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The Art of Misadventure

By (author) Dave Brosha
Foreword by Curtis Jones
Categories: Biography: arts and entertainment

Experience the quirky missteps, humorous adventures, and professional development of a renowned Canadian photographer in this entertaining memoir.

 

Join Canadian photographer, explorer, Fellow of the ...

L'atelier

« Les lieux nous définissent. Au-delà de ce qu’on soupçonne. C’est un atelier qui rend concret l’étrange état d’artiste. C’est là que les idées se condensent en objet; on y forge une ...

Narratology in Practice

By (author) Mieke Bal
Categories: History of art

This companion to the international classic Narratology: Introduction to the Theory of Narrative makes the well-known theory useful not only in literary studies, but in other disciplines in the humanities ...

Shift Change

Hamilton’s industrial age is over. In the steel capital of Canada, there are no more skies lit red by foundries at sunset, no more traffic jams at shift change. Instead, an urban renaissance is taking ...

Le Goût délicieux d'une mozzarella!

Voyagez dans le temps pour faire la rencontre de Piotr Ilitch Tchaïkovsky en suivant Minime, une charmante petite souris qui raffole du fromage et de la musique ! Sasha et Bobik attendent impatiemment ...

Goodbye, Guns N’ Roses

By (author) Art Tavana
Categories: Popular music

The final statement on one of the greatest bands of the twentieth century. A definitive, uncensored and exclusive biography of Guns N’ Roses entire history from a celebrated music journalist with exclusive ...

Text and Context

By (author) Richard Greenblatt
Categories: Acting techniques

Based on original techniques developed by actor/director/playwright Richard Greenblatt and sprinkled with personal anecdotes, Text and Context: The Operative Word is an invaluable handbook that offers ...

Travailleurs

By (photographer) Drowster
Categories: Human figures depicted in art

When looking at workmen, we contemplate and question our world. |At the end of a five-year photographic quest across 19 countries, Drowster has collected portraits of over 180 men practising jobs or trades ...

Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada

By (author) Sarah MacKenzie
Categories: Indigenous peoples

Despite a recent increase in the productivity and popularity of Indigenous playwrights in Canada, most critical and academic attention has been devoted to the work of male dramatists, leaving female writers ...