Art galleries come and go, and 14 years is not a bad run.
“We are proud to have survived as long as we have in a volatile and sometimes capricious art market,” says Don Monet, who with spouse Becky Rynor ran Cube Gallery in the
"A stranger I arrived; a stranger I depart."
— From Gute Nacht, Die Winterreise
Franz Schubert's Die Winterriese is one of two song cycles that set the poetry of the German Romantic Wilhelm Müller.
The 24 songs are among the best known and loved works by the composer. They
Canada will be represented at the 59th Venice Biennale in 2021 by the Vancouver-based artist Stan Douglas.
His multidisciplinary practice involves film, photography, and, more recently, theatre productions. His work tends to "reflect on the dynamic potential embedded in pivotal historical moments," the National Gallery of
It was chilly in Smithers, B.C., Alex Cuba said, on the day of this interview. But after 18 years in the city, he's used to all that.
That's he's touring his latest album Sublime in Eastern Canada in January, well there's a method to his madness.
The 2020-21 season of Broadway Across Canada will feature one of the recent highlights of the New York stage in the production Dear Evan Hansen, winner of six Tony awards, and the Tina Fey vehicle Mean Girls.
But of course there is much more including
Clara Wieck was born into a middle class family in Leipzig, Germany in 1819. Fairly quickly her talent as a piano prodigy was recognized by her teacher and father and she was soon performing publicly to much acclaim.
In 1830 she would meet the love of
In his one-man show, Take d Milk, Nah?, opening shortly at the NAC, Jivesh Parasram takes on the thorny matter of cultural identity. As an Indo-Caribbean-Hindu-Canadian, Parasram knows a thing or two about cultural identity and distrusts both it and plays that celebrate it.
Well, for someone who doesn't exist, you seem in fine form!
From The Nonexistent Knight by Italo Calvino
Louise Lecavalier created the duet Battleground in 2016. This week she'll bring it to the National Arts Centre for performances on Jan. 15 and 16.
The duet started as many
The word Unikkaaqtuat means telling stories in Inuktitut. That is at the heart of a performance of the same name assembled and delivered by a talented team of artists from the North on now at the National Arts Centre as a part of the Indigenous Theatre's
Greta Hodgkinson is a planner. She thinks ahead. She even started talking about stepping down from her role as a principal dancer with the National Ballet of Canada a few years before her target departure date.
And yet this organized artist is stepping into some uncertainty