Claude Monet – Filmed Painting Outdoors (1915): Above is the only known film footage of the French Impressionist Claude Monet, made when he was 74 years old, painting alongside a lily pond in his garden at Giverny. The footage was shot in the summer of 1915 by the French actor […]

The Only Known Film Footage of Claude Monet Painting Outdoors ...

If you want some new music and a visual treat then check out the 3D video for “Dancehall Domine” by the New Pornographers. Website: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Tumblr:

New Canadian Music: Dancehall Domine by the New Pornographers [Includes ...

Bon Cop, Bad Cop
October 11, 2006 – Bon Cop, Bad Cop‘s producers claim that the film has become the highest-grossing Canadian film domestically having made $12,578,327 surpassing the $11.2 million Porky’s earned in Canada in the 80’s. However, the numbers are later disputed as not having taken inflation into account. * Source: Today in Canadian History

Today in Canadian Art History: Bon Cop, Bad Cop Beats ...

The gorgeous art covering Greek vases is well-known for its depictions of ancient life giving us a peek into how the celebrating civilization lived, played, fought, loved, and died. Now you can get an even livelier look at ancient life through animations created by Panoply. Animator Steve K. Simons, who started […]

Animating the Art of Greek Vases [Includes Videos and GIFs]

Banff Centre
The Banff Centre is one of our country’s cultural treasures and now anyone from one side of Canada to the other – and beyond – can experience some of the amazing content coming out of the creative centre. Through audio and video podcasts available at iTunes U, the Banff Centre offers free access to lectures […]

The Banff Centre Podcasts Free on iTunes U

The WORN Archive: Fashion Journal about the Art, Ideas, & History of What We Wear is a cover-to-cover treat-filled delight for anyone who likes fashion, art, creativity, and above all style. Each page is filled with style-related expertise, experiences, opinions, and anecdotes from WORN writers affectionately known as Wornettes. …with each […]

The WORN Archive and the End of WORN Journal: The ...

Take a look at Old Man Canyon‘s super-adorable video for Wiser, which followers a young adventurer on a journey through the streets of Vancouver. Website: Facebook: Twitter:

New Canadian Music Monday: Wiser by Old Man Canyon [includes ...

Check out the video for Killer from Toronto hip hop artist King Reign from his debut album, Sincere, coming out June 30th via ClK Creative/ Reign Music. King Reign is a Toronto based hiphop artist who examines the potential consequences of Mayor Rob Ford’s actions. This song expresses frustration at biased perceptions, racial stereotypes, political […]

New Canadian Music Monday: Killer by King Reign [video] – ...

Check out the new video for “Boys and Girls” from Toronto “rockers” The Balconies in advance of their upcoming cross-Canada tour. Website: Twitter: Facebook: Youtube: Bandcamp: Instagram:

New Canadian Music Monday: Boys and Girls by The Balconies ...

Be sure to watch the video below for “To Fall” by Toronto-based folk musician Jessica Bundy from her debut EP, Careless Smile, released just this past March. Website: Twitter: Facebook: Bandcamp: Soundcloud: Youtube:

New Canadian Music Monday: To Fall by Jessica Bundy

Check out this live video from CBC Music of New Brunswick’s Matt Andersen performing “I Lost My Way” from his new album Weightless (Sonic Entertainment Group). Website: Twitter: Facebook: Youtube: Soundcloud:

New Canadian Music Monday: I Lost My Way by Matt ...

Check out this acoustic version of “So Hard (To Love You)” from Toronto artist Alexa Ferr. Website: Twitter: Facebook: Soundcloud: Youtube: ReverbNation:

New Canadian Music Monday: So Hard (To Love You) Acoustic ...

March 14, 1985 – The Canadian production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Cats opened at the Elgin Theatre in Toronto. [Cats] will run for two years in Toronto, then move to Montréal for a 19-week run, followed by a tour of Western Canada and a second Toronto run starting Sept. 2, 1989; […]

Today in Canadian Art History: March 14, 1985 – Andrew ...

Earlier today the Aimia | AGO Photography Prize (formerly The Grange Prize), Canada’s leading contemporary photography award, announced its long list of 14 finalists from 9 countries around the world. The award “honours living artists whose work in photography and video over the past five years has displayed extraordinary potential.” The short […]

Aimia | AGO Photography Prize 2013 Long List Announced

If there’s a Canadian artist who best fits the description of “underrated” it would be Halifax, Nova Scotia’s SJ the Wordburglar. The hip-hop artist (real name Sean Jordan Volpe) has been a regular fixture within the underground rap scene, along with his prolific crew known as Backburner. With a penchant for […]

URBAN/Intersection: SJ the Wordburglar