Lighthouse Immersive's Journal 

WELCOME TO LIGHTHOUSE IMMERSIVE'S IN-HOUSE JOURNAL: A COLLECTION OF ESSAYS AND REFLECTIONS CONTRIBUTED EXCLUSIVELY BY STAFF MEMBERS FROM TORONTO, CHICAGO, AND SAN FRANCISCO!

PARIS IN THE TIME OF NEO-IMPRESSIONISM

ELLINA SAVITSKY - TORONTO

"What does ‘independent’ really mean? It’s a question as relevant today as it was in 1884 when Paul Signac and a group of avant-garde artists came together to form the Société des Artistes Indépendants, also known as the Salon des Indépendants."

SAVING CHAGALL

NATASHA ABRAMOVA - ASSOCIATE PRODUCER - TORONTO

"Late in the morning of April 26th (I will remember this minute and second until the end of my life) it was all over the news and in the newspapers; Byrna called me in tears. The sale was cancelled."

DIGITALLY CREATIVE: HOW THE ARTS GOT ONLINE

CAMILLA MIKOLAJEWSKA - EXHIBIT STAFF - TORONTO

"Incorporating the digital experience in the art world is inevitable. Regardless of a pandemic, technology will continue to evolve and it is important for the arts to find their way into this medium. Through things like virtual museum tours, online courses, and when conditions allow, Immersive Exhibits, we are reinventing the experience of art and making it accessible to all in a new and fresh way."  

VINCENT VAN GOGH: IMMERSED IN GENIUS

BY ELLEN HE - COPYWRITER - TORONTO

"To see The Potato Eaters and feel how each figure’s complexity as a human is profoundly captured. To see his self-portraits marking his life’s evolution, from his straw hat, his 1889 piece in Saint-Rémy, his bandaged ear. "I am looking for a deeper likeness than that obtained by a photographer,” he said, with 43 self-portraits made in his artistic career. He wrote, “People say, and I am willing to believe it that it is hard to know yourself. But it is not easy to paint yourself, either.”

HIGHTLIGHTS
FROM PAST
ISSUES

GUILLAUME CÔTÉ

NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE ORCHESTRA

ALEXANDER NEEF

FFDN FESTIVAL

ROUTE 66

PIA KLEBER, UofT