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Folklore and Fashion: In Discussion with Reilly Knowles

This article was originally published by Femme Art Review and is republished on LondonFuse through our affiliate partnership. Using the language of feminism, folklore and...

To Play in the Face of Certain Defeat: Esmaa Mohamoud at...

This article was originally published by Femme Art Review and is republished on LondonFuse through our affiliate partnership. To Play in the Face of Certain...

This weekend will be a Free For (W)All in London, ON

This weekend, from Friday to Sunday, art and music take centre stage at several locations in London, ON. Free For (W)All, back in its third...

5 London Places to Drop In and Draw

Did you ever draw as a kid? Do you sometimes wish you could pick up the pencil again? Drawing is a fantastic skill to...

Therapeutic Exploration at the City Art Centre

Tucked away on the second floor of a heritage building in Carling Heights is the City Art Centre. For over 25 years, the City...

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,...

Jason McLean Brings The Love Back To London With Boomerang Smile

Amongst the local, visual art success stories... Jason McLean is a Brooklyn-based, London artist whose one of the many success stories out of H.B. Beal...

Light, Fun, Charming, And Gregarious: Five Years Of Tingfest

It's back... Posters and prints in a wide diversity of colours and styles adorn the walls of the Arts Project. A rack filled with tantalizing...

LondonFuse Weekend Guide: November 24-26

November 24th Music Poorage*NervousMen*Honest Blue*(licensed event) EVAC/ 755 Dundas St 8pm-11pm/ $5 or PWYC Caryl Thomas Band, Poesy at Call The Office Call The Office/ 216 York St 9pm-2am/ $10 Allstate Rocks...

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...