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Be part of one of the largest international film festivals in Toronto. Submit your film by the deadline on April 2, 2017!
Are you interested in photos and film and are between the ages of 16 and 21? We want to hear from you!
March 10 – 31, 2017
Bluffs Gallery, 1859 Kingston Road
Join Scarborough Arts on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at Cedar Ridge Creative Centre for a celebratory afternoon of literary expression!
All are welcome to the 2nd Annual Scarborough Arts’ Members Night and SA Talks on Wednesday, February 22, from 7 PM to 9 PM at the Bluffs Gallery!
The Ontario Book Publishers Organization is pleased to announce that submissions are being accepted until May 1, 2017 for the What’s Your Story? Short Prose and Poetry Competition for Emerging Writers.
We are thrilled to announce that Yearbook, an exhibition originally curated by Reese de Guzman for Scarborough Arts in March 2016, has been re-imagined by Myseum of Toronto for the Myseum Hub space at 401 Richmond!
Yearbooks are honest and personal recollections of history. Their stories depict the social and political climate of the times and recount tales of youth that transcend technological advancements.
The Yearbook exhibit at 401 Richmond explores over 80 years of Scarborough’s history through yearbooks – combining the past and present to reveal the beauty and diversity of Scarborough. All of the artwork displayed was produced by students of Scarborough’s past. These carefully selected pieces aim to inspire a renewed appreciation for the art, fashion and growing diversity captured by Toronto’s citizens.
The yearbooks on display have been generously provided by Scarborough Archives.
Catch the exhibit at 401 Richmond until … Read More »
For the 2016 edition, visual and literary artists of all ages explored the theme Spectacular Celebrations.
We belong where love finds us
– Anne Michaels, Toronto Poet Laureate
January 2017 marks the start of Canada’s 150-year anniversary celebrations. As the country gears up for a year-long series of spectacles and celebratory events, we invited artists and writers from across the country to reflect on, question, and engage critically with the mechanisms of spectacle and/or explore the personal and political experiences of celebrations.
Featured Visual Artists:
Susan Aaron, Farooq Ahmed, Deon Best, Michel Blondeau, David Brandy, Mike Callaghan, Wendy Carmichael Bauld, Ken Chan, Margaret Chown, Kevin Connery, Anne Crisell, Shayne Darling, Tiffany Dawe, Callum Donovan-Grujicich, Maria Drazilov, Cheryl Duggan, Jayden Duggan, Inga Gircyte, Janice Hardacre, Rukhsar Jaffer, Jennylynd James, Zoe-Theodora Kolonelos, Alan Lo, Stacey MacNevin, Vincent Mak, Susy Martins, Teresa Mellors, Maria Modopoulos, Shawn Morrel, Jordan Nahmias, George Novotny, JC Olsthoorn, Jane Orr-Novotny, Malinda Prud’homme, Aniqa Rahman, Thiviyaa Sehasothy, Wendy Sinclair, Grazyna Grace Stryjek, Jennifer Toffoli, Vickie Vainionpaa, Barb Williams
Featured Literary Artists:
Manivillie Kanagasabapathy, … Read More »