Six city and campus events to catch in December

(By: Sherina Harris) What do holiday crafts, light displays and dinosaurs have in common? They’re all related to events you can attend this month at Ryerson and in Toronto. ‘Tis the season for holiday fun, so step away from your cue cards and study notes for a while and enjoy the best of what your school and city have to offer. Here’s a roundup of … Continue reading Six city and campus events to catch in December

Five student-budget-friendly date destinations

(By: Brent Smyth) Living in Toronto is expensive enough as it is. Showing your loved one how much you care can be pricey, unless you know where to look. Check out these top five places to go for a great date on a student budget. 1. Art Gallery of Ontario Keep it budget friendly: Admission is free every Wednesday from 6 to 9 p.m. Located … Continue reading Five student-budget-friendly date destinations

Eight must-see exhibits at Nuit Blanche 2017

(By: Jessica Tucciarone) Nuit Blanche is fast approaching. With this year’s theme of “Many Possible Futures,” the event will showcase politically-driven art pieces that are sure to make a statement while also bringing about a sense of reflection. With so many different things to see, it can be hard to know where to start. Here’s a breakdown of eight must-see exhibits at this year’s Nuit … Continue reading Eight must-see exhibits at Nuit Blanche 2017

New AGO exhibit: Mystical Landscapes

(By: Hilary Punchard) The Art Gallery of Ontario’s new exhibit Mystical Landscapes opened to the public on Saturday and it does not fall short to the long promoted hype. From wrestling angels to crystals cities in water, the collection attempted to show the different unsystematic ways that people find spiritual enlightenment through mystical phenomenon. The exhibit contained paintings from 37 artists hailing from 14 countries. … Continue reading New AGO exhibit: Mystical Landscapes

Top 4 Nuit Blanche Exhibits

(By: Mark McKelvie) From sunset to sunrise, Nuit Blanche, an all-night contemporary arts festival, lit up Toronto’s downtown core on Saturday with bright and creative displays of art. Listed below are four of the most memorable pieces from the event. Photo credit: Jaclyn Tansil Name: Death of the Sun Artist: Director X Address: 100 Queen St. W. (City Hall) Director X’s sphere-like sculpture represents the … Continue reading Top 4 Nuit Blanche Exhibits