Editorials

  1. Space Oddity through Art

    Date 07 Nov 2017
    Bill Viola’s Exploration of Space By Charlotte Reine New York-born artist Bill Viola creates installations that focus on film and sound. He uses flat panel video pieces and has even worked for concerts, operas, and sacred spaces. It can be said with quite some ease: he knows space. On a bright…

  2. Grieving with Laurie Anderson

    Date 06 Nov 2017
    by Sylvie Schwartz Like many angst-ridden early teens with access to a solid music library and the Internet, I found Laurie Anderson (artist, musician, and talented storyteller), through Lou Reed, her husband - a poet, student of the poet and short story writer Delmore Schwartz, friend of Andy Warhol, and front man…

  3. Life Drawing Classes at UQAM’s Design Pavilion

    Date 02 Nov 2017
    by Mariah Lamont-Lennox Check out these awesome Life Drawing classes at UQAM’s Design Pavilion! This school year, I decided that I would try to make time to do things that make me happy and are completely unrelated to school. I went to an arts high school and was in the visual…

  4. Midterm Season as Artworks from History

    Date 01 Nov 2017
    by Tara Allen Flanagan Ah, autumn. The season of crunchy red and orange leaves, wood burning stoves, and hot beverages that may or may not include some pumpkin-related flavouring. One day, when I am old and grey, perhaps I will finally be able to disassociate this atmospheric season from the…

  5. Red Flags

    Date 31 Oct 2017
    by Hannah Nashman  While walking along a beautiful trail called the Beltline in Toronto earlier in October, I came across a display of art that sent chills through my body. The path came to a bridge over Yonge Street that from a distance looked festive, with hundreds of red ribbons…

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