Race, Identity, & Historical Related Art Exhibits

By Jaina Kelly 1. “Here We Are: Black Canadian Contemporary Art” This Black contemporary art exhibit opens at the Royal Ontario Museum on January 27, 2018. It will feature the original works of nine artists who explore themes of race, art, and historical identity within Read More …

Censoring Michelangelo: Nudity in Art

Should the human body in it’s truest form be subject to censorship? What about representations of the human body created through art?  By Jaina Kelly, Staff Writer The work of Renaissance artist Michelangelo has been hotly contested over its depictions of nudity. The debate, which Read More …

Sarah Dufresne: Art to Inspire Hope and Reassurance

Sarah Dufresne: Art to Inspire Hope and Reassurance  By Leah Ching: Editor-in-Chief Sarah Dufresne is a young local artist from Thunder Bay, Ontario who has burst onto the local arts scene with paintings that are both evocative and emotionally charged, demanding an emotional response from Read More …