The first edition of the Calgary Canzine fair is celebrating the city's flourishing small press community
Most anglophone children across Canada learn French at school with little immediate opportunity to use it, while francophone children frequently have the same experience with English. What's a kid to do? Enter Grilled Cheese magazine, a bilingual magazine that uses a host of French and English-speaking artists and writers to bring articles, games and activities to children nationwide in both official languages.
While the field of disability arts is growing, few curators and writers are talking about where it meets the concept of aging. Bodies in Translation: Aging and Creativity is an exhibition at Halifax's Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery that takes this intersection as a premise.
New documentary chronicles the bizarre effects of Sackville's radio towers
Samson Learn is travelling across the country to document the lives of transgender Canadians
Julie Doucet is done with autobiography.
Artist has battled Japan's legal system over her anatomical work
Sharon Jones: The hardest working woman in show biz...
Performance-art space spearheaded by NSCAD University's Anna Leonowens Gallery
The works aims to foster a growing performance art community
No money? No problem. You can enjoy these summer concerts free of charge.
The Town Crier: Holiday and birthday money never came with the stipulation not to spend it on comics in our house. I got in trouble no matter what my choice of after-bedtime reading material was. So I may have missed the memo that comics weren’t literature.