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ON THE COVER: Eyes on Nuit Blanche (City Election 2018)

October 17th, 2018 · 1 Comment

Tracy Gorman’s “In her eyes” studies the eyes of the women in her life. Gorman specializes in textile-based pieces, and put photos of eyes on a dress using synthetic photographic transfer paper. The installation was part of W-O-M-A-N, an all-woman exhibition about women in society at Spadina Musuem for Nuit Blanche Toronto on September 29. HÜSNA SARI/GLEANER NEWS

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ARTS: Nuit Blanche 2018 (City Election 2018)

October 17th, 2018 · 1 Comment

A sample of this year’s exhibits in the Annex

Star Moon Water Stone by Ensemble Jeng Yi at Church of the Redeemer:

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More information on the exhibit: Star Moon Water Stone

 

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ON THE COVER (OCTOBER 2016): Celebrating Bloor Street

October 28th, 2016 · Comments Off on ON THE COVER (OCTOBER 2016): Celebrating Bloor Street

PHOTO BY NEILAND/BRISSENDEN: Gleaner art director Neiland Brissenden’s annual chronicle of Nuit Blanche returns this month. In an installation at the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM), Jody Naderi and John Fillwalk combined art and app to create The Firefly Effect.

PHOTO BY NEILAND/BRISSENDEN: Gleaner art director Neiland Brissenden’s annual chronicle of Nuit Blanche returns this month. In an installation at the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM), Jody Naderi and John Fillwalk combined art and app to create The Firefly Effect.

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ARTS (OCTOBER 2016): Interactive installations celebrate Annex icons

October 28th, 2016 · Comments Off on ARTS (OCTOBER 2016): Interactive installations celebrate Annex icons

Annual Nuit Blanche photo essay returns

Gleaner art director Neiland Brissenden’s annual chronicle of Nuit Blanche returns this month. Previously featured on the newspaper’s Twitter feed, Brissenden’s photo essay highlights installations that interacted with the audience to celebrate some of our neighbourhood’s most loved faces and spaces. —Annemarie Brissenden/Gleaner News

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Earning his stripes? “Social transformation” art project not supported by hospital

November 22nd, 2010 · Comments Off on Earning his stripes? “Social transformation” art project not supported by hospital

By Perry King

Artist Miklos Legrady wants to paint candy stripes on Toronto Western Hospital’s smokestack, at the cost of $675,000. Courtesy Miklos Legrady

After years of being a sticking point for local residents, the Toronto Western hospital smokestack (399 Bathurst St.) may get a facelift, if a local artist has his way.

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