Virtual Beading Circle

Fantastic use of the internet to share craft knowledge across distances. Bread and Roses Life, L. Rogers


Toronto Fringe Festival launches Creation Lab

It’s More Than Just a Theatre Festival: Toronto Fringe Launches Creation Lab! TORONTO – On May 5 Toronto Fringe Executive Director Gideon Arthurs announced an exciting new development to [...]


Young Artists: Leadership Training in Mural-making

Youth Artists are invited to apply forOff the Wall: Leadership Training in Mural Making – 2011 CERTIFICATE PROGRAM A free training program for leadership development in mural art production and [...]


Muslim & American Extremists censoring Art

In the Time magazine article Indonesia’s Artists vs. Muslim Extremists,by Jason Tedjasukmana, the author decries the “Talibanization” of Art in Indonesia. He recounts a story of [...]


Puppetry Exploratory Laboratory Deadline Extended to Monday Feb. 1, 2010

Are you an artist, performance artist, animator, filmaker, multimedia artist, dancer, or choreographer who would like to be able to integrate puppetry into their art work but need some hands on [...]


Looking for a great holiday theatre experience for students?

If you are in travelling distance of Toronto you won’t want to miss this great event! Puppetmongers @ the Tarragon Extra Space7 School Shows onlyDecember 15 through 18, 200910 am and 1:30 [...]


Will more public engagment or more electronic media be the future of the arts

While recently the Met was reported to be contemplating replacing its’ summer programming with filmed performances shown on the big screen, the public was more engaged in filming and [...]


Alain Trudel reaches out to young Canadian composers

I have thought for a long time that Alain Trudel is one of Canada’s greatest musical assets. He can conduct, he can sure play trombone, and he has great programming ideas. Isn’t it [...]


Music on the High Seas August 5

Enjoy your very own classical music concert in the most beautiful of settings… Join us for an intimate evening with members of the 2009 orchestra on board Kajama, Toronto’s only tall [...]


Zen and the art of organizational maintenance

I think it was David Parsons, the Music Officer at the Ontario Arts Council who said to me that while he used to think of arts organizations as going through processes of recovery that would end [...]

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