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Katerina Sfaelos

Fashion Art Toronto 2022 – Review

May 22, 2022

Fashion Art Toronto ’s three-day event featured collections from 40 Canadian designers at the Design Exchange from May 6 to May 8 2022.  FAT is Toronto’s longest running annual multi-arts fashion event. This 17th annual FAT event featured collections from forty Canadian designers.  FAT partnered with Inland to allow visitors to purchase Canadian designers’ clothing […]

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Kate Taylor

Artist Project 2022 – Review

May 1, 2022

On Thursday, April 21, 2022, Toronto Arts and Events attended the Artist Project, held inside the Queen Elizabeth Building at Exhibition Place. As one of Canada’s largest annual arts and culture events, the Artist Project provides a platform for established and emerging artists from across Canada to showcase their work to the thousands of attendees, […]

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Review:  In Contemporary Art a Very Short Introduction

November 14, 2021

© 2021 Publisher, Oxford University Press In Contemporary Art: A Very Short Introduction, Julian Stallabrass argues that street artist Banksy uses his celebrity to create great market value; however, his work by traditional critical analysis is simple, clichéd, not real art but relies on advertising techniques.  This is part of contemporary’s art being controlled and […]

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Elvis Presley

Review: Andy Warhol at the AGO

November 14, 2021

The Mega Show, Andy Warhol ran recently at the @AGOtoronto.  After succeeding as a successful commercial illustrator, Warhol exhibited his work in several galleries in the 1950s,and was criticized  as selling out by some but was seen by others as an influential and controversial pop artist, film director and producer.  He took advantage and promoted […]

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The Thirteenth Annual Artist Project – Review

February 26, 2020

© 2020 TorontoArtsandEvents On Thursday, February 20, 2020, Toronto Arts and Events had the pleasure of attending the opening night party for the Thirteenth Annual Artist Project, held inside the Better Living Centre. As Canada’s largest annual arts and culture events, The Artist Project provides a platform for established and emerging artists from across Canada […]

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Why Travel to the Dominican Republic? To check out its beautiful beaches & Unique Culture!

February 23, 2020

Relaxing at the Beach © 2020 TorontoArtsandEvents. Torontoartsandevents went to the Dominican Republic, staying at the Casa Marina Reef Resort near the town of Sosúa which is located in the northern coast between the city of Puerto Plata and the villa of Cabarete.  It is a well managed resort with good food, excellent beaches and […]

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TOartsandevents Travels to Portugal

December 28, 2019

Recently, Torontoartsandevents was on assignment in Portugal.  We found Portugal to be a very warm, safe and friendly country with a lot to offer.  The Portuguese have decriminalized the use of all illegal drugs – ended the “war on drugs” – which has resulted in a very safe country.  We centered out stay in Lisbon […]

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The Power Ball: What Went Down in the 21 Club

June 30, 2019

Sleeping Giants by Max Streicher © 2019 TorontoArtsandEvents The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery brought the extravagance, flash, and flamboyance to their twenty-first annual fundraising gala, The Power Ball, on Thursday, June 6th, 2019. This year, the Power Plant was transformed into The 21 Club, an underground 1920s speakeasy where funky music from a seven […]

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South America 2019 – to Panama & Costa Rica

April 27, 2019

Recently, Torontoartsandevents was on assignment in South America, covering Panama and Costa Rica. Panama: Panama City is Panama’s largest, the national capital of Panama, as well as the provincial capital of the Panama Province. It is a very Americanized and modern City. It is multicultural with populations from all over the world with Spanish spoken […]

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