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Lighthouse Immersive’s ‘Touch’ promises immersive live connection

Hybrid and fusion within artistic fields truly is the oncoming future. Through the blending of boundaries, varying art forms are able to merge to create new experiences beyond the sum of their parts. Visual arts, sound design, performance, literature, and film can all benefit greatly when recognized as units. And Lighthouse Immersive’s upcoming exhibition Touch […]

Program Sound FM- a radio station show for storytellers

Radio is becoming a more and more archaic means of consumption every passing year. With the vast majority of music listeners not even having private collections, opting instead for streaming services, most people shuffle a playlist and call it a day. But even if the majority of people only hear the radio when walking around […]

BLM Canada opens Wildseed, a new community and arts centre

Correction (07/19/21): This article originally stated that the new Wildseed Centre was being designed and developed by the team of Tom Kuo and Helen Yung of Foundation Creative Studio and Bryan Lee of Colloquate, but this was the team for Widseed’s original space. The new project’s team is being determined with the Black Planning Project […]

The Masked Bride reveals identity with new exhibit on domestic abuse

One positive that many gleam from the otherwise draining reality of the pandemic is having fathoms more time to spend with loved ones. While it may get tiresome at points or heighten some arguments, a lot of people have enjoyed the quality time that this situation has afforded them. But not everyone’s home situation is […]

The Social Distancing Festival- an international platform of connection

We’ve been seeing an uptick in digital content consumption in the wake of the global COVID-19 crisis. And with the nigh-impossible feat of viewing art in person right now, artists of every discipline have been experiencing cancellations, rescheduling, and general losses on their projects. But necessity is the mother of invention, and one Canadian playwright […]

A play of bills- Hamilton and Controlled Damage’s Canadian premieres

EDIT: I’d like to acknowledge the oversight of not mentioning playwright Andrea Scott by name in this article originally and apologize for any insult it may have dealt. Especially in an article discussing the importance of representation, it is necessary to give artists due credit by name and rectify any mistakes in failing to meet […]

hollow mountain by Rock Bottom Movement filled with absurd heart

To start, I will always have a soft spot for weirdness. If something is masterfully beautiful in presentation but mediocre in meaning, I don’t care. But if something is bizarre and dreadful, I will always prefer the latter. Thankfully, hollow mountain by Rock Bottom Movement is both bizarre and brilliant. The company coming from Toronto […]