Deadline: Monday March 1st, 5:00pm EST The City of Toronto invites professional artists (including artist teams) to submit their Expression of Interest […]
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Ava Roth is a Toronto-based encaustic painter, embroiderer and mixed-media artist. She has spent the past several years working almost exclusively with […]
ArtworxTO is currently seeking curatorial proposals for ArtworxTO 2021, Community Cultural Hubs. Four Curators will be contracted. Each Curator will be responsible […]
For the season finale of Remote Art Talks we had a conversation with Cat Lamora, a Korean-Canadian paper artist based in Toronto […]
E12 Amada Estabillo – Recreating memories through abstract elements and the role of an educator while in isolation
Amada Estabillo's work combines abstract elements and representations of human figures that often recreate memories of spaces and places. In this episode […]
E11 Véronique Buist – Embroidery on paper and using reclaimed fabrics and cotton threads as raw materials
Montreal artist Véronique Buist creates delicate designs and embroidery on paper made out of cotton threads and reclaimed fabrics that she also […]
E5 Hugo Laliberté – New Media Art: Using technology to create immersive, interactive installations with sound and light
Hugo Laliberté is the co-founder of Ottomata Studio, an experiential design studio based in Montreal creating immersive installations that invite audiences to […]
In this episode of Remote Art Talks we take a peek into Toronto-based artist Alison Postma's mind and learn about where these […]
Jordan Baraniecki is a multi-media artist who puts the individual at the forefront of creative ventures. What he understands, are questions about […]
E2 Maya Skarzenski – Blurring the lines between fine-art and craft and creating imagery that plays with comfort and discomfort
Maya Skarzenski is an interdisciplinary artist fusing together painting, textiles, and photography. Her work explores the intersections between the abject and the […]