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These '90s singer-songwriters kicked down the door for shameless feminism and vulnerability
Canadian chanteuses like Sarah McLachlan, Alanis Morissette and Deborah Cox sang about their lives without filtering out any of the realness.
Almost 100 guitarists, three conductors and some serious riffage
Composer Tim Brady and conductor Gregory Oh show us around the workings of this performance with nearly 100 musicians and a strong sense of community.
Janice Wu's art elevates ordinary objects as if they were history in a museum
Fruit and veggie artist Lauren Ho brings new meaning to the phrase 'playing with your food'
From RuPaul to Versace, taking a queer eye to the very very queer Emmy Award nominations
Abstract artwork in 1990s Canada? Cue the controversy
A dancer's best friend: bananas!
Kanata: Director Robert Lepage open to dialogue with Indigenous artists over new play
Is the new Sacha Baron Cohen series satire, or a cringeworthy prank show?
ART IS MY COUNTRY
Gu Xiong spent 4 years in a Chinese labour camp — his nightly sketches brought him hope
The drag scene in St. John's is coming into its moment of fabulousness
2,200 years in the making: Rare chance to see ancient Indian dance-drama comes to Sask.
18 countries, 64 posters: The World Cup of graphic design is underway in Toronto
Paintings come to life in Wendy McLeod MacKnight's new book The Frame-Up
New virtual reality game can tell when you're not scared enough - and turn up the terror
Sandeep Johal memorializes victims of femicide as powerful goddess figures
'You can hear heartbreak': Jessie Reyez on feminism, the music industry
Courtney Barnett performs live from her new album Tell Me How You Really Feel
Are video games art? Does it even matter? They're beautiful and important
Punjabi superstar Satinder Sartaaj overwhelmed by meteoric rise
It ain't like it used to be at the drive-in theatre
I He(art) My City
An artist's guide to falling in love with Scarborough: Waterfront dancing, open mic nights and FOOD!