not ‘An Enemy of the People’

In a continuing trend of non-violent protest, Extinction Rebellion has once again made a very public splash in the arts realm. In the middle of a preview of a new […]