Recycled Sculpture Show in London

Frogs made from recycled CDs and mobile phones. A heron designed from abandoned shopping carts recovered from a canal. Tires turned into crocodiles. Continue Reading

Britain’s Royal Ballet heads to Havana

A rare appearance of Britain’s Royal Ballet in Havana begins this week. Almost 100 dancers from Britain’s Royal Ballet has headed to Cuba for a series of shows, after the country having not hosted a foreign ballet for about 30 years. Continue Reading

Beethoven: live and twittered

The National Symphony Orchestra has recently announced it will be the first orchestra to deliver real-time program notes via Twitter during its upcoming performance of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6. Continue Reading


James Taylor supports BSO

Grammy-winner James Taylor will be the centre of a five-day festival with the Boston Symphony Orchestra – bringing in fans, attention, and some much-needed funds. The Continue Reading


Harbourfront features Building for the Economy

Among the art highlights this summer at Toronto's Harbourfront is "Building for the Economy", displaying installations featuring a response to architecture in conjunction with the Continue Reading


2010 Cultural Olympiad lineup announced

The Cultural Olympiad  celebrates the arts, sweeping music, dance, theatre, visual arts, media art, film, and literature all into one contemporary celebration. The festival highlights Continue Reading