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SONY CENTRE PRESENTS THE 2ND ANNUAL DANCE COLLECTION

Following the sold-out success of its inaugural year, The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts announces programming for its second annual international Dance Collection, sponsored by BMO Financial Group.

Beginning this fall through to spring 2018, Toronto dance enthusiasts will enjoy performances by…

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Music and the Visual Arts Unite as the Aga Khan Museum Explores the Resilience of Culture in Times of Conflict

The Aga Khan Museum spans the spectrum of cultural expression with the opening of a new exhibition, Syrian Symphony: New Compositions in Sight and Sound. This immersive and interactive response from artists to the current situation in Syria, presented in association with Silkroad, the arts organization established by cellist Yo-Yo Ma, opens May 20, 2017, and runs until August 13, 2017.

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Canada ‘Buzzes’ Over Cannabis Convention

Canada’s premiere cannabis business industry event, the first-ever O’CANNABIZ Conference & Expo attracted over 3000 attendees during its three-day run from April 21 to 23 in Toronto. The event, held at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, featured an impressive lineup of over 80 speakers and 100 exhibitors from North America and abroad offering expert keynote presentations, panel discussions and seminars to explore the future of cannabis in Canada.

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AUCTION DEBUT OF LARGE-SCALE SIGNATURE WORK BY GROUP OF SEVEN’S FRANKLIN CARMICHAEL IS POISED TO CHALLENGE RECORD

Two celebrated works by Franklin Carmichael are the centerpieces to Consignor Canadian Fine Art’s upcoming Spring Auction of Important Canadian Art taking place May 25th at the Gardiner Museum, Toronto. A largescale oil painting, Old Orchard (1940), will make its auction debut having been privately owned by the family of Herbert Laurence Rous, founder of the renown Rous and Mann printing studio where many of the Group of Seven artists began their careers.

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IN CELEBRATION OF CANADA’S 150th THE AGA KHAN MUSEUM BECOMES A CANVAS FOR CANADIAN ARTISTS

The Aga Khan Museum marks Canada’s 150 years as a nation by transforming its renowned architectural spaces into canvases for expression and conversation about the complexities of Canadian identity in one of its most experimental exhibitions yet. Opening July 22, HERE: Locating Contemporary Canadian Artists, features more than 20 artists working in a wide variety of media, among them painting, sculpture, video, and textile, in a few cases presented in unexpected and provocative ways.

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