The winners of the 13th annual Art Exposed Jurors’ Choice Awards have been named.
Regional art exhibit Art Exposed is running until March 12 at the
Women’s fine art is the subject of a show highlighting female works that are considered masterpieces all over Canada and far beyond its borders.
The “Celebrating Canadian Women Artists” exhibition at Mayberry Fine Art is showcasing paintings by Canada’s most
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The defense wins the championship, but it helps to score more runs.
That’s how School of the Arts captured its fourth straight Rochester City Athletic Conference tournament championship. In the second iteration of the league hosting its final on a
The Gordie Howe International Bridge project team plans to commission a piece of art that commemorates the Underground Railroad.
The piece will be a free-standing work of art located in an accessible area outside the Canadian port of entry. It
Gallery only able to occupy its current home at the historic Bell Mansion until May 30, 2025
Following the Greater Sudbury city council’s decision last month to delay the Junction East Cultural Hub, representatives of the Art Gallery of Sudbury
Vladimir Putin visited the Russia-occupied city of Mariupol in Ukraine
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First son Hunter Biden’s New York Metropolis artwork seller Georges Berges is looking on Congress to provide his well-known consumer a break after getting a collection of calls for for data from Home Republicans.
Berges, whose eponymous SoHo gallery reps