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Fringe Binge 2021: A Unique Interpretation Of A Local Theatre Tradition

The theatrical art of improvisation is for times like this. As we awake from this Covid induced social hibernation, our need to get out and...

Urban Sketching In The Forest City

On a muggy Sunday morning, a group of Londoners sat in lawn chairs facing the Middlesex County Administration Building. But, they weren’t just there...

In Conversation with Monica Joy Peeff: On Technology and the Tactile

This article was originally published by Femme Art Review and is republished on LondonFuse through our affiliate partnership. London-based interdisciplinary artist Monica Joy Peeff combines...

Proud, Young, Black – Talking Art With Michelle Angela Jenkins

During an unusually mild December in London, Ontario, I had the privilege of sitting with London-born artist Michelle Angela Jenkins. Sitting cozy adjacent from...

Jenna Rose Sands On Self-Publishing Activism, Education, and Awareness

Jenna Rose Sands is an Cree and Ojibwe collage artist living in London. Her most recent project, Introducing Atrocities Against Indigenous Canadians for Dummies,...

At Home with Acrobats – Opening Night Review at Cirque du...

Fusers Chelsea Coubry-Forte, Gerard Creces and Jen Hillhouse attended the opening night of Cirque du Soleil's Crystal at Budweiser Gardens, and each took away...

Photo Gallery: London Fringe Festival’s Spectacular Showcase

The London Fringe Theatre Festival - a local showcase of independent artists - had a sold-out opening night on Tuesday, May 29 at the...

LondonFuse Invites You To Binge Cringe At Bad Art Festival II

It's amazing what passes for art these days. On Saturday, April 28, LondonFuse is opening their doors to celebrate the best of the worst the...

Undersung No More: Heroic Canadian Black Women Take Centre Stage In...

Portia White. Kay Livingston. Mary Ann Shadd. Rosemary Brown. Viola Desmond. Carrie Best. Our high school history curriculum may have glossed over them, but for...

VibraFusion Exhibition Turns Sound Into Sensation

Music is a universal language. It doesn't just cross cultures and borders, but the senses themselves. Play a favourite record and you can feel the...