Clockwise, from the top: Matt Pilipiak, Victor Pokinko, Fiona Sauder, Lena Maripuu & Landon Doak. Production design by Amy Marie Wallace. Lighting design by Ken MacKenzie. Photo by Nicholas Porteous. Bad Hats Theatre returns to the Young Centre, adding a sprinkle of magic fairy dust to the holidays with its Dora award-winning stage adaptation ofContinue reading “A big fun, magical ride for kids of all ages with the imaginative, wonder-filled Peter Pan”
Justin Miller as Pearle Harbour, with Steven Conway in the background. Production design by Joseph Pagnan, with tent by Haley Reap. Lighting design by Jareth Li. Photo by Dahlia Katz. Pearle Harbour invites you into the milky folds of her tent for some soul reviving human connection in the engaging, entertaining, enlightening Pearle Harbour’s Chautauqua,Continue reading “Soul reviving human connection in the entertaining, engaging, enlightening Pearle Harbour’s Chautauqua”
Humans react and respond to their environment. The space, atmosphere and the room ingredients, especially the art. Abstract expressionist art has an active and interactive effect on the occupants of a room – offering windows and doors, mood and attitude where there are otherwise merely walls to contain the space. Come and experience mediated space.Continue reading “Luminous, organic & abstract works, vibrating with colour & tension in Mediated Space exhibit”
3 original figurines 6 makers 2,000 replica statuettes Artist Clare Twomey’s remarkable, interactive exhibit Piece by Piece is on now at the Gardiner Museum. Inspired by the museum’s commedia dell’arte collection, Twomey and five other makers created molds of three figurines (Leda, Harlequin and Scaramouche) and produced 2,000 statuettes. The three originals stand in raisedContinue reading “The haunting beauty of porcelain – Clare Twomey’s Piece by Piece @ Gardiner Museum”
Had a blast wandering the night and checking out the Nuit Blanche Parade exhibits and others with my good pal Lizzie Violet. I’ve included some highlights of the evening below. What turned you on at Nuit Blanche this year?