First Solo Show at Gerrard Art Space

There is still time to check out Dana Green’s First Solo Show, on until March 13 at Gerrard Art Space, 1475 Gerrard St. E. Green’s body of work uses various forms of media and draws on her fascination with “uncovering and understanding the essence of all living things.” Her surreal paintings and sculptures contain hints […]

A New Experience at Cobalt Gallery

Kingston Road’s Cobalt Gallery invites the viewer to take part in A New Experience on now through the end of March. Drawing inspiration from the outer world and processing it through her practice, Maren Boedeker’s painting has been described as “a visualization on an inner conversation inscribed on the canvas.” The artist and art educator […]

Linda McRae takes the stage at Acoustic Harvest

Acoustic Harvest welcomes the tireless and talented Linda McRae to the stage Saturday, March 18. Recently inducted into the 2016 BC Entertainment Hall of Fame, McRae’s thought-provoking songs, melodies, and multi-instrumental prowess have captured the attention of audiences and critics alike during and following her eight years with Spirit of the West. Her spirit goes […]

Public art proposals displayed at Beaches Library

After months of ongoing construction at the state-of-the-art TTC Leslie Barns facility, the public was finally given an opportunity to take a peek into the future of the area at the Beaches Library February 24-25. Public art proposals stood on display, showcasing the five semi-finalists who hail from Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. The public artwork […]

Bowmore students hit the big screen

Although the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is still months away, Bowmore Public School students are well past the editing suite when it comes to preparing their own original films for the festival. The students have created and will be submitting films to the TIFF Kids Jump Cuts Young Filmmakers Showcase, which offers them a […]

All That Grows at the Yellow House Gallery

Spring is peeking its bright eyes around the corner, and Yellow House Gallery is beckoning it forward with their spring show, All That Grows, opening this weekend. Featuring a select group of up-and-coming Canadian contemporary illustrators and fine artists (think Meg Dearlove, Rachel SV Parry, Jane Hur, Annie Somers and Melissa Wakefield) with work that […]

New photo exhibit celebrates Gerrard East community

This month, the historic and burgeoning Gerrard Street East community will be in the spotlight with the Focus on Gerrard photography exhibition at Riverside Gallery. The exhibition is part of Myseum’s Intersections Festival and will feature the work of six photographers, according to curator and photographer Sasha Furlani: Mary Crandall, Furlani, Harry Halyk, Jeff Stewart, […]

Beach-born Water Brothers return for a final season tonight

Beachers Tyler and Alex Mifflin are returning tonight for the fourth and final season of The Water Brothers on TVO. The series, which is hosted, written and produced by the brothers, will see them travel to the Amazon in order to demonstrate the vital role water plays in our ecosystem. The episodes will also be focusing […]

GALLERY: Cold Weather Blues Fest

The second annual Cold Weather Blues Festival has returned just in time to put some spring back in your step. A group of Beach area pubs and restaurants have come together to host a slew of red-hot musicians and performers that include Sugar Brown, Paul Reddick, The Ever-Lovin’ Jug Band, and Lotus Wright among others. […]