On April 12th, Canada’s National Ballet School’s First Position Steering Committee together with artScene Toronto presented “Breaking Down Boundaries” a panel discussion on the collaboration between art and health care, education and technology.
In partnership with the Young Patron Circle members of the Gardiner Museum, artsScene Toronto hosted an exclusive experience of the YOKO ONO: THE RIVERBED Exhibit.
The evening began with a private reception in the Terrace Room on the 3rd floor of the museum, followed by after-hours access to the participatory exhibition. This installation invited visitors to collaborate with the artist by interacting with the artwork itself.
The evening will commence with a private reception in the Terrace Room on the 3rd floor of the Museum and will be followed by after-hours access to the participatory exhibition, which invites visitors to collaborate with the artist through interacting with the artwork itself. Join us to learn more about Yoko Ono and what the Gardiner Museum has to offer.
In partnership with Turnout, artsScene Toronto hosted a rehearsal for the National Ballet of Canada's Winter Season production!
The rehearsal was followed by a special reception with the opportunity to mingle with fellow artsScene Toronto members, Turnout members and National Ballet dancers, and listen to an educational chat from guest speaker Peter Ottmann, Senior Ballet Master.
Thank you to everyone who came out and to the National Ballet for hosting such an incredible event!
Our thanks to Confederation Centre of the Arts for collaborating on the coordination of the event, to TD for investing in artsScene initiatives, to everyone who attended and continues to show their support for the arts, and to Basia Bulat for taking the stage and blowing us all away.
On December 5, artsScene Vancouver presented its final event of 2017.
Hosted in the Vancouver Art Book Fair’s permanent space and created by artsScene Vancouver Chair Alistair Henning, the event was an installation and panel discussion themed around the past, present and possible futures of zine culture.
artsScene PEI hosted an evening of holiday food & drink, featuring a new collection of artwork by Norma Jean MacLean and a screening of seasonal short films from the National Film Board of Canada.
About the artist: Norma Jean MacLean New work will feature a series of digital prints that visually process and organize past actions into new forms. The digital deconstruction of an oil painting made as an act of letting go is reconstructed into new defined forms in an attempt to keep it together.
artsScene Winnipeg is excited to invite you to an exclusive show and tour with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Join us for a performance of Swan Lake, one of the most popular classical ballets of all time, and a post-show backstage tour and talk.
Our good friends, the Young Associates, have extended an invite to join them for an exclusive seating at RAW: almond on the river. There are limited tickets remaining for this seating and all other regular tickets have been sold out, so this is your last chance for the experience this year!
artsScene Halifax engaged with Dalhousie University Master students on the value of supporting the arts in your community, for both professional and personal development, no matter their career goals using the Atlantic Film Festival as a case study. The discussion focused on: