By Natalie Marynowski and Pema Tsering Paige Lindsay studied science at the University of Victoria for a year, but she quickly found out science wasn’t her real love. She took two years off school and traveled overseas. It was then she discovered her love for photography with a point-and-shoot camera. Lindsay traveled to Tunisia to visit her mother. “While I […]
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Irving Penn’s work has hung there. So has Stephen Shore’s and Eugène Atget. Now it’s a Ryerson student’s turn. Paige Lindsay, a fourth-year photography student, has her work on display at the Art Gallery of Ontario as a part of the 2013 – 2014 Aimia/AGO Photography Prize Scholarship Program. Students across Canada submitted portfolios within their universities. Judges at each […]
Taking a tropical vacation during spring break can be expensive. Instead of spending hundreds of dollars for a week on the beach, there are ways to enjoy the break on a budget here at home in Toronto. Here are 10 things to do for $10 or less: 1. Go for an evening skate Nathan Phillips Square features free DJ skate […]
First Thursdays happens on the first Thursday of each month, transforming the Art Gallery of Ontario into a nightspot. Combining artist talks with live music, crafts, drinks and appetizers, this event attracts university students, Iris Apfel doppelgangers and everyone in between. “It’s given a lot of my friends who make art or play in bands a chance to reach a […]
For the Rye local: Engage your mind and your belly tonight at the Ram in the Rye’s Trivia Night. Bring your friends and challenge them to a fun game of PubStumpers, the campus quiz game that covers a variety of topics from Olympic history to Juno Award winners of the recent past. Festivities begin at 7 p.m. For those with writer’s block: […]