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In the Making

This fall, In the Making will take you on an immersive journey with Canada's leading artists

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Women are underrepresented in sports coverage. Here's how this photographer is changing the focus

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How Victor Quijada took his L.A. b-boy roots and created a whole new dance language in Montreal

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'I've lived a life of pain': How Melanie Chikofsky has used her sculptures to heal

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Four huge weather balloons and some summer dreams: Float away with this flickering vision in the sky

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Neon has traditionally been a man's world — but Robin Clason is bending the rules

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Salem's first accused 'witch' was an enslaved West Indian woman. This opera tells her story

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For abstract artist Kirsten Hatfield, bipolar disorder gives her the intensity to create

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A literal junkyard band: KW Junk Music is making instruments out of things we waste

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These may look like traditional Chinese landscape paintings — but they're actually the Bay of Fundy

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With huge portraits and augmented reality, Madhu Kumar brings you the real voices of immigrant women

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Canadian landscape or the best video game? Alex McLeod's worlds make you want to live in both

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Philippa Jones has created a secular chapel of suspended orbs and it's as magical as it sounds

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Kari Kristensen cuts the Canadian landscape into linoleum, and it's a ton of precise work

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Jack Bishop doesn't go to the woods to inspire his landscape paintings — he's behind a strip mall

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What we read in the news about Syrians focuses on violence. These musicians focus on healing

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75 film loops, 4 projectors, 2 buzuqs: This artist duo imagines a place they can never go

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After a stroke, Sheri Bakes lost the ability to visualize images but gained a new way of making art

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Michelle Olson's new choreography honours loss, dreams and the transformations of women

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It was the first all-African American opera. And now, Treemonisha is getting new life

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Through dance, Justin Many Fingers is channelling the strength and resilience of Indigenous women