Weaving projects across time & space – Steve Rockwell’s Folio exhibit @ Fran Hill Gallery

Artist Steve Rockwell’s exhibition Folio opened at Fran Hill Gallery (285 Rushton Rd., Toronto – St. Clair and Rushton Rd., west of Bathurst) on Thursday night. I wasn’t able to make it to the opening, so I dropped by last night to chat with Fran and Steve about the work. Weaving projects across time and space,Continue reading “Weaving projects across time & space – Steve Rockwell’s Folio exhibit @ Fran Hill Gallery”

Cool photo exhibits & artists around T.O. right now

As I’ve been out and about seeing lots of theatre, music and spoken word lately, I must remember to not forget the other media I love: film, photography and visual arts. Here are just a couple of photography/visual arts exhibits you can check out in Toronto: Photographer Pamela Williams and animator/artist Patrick Jenkins feature theirContinue reading “Cool photo exhibits & artists around T.O. right now”

Personal, political & passionate – Frida & Diego exhibit @ the AGO

Was very happy to finally get out to see the Frida & Diego: Passion, Politics and Painting exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) yesterday with my pal Kira Callahan. It was a beautiful fall Sunday afternoon and as the bold autumn colours waned outdoors, equally bold and vibrant strokes of colour greeted usContinue reading “Personal, political & passionate – Frida & Diego exhibit @ the AGO”

The Beautiful & the Damned – the Day of the Dead edition

Last night’s edition of The Beautiful and the Damned was dedicated to the Day of the Dead, with featured dead celeb Frida Kahlo – hosted by the lovely and talented Lizzie Violet, who introduced the evening’s features and open mic artists, as well as exercising our minds with trivia about Kahlo. The Art Gallery ofContinue reading “The Beautiful & the Damned – the Day of the Dead edition”

Batman, Picasso & Snow

No, this is not gonna be some wacky new mash-up. Though, you know… This is about the visual feast that was the latter part of my long weekend – a riveting, edge-of-your-seat action/drama and a couple of mind-bending trips into the creative minds of two artists. Sunday, I finally got out to see the finalContinue reading “Batman, Picasso & Snow”