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Shakespeare Wrote For Money - July 2015

July 2015

Books Read:

  •  Henry V, War Criminal? & Other Shakespeare Puzzles by John Sutherland & Cedric Watts

  • The Fortunes of Falstaff by John Dover Wilson…

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Shakespeare Wrote For Money

Art lies....

“Art lies in environment, in our point of view, and the angle from which we see life.”

~ Emily Carr

Tom Thomson

From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia @ the AGO

I’ve always loved Canadian art, especially those of the Group of Seven. So when I found out about the Emily Carr exhibition at the AGO, I knew that I needed to go. 206 more words


Summer in the City, Indoors

Too hot?  Rainy?  We’ve got you covered for some fun things to do with kids–inside!


My approach to art education is to get kids in front of art early and often.  491 more words

About Town

"You Walked Right Past Picasso!"

I recently had the unexpected pleasure of accompanying a few teenagers to the art gallery. It was a last minute replacement for their original plan, and I feared boring them to bits. 441 more words


On Montréal Play #4...and "What gets lost in the dark green forests of translation"

Montréal Play #4—The Magnificent Voyage of Emily Carr by Jovette Marchessault, translated by Linda Gaboriau.

SOPHIE: I’m not an artist like my friend Em’ly—inside her tunnel, she opens doors to bring us closer.

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The day after Canada Day

There are 10 days left to catch the fantastic “From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia” at the @ago. I was a tourist in my own town and spent the afternoon at this exhibit and the other that’s just opened recently: “Picturing the Americas: Landscape Painting from Tierra del Fuego to the Arctic.”  You have some time on the second; it’s in town until September 20. 291 more words