The Arts are alive and well in Victoria and the Moss Street Paint-In is a fun and vibrant event that proves it. Held every year, the Paint-In runs the length of Moss…

Darkness for Light took me by surprise, and I’m not afraid to admit it. So much so, that even though I’d intended to write about it right after visiting last week, I…

by Owen Schaefer If you’ve ever been to a Japanese festival, you’ve likely heard it: the “clap-clap-clap clap-clap-clap clap-clap-clap…clap” rhythm used to celebrate, open or close events. It is called the ippon…

When I checked Gallery Koyanagi’s website to see what was on, it told me that the exhibition was for Yoshihiro Suda, but there were no images. In fact, there is already an image for the upcoming Tabaimo show (something I’m hugely looking forward to), but for Suda? Nothing. It was unusual.

I find an enormous frustration in the fact that galleries and museums in Tokyo all seem to be closed on Mondays. Of course, I’m being unreasonable. There is no reason to expect…

by Owen Schaefer Free association with the word Vienna would likely conjure up icons of its cultural and musical past, and Mozart is likely to come up before Sigmund Freud. So perhaps…