Bravo! Town Hall: Does Art Matter?

Bravo! is hosting a Town Hall meeting on Sunday, September 28 at 3pm at the Masonic Temple (888 Yonge St. at Davenport Rd.) I recommend you RSVP and attend if you have something to say, or are interested in what other voters are saying about the value of arts in Canada. From the website: Space […]

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The Value of Artists

I’m happy to see that the question of arts funding is still in the news. I hope that in some way, the value of articles like Atwood‘s will resonate with the “ordinary people” who actually don’t care about the arts. I’m unpopular in thinking so, but as much as I agree with Atwood, Harper’s right […]

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Interview: Balint Zsako

A graduate of Ryerson’s Photography program, New York-based Balint Zsako has emerged as a sort of Renaissance man, using his talents in a multitude of media including painting, illustration, sculpture and collage to embed absurdity into an age-old subject — the figure. Zsako is well known for his paintings — fine, black-ink detail outlining bright […]

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