By Matthew Rosenblatt The Toronto Light Festival offers a visual journey and a playful adventure throughout the walking streets of Toronto’s Distillery District. During the cold, dark days of winter, The Toronto Light Festival offers visitors a reason to bundle up, get outside, and celebrate the season, creativity, and life in the big city. The…

For the first time ever, Ordnance Survey’s (OS) recent experimental and custom cartography and geodata visualisations have been brought together in a free-to-access-online-virtual-art-gallery. The GeoDataViz (GDV) exhibition can be explored on laptops and PCs and presents visitors with a perfect blend of OS’s art and Science. From giant maps of Mars and the recent anniversary…

By Amanda Dunn For many collectors, their interest in acquiring art is a passion. People spend their entire lifetime building their collection, and it can make up a substantial part of their net worth. But, unlike the thoughtful planning that is often intrinsic to other assets, the majority of collectors have not crafted a plan…

By Alexis Dixon Alexis Dixon Presents the Notes to Our Sons and Daughters Project I heard my sister’s voice crying out on October 9, 2012. Though I have never met Malala Yousufzai, this 14-year-old Pakistani girl is part of my family and yours. That October, while traveling to school, this young advocate of universal education was shot…

By John Preus Visual art, like fiction, is a form of theological and political speculation about what might be possible given certain structural changes. Fiction asks, “What if? What would you do if this happened? How might things be different if we believed this?” In visual art these same questions are abstracted into material or…

By Christopher Zacher Most people won’t admit that they find home movies terribly boring. In reality, though, who actually wants to watch a 4-hour recording of a youth soccer game even if it is your own child on the screen? For many people, videos are a way to preserve memories and forge connections between different…

By William Jenkins, Content Editor of Legacy Arts An Interview with William Cordova WJ: What influenced you in your career path? WC: A combination of factors was essential in my development as a cultural practitioner. My practice is interdisciplinary and fluid. Constantly evolving. I started out with terrible grades in high school, only to worsen at…

By Jennica Schwartzman Filmmaker couple bringing fun and family to the sets, behind-the-scenes, and events of Hollywood. My husband and I have spent the last few weeks going to the cinema every single day and thanking people for coming out to see our most recent film. Parker’s Anchor is our most recent romantic drama about loss,…

By Jamie Yuenger I never expected to become a confessor. When I founded StoryKeep in 2010, I was focused on the craft of storytelling itself—on pacing, narrative arcs, and the like. After all, my dream was to make documentary films and legacy books for families that were studio-quality. But having worked with over 80 families, I’ve come…

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