With the launch of the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit at Pier 36 in New York, Issue No.5 features some of the city's most celebrated artists and arts leaders.
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A NEW HOME
FOR VAN GOGH
IN NEW YORK
IMMERSIVE VAN GOGH
LAUNCHES ARTIST IN
“My favourite part of this whole experience was getting to meet so many clients, including Google’s co- founder and our Lieutenant Governor in California.That was really exciting and I felt really lucky.”
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“I think I can solve the beef between New York and LA once and for all. If you compare the two cities, they will both lose. But if you take the best of both cities, they both win with flying colours.”
The Hamilton Set Designer takes on Immersive Van Gogh in New York
IMMERIVE VAN GOGH EXHIBIT
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THE PERFORMANCE COLLECTIVE
"We survived this long, because we do adapt. Everything is an opportunity to learn and to change."
Founding members of bluemouth inc., Lucy Simic and Stephen O’Connell, join us for an hour-long video interview
“The truth is that magic is an experience, and my personal belief is that it’s the experience of astonishment and wonder and that doesn’t only relate to just magicians, it can be to anyone."
The Britain's Got Talent
contestant reflects on the
neglected history of Black magicians
UK MAGICIAN AND PERFORMER
"Our goal as a company was and continues to be to democratize access to art and culture through leading edge technology."
The New York-based immersive art-and-culture technology company launches a new app
for Lighthouse Immersive.
A NEW APP FOR LIGHTHOUSE IMMERSIVE
"I have these two modes. The private mode is fine with the current situation because when I’m writing, I am in lockdown. But then there’s this question of what do we do with all of this? In terms of getting it to the real world?"
Watch the video interview with Egoyan for our IN FOCUS series.
FILM & STAGE DIRECTOR
ON PANDEMIC ERA CREATIVITY
“The city of San Francisco is incredibly committed to its non-profit arts sector because we know that the arts are a cornerstone to recovery—not just for our sector but for the city as a whole.”
The newly appointed Cultural Director reflects on the intersection of arts and activism
SAN FRANCISCO ARTS COMMISSION
“In both cities the cafes are a meeting spot for me and other artists. Here we might talk about the work we’re creating, the galleries we’re working with or the blocks we’re facing.”
Gordon discuss the roles of cafes in facilitating arts culture in a city
NEW YORK PAINTER ON CAFE
CULTURE IN NY AND TORONTO
“I think keeping people sticky takes a lot of work. You can’t just let people go—you need to let them know where they are, what we’re doing, and that we’re here.”
Ashley Wheater talks about creating the pipelines that support an equitable, inclusive future for ballet.
"Go forth unafraid. It might sound a bit cheesy – it’s my children’s high-school’s motto… But it fits. I grow and I am happiest when I am out of my comfort zone and…as hard as it might be, it is ultimately what propels me forward."
The TIFF Director answers our Proust Questionnaire
TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
“Anything that values the arts in our daily lives. That’s not going to solve all the problems, but that’s going to make a difference to some presenters and venues that have a huge impact on the benefit and well-being of our city.”
The artistic director answers our Proust Questionnaire
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR OF TORONTO JAZZ
“I used to say “we do everything except give money away,”—but now we do that too! This week we are distributing $560,000 to working artists using their homes or their studios to welcome other artists."