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Category Archives: Cultural Connections

Trevor Gould: Darwin’s Nose
February 24 to April 15, 2012

Dunlop Art Gallery
Regina Public Library, Central Branch
2311 – 12th Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan

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On Feb 9th, WWF wants you to lower your heat and wear a sweater to show you’re taking action against climate change. To make sure you put one on, Grannies are standing by to personally call and remind you.

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Metro Toronto Convention Centre, April 19-22, 2012
NEW DATES!-Look for us there!

We have moved to the fairer climates of late April and thus creating once again Toronto’s tenth foremost International cultural and art event of the spring, welcoming artists and galleries from 12 countries with the very best in International and Canadian Contemporary art.

And again, the wildest art party in Canada on opening night—see you there-stay tuned at See Features Page.

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Jewel Net of Indra

“You use a glass mirror to see your face, you use works of art to see your soul.” George Bernard Shaw.

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Even if you ignore the pollution, cars simply take up too much space. Next time you are stuck in traffic behind what seems like a million cars, try to imagine if all those cars where replaced by pedestrians or bike riders. Suddenly, the congestion is gone.

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Artist Talk
Vancouver, B.C.

Between iconoclasm and minimal aesthetics, romanticism and Land Art, the work of Cyprien Gaillard questions man’s traces in nature with an archeological approach to recent history. Gaillard examines the relics of our built environment with an entropic view of destruction as the starting point of renewal.

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CINEMA KABUKI 2012 in Toronto (Feb. 22-23)
Presented by The Japan Foundation
in High Definition on the Big Screen
Direct from Japan
Subtitled in English
including two Canadian premieres, The Zen Substitute, Murder in a Hell of Oil, and Hokaibo

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Yesterday evening off Queen St. E (65 Glen Manor Drive) there was a TECAP (Toronto East Community Arts Program) fundraiser, of unique musical performances including a meditation piece where we were encouraged to meditate, to the transcendental music. As well as a Gallery of Artworks that were for auction; above right is my Vancouver Group Of Seven Tree done in Acrylic.

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Call for Applications: Thematic Residencies and Banff Artist in Residence (BAIR) Programs at The Banff Centre

Application deadline: January 20, 2012

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Flavio Trevisan: Museum of the Represented City

January 19 to April 8, 2012
Koffler Gallery Off-Site at 80 Spadina Ave., Suite 501
Curator: Mona Filip

Thursday, January 19, 6 – 9 PM | Artist Talk at 7 PM

His work is in private collections, and can be viewed at
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