Robbin Parcker is a graphic designer, painter and all around weirdo. Born and raised in a small farming town outside of Vancouver, she moved to Toronto after graduating from the graphic design program at VCAD four years ago.
If you're like me, you're probably sad to see the end of summer arrive. It always seems to arrive too quickly. Come out to Belmont Village Bestival on September 16, 2017, from 10 am to 10 pm and end the summer on a high note.
Have you been looking for an opportunity to buy affordable art, support local artists, and local charities and nonprofits? The Ferrari 500 event is your chance to do all of those things. I interviewed artist and founder Amy Ferrari. Read on for more information about the event.
I was inspired by this article on blogTO to do a similar post for Waterloo Region. I know that there are several artists in Waterloo Region that offer art in different price ranges and mediums and they either sell it online, from their studio, or at art shows throughout the year. I also know that everyone has different views on what is "affordable". I had fun putting this list together and selected stores or galleries that have regular hours.
Earlier this year, I had Laura write a very informative guest post on my blog. It was very well received and I still get comments and positive feedback about it. You can read it here. I'm thrilled to have her back again, this time for an interview.
The Waterloo Region Contemporary Music Sessions (WRCMS) is a weeklong series of workshops, concerts, panels, reading sessions, and activities designed to promote and provide opportunities for emerging and early career Canadian and international performers, improvisers, and composers of contemporary music.
The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition (TOAE) is the largest outdoor art exhibition in Canada and has established itself as an important event within the Canadian arts community. The three-day event is free and open to the public. It attracts over 100, 000 visitors each year. This was my second time attending, and this year I did so as a volunteer.
In this post, I'm going to talk about two incidents that happened around the same time and have very different contexts, but both revolve around an act of vandalism. The first incident happened in Athens, Greece and the second was local to me, in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.
Fenne is a visual storyteller and a curious soul. She was born in Belgium and recently moved to Sweden. She writes about art, Scandinavia, and travel. Her personal interests are: travel, art, photography, storytelling, creating, printmaking.