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Rodney Diverlus (left) and Jera Wolfe (right) in Private Flowers. Diverlus wears dark sunglasses and a red military jacket over a bare chest. He has short-cropped black hair. Wolfe has long, straight brown hair, and wears a similar jacket in white. iPhoto caption: Rodney Diverlus (left) and Jera Wolfe (right) in Private Flowers.

Private Flowers at the Fort York National Historic Site/Toronto History Museums Artist Mentorship Showcase

Private Flowers presents you with an opportunity to reflect on Canadian history from a different lens, one that centralizes passion, expression, and love.

By Aisha Lesley Bentham / Jul 2, 2023
iPhoto caption: left to right: Alex Bulmer of May I Take Your Arm?, photographed by Peter Riddihough, and Travis Knights of Ephemeral Artifacts, photographed by Eamon Mac Mahon.

Theatre Passe Muraille Asks: “How Do We Connect”?

A figure dancing across a historic building. A multi-sensory experience to navigate within your own home. Theatre Passe Muraille presents two unconventional, collaborative pieces that ask audiences, “How do we connect”?

By Jessica Watson / Jun 1, 2021
Neal Jennings / CC BY-SA 2.0" data-tippy-arrow="false" tabindex="0">iPhoto caption: Galactic Tides by Night. Photo by Neal Jennings / CC BY-SA 2.0

Bluit Nanche: How My Friend Took Over a Multimedia Art Installation on a Dare

For a brief period, this trite, obnoxious instillation piece had urgency and meaning.

By Jesse LaVercombe / Oct 21, 2016