I HE(ART) MY CITY
An artist's guide to falling in love with Winnipeg: A ruined monastery and your dog's new fave beach
Frances Koncan used to hate living in Winnipeg — but these places helped give her a new appreciation for her city.
I HE(ART) MY CITY
This summer, CBC Arts is your tour guide to Canada's vibrant art scenes
And no, we don't mean Toronto, Montreal or Vancouver. Get an insider's look at places like Lethbridge, Sudbury or Victoria in our new series I He(art) My City.
Hi, art! Rounding up all the wacky stuff that's happened since that Toronto Banksy exhibit opened
Say hello to Banksy, Banksy, Banksy and a few of our other favourite stories of the week, too.
There's a giant Banksy show in Toronto, but how good is it if Banksy himself isn't in on the joke?
Say Yes to My Dress! If you're David Bateman's friend, you may end up in this gender-bending project
Proudly prep some tissues: The first LGBTQ Heritage Minute, celebrating activist Jim Egan, is here
How watching YTV in the '90s influenced an entire generation of artists to 'keep it weird'
Hi, art! It's the first edition of the CBC Arts newsletter
Wanna come out and play? This artist turns other people's childhood memories into dreamy photos
Opera's massive queer fanbase rarely sees itself reflected on stage — this series is changing that
Big queer summer preview: Hot LGBTQ movies, shows, books and music for hot times
Vampires, Grease and a clown teaching sex-ed: how 3 troupes are queering this year's Montreal Fringe
As clubs become condos, Rebeka Dawn's parties remind Black Torontonians that celebration is ours too
Why Toronto's first Indigenous Fashion Week is about so much more than the runways
Because June is Pride and National Indigenous History Month, we commissioned this radiant new logo
This summer, all roads lead to this groundbreaking exhibition of Indigenous Women artists
The Fruit Machine: Why every Canadian should learn about this country's 'gay purge'
'Being pregnant made me a better comic': Rhiannon Archer transcends the mom-hostile world of standup
Point of View
25 years ago, Miss Saigon gave me my big break; 25 years later, would I be protesting it?
Shawn Mendes's relevatory new album art shows in a single glance that the pop star is growing up
The FBI's X-Files unit just moved into a Vancouver art gallery
How Canadian filmmaker Drew Lint is queering the psycho-sexual thriller