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Courtesy of the Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto.

Lifting Canadian filmmakers to new heights

The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) is a non-profit, charitable organization that’s devoted to providing access to independent filmmakers. The artist-run centre by working filmmakers organizes over 150 workshops per year along with supplying affordable production equipment and facilities for people who want to make films. According to executive director Chris Kennedy, not …

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Photo courtesy of My Style By Kartia

My Style By Kartia: From blogs to runways

Kartia Velino is a Toronto fashion blogger and style consultant running the blog My Style By Kartia. She started blogging in June of 2015 and is currently working on developing her own clothing brand, which will debut on May 6. Velino’s line will be featured in  “An Awareness Fashion Show” which is in association with …

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Photo by Soul Woven

Fashion Spotlight: Soul Woven

Toronto native Claire Levick officially founded Soul Woven, an ethically-sourced fashion company, in 2015. Levick’s grassroots organization aims to connect authentic Guatemalan apparel with mindful consumers through fair trade. After travelling to Guatemala on a yoga contract, Levick met numerous native artisans who craft beautiful apparel like scarves, boots and jewelry by hand with ethically …

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Toronto band BART released their debut album Holomew on April 8 with Idée Fixe Records.

Album Review: Holomew by BART

Toronto progressive band BART released their debut album Holomew on April 8, under Idée Fixe Records. Hey, did you know if you put the band name in front of the album name, you get Bartholomew? Whoa, mind blown! The progressive sound the band displays in this nine-track album draws influences from a range of genres, …

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Toronto-based artist David Jones transports audience into a musical void, accompanied by psychedelic imageries. Photo by Clark McRorie.

“Don’t Speak,” a concert where talking is banned

On March 25, Array Space became a no-talk zone. The little music venue located south of Queen Street West hosted Don’t Speak, one of many concerts presented under the Wavelength series. It’s like any other concert, except there’s one rule — don’t speak. Even the artists were not above the law. Instead, there are cue cards …

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