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2017


2016

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    12.01.16 THINK TANK ON MEMORY AND MIGRATION: PARDES TO SWADES BY ASAD CHISTI

    Part memoir, part think piece on immigration. Read.

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    11.30.16 THINK TANK ON MEMORY AND MIGRATION: THE NATURE OF THINGS BY LETTICIA COSBERT

    A letter to her mother that explore art, love, memory, and the intergenerational immigrant experience. Read.

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    11.22.16 KOFFLER GALLERY: YONDER

    Further explore the Koffler Gallery’s exhibition, Yonder. More.

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    11.22.16 STAFF PICK: ANDY SHAUF

    Picked by Mary. “A Saskatchewan singer/songwriter who is quite happy being a one-man band in the studio, thank you very much! A must listen for those who appreciate thoughtful, brilliant songwriting.” Discover.

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    11.22.16 STAFF PICK: THE SECRET PATH

    Picked by Mary. “A record, graphic novel, animated film, and most importantly a real life story that every Canadian should know about.” Discover.

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    11.22.16 KOFFLER LIVE: WRITING HOME

    Live audio recording of Koffler Salon: Writing Home, featuring Kae Sun, Jamal Mansour, Fan Wu, and Ayesha Chatterjee. Listen.

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    11.21.16 KOFFLER LIVE: YONDER PERSPECTIVES

    Live video recording of the Koffler Gallery’s panel discussion on inclusion through artistic practice, featuring Alain Pescador and artist Sarindar Dhaliwal. Watch.

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    11.21.16 STAFF PICK: FRIEND OR FOE BY JOHN SOBOL AND DASHA TOLSTIKOVA

    Picked by Jess. “Dasha was our artist-in-residence in the spring of 2016 and her work continues to be thoughtful, emotional, and entertaining.” Find out more.

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    11.21.16 STAFF PICK: COLOUR CODE

    Picked by Jess. The Globe and Mail’s podcast on race in Canada. Listen.

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    11.18.16 STAFF PICK: LIN-MANUEL MIRANDA ON WTF WITH MARC MARON

    Picked by Alex. “Two of my favourite people in one room. Talking for ninety minutes. Talking about the election with hope, kindness, and optimism. Dishing dirt about the cast of Hamilton. Yes please.” Listen on iTunes.

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    11.18.16 STAFF PICK: WHAT CAN FEAR TEACH US ABOUT LOVE?

    Picked by Alex. “An animated conversation between the artist and his parents, in which his parents drop a truth bomb about fear and love. Helped me write my wedding vows.” Watch at OnBeing.org.

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    11.18.16 STAFF PICK: CAITLIN MORAN

    Picked by Alex. “My bestie gave me Moran’s “How to Be a Woman”. At that point she had loaned it to so many women that the book was in tatters. It should be passed from woman to woman, read by anybody who knows a woman, and celebrated for its fierce vision of how womanhood can mean any damn thing we want it to mean. Her blog picks up where “How to Be a Woman” leaves off, and is just as good.” Read Caitlin's blog.

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    11.05.16 WRITING HOME: TEA HADŽIRISTIĆ

    Tea’s Letters from Sarajevo that investigate notions of home and personal identity. Read.

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    11.05.16 WRITING HOME: JAMAL MANSOUR

    Personal words and ideas from Jamal Mansour about his complex connections to home, and the identity of place. Read.

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    11.05.16 WRITING HOME: FAN WU

    Personal words and ideas from Fan Wu about his complex connections to family and home. Read.

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    11.05.16 WRITING HOME: AYESHA CHATTERJEE

    Four poems by Ayesha, exploring her complex connections to home. Read.

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    10.01.16 AUDIO WALK: LAZARO'S DREAM

    A thrilling, moody audio narrative that guides the listener through Toronto’s Danforth. Inspired by Michael Ondaatje’s In the Skin of a Lion. Listen.

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    09.24.16 AUDIO WALK: PASSING THROUGH

    An insightful, exciting audio walk exploring Toronto’s secret street art in the Union Station/St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood. Listen.

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    08.09.16 KOFFLER LIVE: IMAGINING THE FUTURE

    Live video broadcast recording of a Pecha Kucha-style talk on the future of arts and culture. Watch.

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    08.06.16 KOFFLER LIVE: THEATRE MEETS ACTIVISM

    Live video broadcast recording of our onstage conversation about the role of activism in performance. Watch.

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    06.25.16 THINK TANK ON PRIVACY: THE SLACK CHATS

    Excerpts of the online discussions between Naomi, Stephen, and Navneet for our Think Tank on Privacy. Read.

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    06.23.16 THINK TANK ESSAY: THE MISSING CHAIR BY STEPHEN THOMAS

    Stephen Thomas’s essay on privacy, longing, and transparency in therapy and among families. Part of our Think Tank on Privacy. Read.

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    06.16.16 THINK TANK ESSAY: ALONE IN THE DARK BY NAVNEET ALANG

    Navneet Alang’s essay on privacy, media, and technology. Part of our Think Tank on Privacy. Read.

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    06.09.16 THINK TANK ESSAY: THE BODY IN QUESTION BY NAOMI SKWARNA

    Naomi Skwarna’s essay on Kathryn Borel and the female body. Part of our Think Tank on Privacy. Read.

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    06.05.16 KOFFLER GALLERY PUBLICATION: RAYMOND BOISJOLY

    The digital publication of Over a distance between one and many, Raymond Boisjoly’s solo show in the Koffler Gallery. Read.

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    05.26.16 STAFF PICK: LOS ANGELES PLAYS ITSELF

    Picked by Tony. “An utterly captivating documentary for any film-lover, Hollywood history buff, or west coast/urban/American enthusiast. Digs deep into the history of film in America and the construction of the history and ethos of Los Angeles – the city, the geographic place, the celluloid invention, the myth, the movie set, and the style of life.” Watch trailer on YouTube.

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    05.26.16 #KXNTORONTO PHOTO ESSAY: CORSO ITALIA

    @AhmedAlkoka and Caroline Di Giovanni’s photo essay exploring Toronto’s Corso Italia eighbourhood. Read.

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    05.24.16 KOFFLER LIVE: UNPUBLISHED

    Live audio recording of the Koffler Salon on fear in writing, and unpublished works, featuring Julie Tepperman and Josh Saltzman. Listen.

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    05.19.16 KOFFLER LIVE: DASHA TOLSTIKOVA AND LISA MOORE

    Live audio recording of Dasha Tolstikova and Lisa Moore on stage in conversation. Listen.

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    05.19.16 #KXNTORONTO PHOTO ESSAY: THE JUNCTION

    @HollySisson and Stephen Thomas”s photo essay exploring Toronto’s Junction neighbourhood. Read.

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    05.12.16 #KXNTORONTO PHOTO ESSAY: CHINATOWN

    @Mindz.Eye and Marjorie Chan”s photo essay exploring Toronto’s Chinatown neighbourhood. Read.

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    05.05.16 #KXNTORONTO PHOTO ESSAY: REGENT PARK

    @AhmedAlkoka and Dalton Higgin’s photo essay exploring Toronto’s Regent Park neighbourhood. Read.

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    04.12.16 COMIC SERIES: SELF-LOVING JEW PART III

    Part III of Jonathan Rotsztain’s comic series on secular identity and freedom of ideas. Read.

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    04.17.16 KOFFLER LIVE: RAYMOND BOISJOLY IN CONVERSATION

    Live audio recording of Raymond Boisjoly in conversation at the Koffler Gallery. Listen.

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    04.14.14 COMIC SERIES: SELF-LOVING JEW PART II

    Part I of Jonathan Rotsztain’s comic series on secular identity and freedom of ideas. Read.

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    04.07.16 COMIC SERIES: SELF-LOVING JEW PART I

    Part I of Jonathan Rotsztain’s comic series on secular identity and freedom of ideas. Read.

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    03.27.16 KOFFLER GALLERY PUBLICATION: HOWARD PODESWA

    The digital publication of A Brief History, Howard Podeswa’s solo show at the Koffler Gallery. Read.

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    03.21.16 KOFFLER LIVE: MEMORY AND ARCHITECTURE

    Live audio recording of our Koffler Salon about memory, buildings, and spaces featuring Daniel Rotsztain and Maggie Hutcheson, with live music by Rebecca Campbell. Listen.

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    03.03.16 HOW TO BUILD A FIRE EP. 6

    The finale in our original six-part radio thriller by Kat Sandler. Listen.

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    02.25.16 HOW TO BUILD A FIRE EP.5

    Episode five of our original six-part radio thriller by Kat Sandler. Listen.

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    02.18.16 HOW TO BUILD A FIRE EP.4

    Episode four of our original six-part radio thriller by Kat Sandler. Listen.

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    02.16.16 KOFFLER LIVE: IN RETROSPECT

    Live audio recording of the Koffler Centre’s Salon on memory and artistic influence featuring Evalyn Parry, Anna Chatterton, and Judy Batalion. Listen.

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    02.11.16 HOW TO BUILD A FIRE EP. 3

    Episode three of our original six-part radio thriller by Kat Sandler. Listen.

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    02.04.16 HOW TO BUILD A FIRE EP. 2

    Episode two of our original six-part radio thriller by Kat Sandler. Listen.

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    01.28.16 HOW TO BUILD A FIRE EP. 1

    Episode one of our original six-part radio thriller by Kat Sandler. Listen.


2015


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    12.01.15 STAFF PICK: MOLLY DRAKE

    Picked by Mona. “I’m in love with this music these days. It’s Nick Drake’s mother, her old unknown recordings from the ’50s.” Listen on Bandcamp.

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    12.01.15 - STAFF PICK: RAMS

    Picked by Cathy. “A beautiful, odd film whose subject concerns two brothers who haven’t spoken for 40 years. What reunites them, is likely something that probably only makes sense in Iceland.” Watch trailer on YouTube.

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    12.01.15 STAFF PICK: LITHUB

    Picked by Alex. “Natalie and I discovered LitHub at Book Expo in New York City last year. They were giving out the best tote bags. But besides that, the site features well-curated, gorgeous content for book lovers including interviews, elegant listicles, a great sense of humour, and long form essays about writing and writers.” Head to LitHub.

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    11.29.15 KOFFLER GALLERY PUBLICATION: ISABEL ROCAMORA

    The digital publication of Troubled Histories and Ecstatic Solitudes, Isabel Rocamora’s solo show at the Koffler Gallery. Read.

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    11.26.15 #KXNTORONTO PHOTO ESSAY: ST. JAMESTOWN/CABBAGETOWN

    @Jamaalism and Antanas Sileika’s photo essay exploring Toronto’s St. Jamestown/Cabbagetown. Read.

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    11.19.15 #KXNTORONTO PHOTO ESSAY: KENSINGTON MARKET

    @Soteeoh and Joyce Wayne’s photo essay exploring Toronto’s Kensington Market neighbourhood. Read.

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    11.12.15 #KXNTORONTO PHOTO ESSAY: THE BEACHES

    @EllePhoto and Catherine Graham’s photo essay exploring Toronto’s Beaches neighbourhood. Read.

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    11.05.15 #KXNTORONTO PHOTO ESSAY: PARKDALE

    @Phraction and Emily Pohl-Weary’s photo essay exploring Toronto’s Parkdale neighbourhood. Read.

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    10.19.15 THINK TANK ESSAY: A CANADIAN IS A CANADIAN IS A CANADIAN BY AZFAR RIZVI

    Azfar Rizvi’s essay, A Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian on constructing identity in a new country. Part of our Think Tank on Identity. Read.

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    10.12.15 THINK TANK ESSAY: BAD FEMINIST BY KATIE BOLAND

    Karie Boland’s essay, Bad Feminist on the “schizophrenic split” of being an actress. Part of our Think Tank on Identity. Read.

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    10.10.15 STAFF PICK: WHEN BREATH BECOMES AIR BY PAIL KALANITHI

    Picked by Cathy. “This book should be gut wrenching, but, instead, it is a thoughtful, poignant attempt to try to make sense of dying at 37.” Learn more at Goodreads.

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    10.05.15 KOFFLER LIVE: LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, JONATHAN GOLDSTEIN!

    Live audio recording of Jonathan Goldstein’s onstage discussion at the Koffler Centre. Listen.

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    10.05.15 KOFFLER LIVE: COMPLEX, A STAGED READING

    Live audio recording of the staged reading of Complex by Rebecca Appelbaum. Listen.

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    10.05.15 KOFFLER LIVE: A RIGOROUS METHOD

    Live audio recording of the Koffler Gallery’s conversation about the intersections between math and art, featuring Dr. John Mighton and Kriistina Lahde. Listen.

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    10.05.15 KOFFLER LIVE: IDENTITY AND CULTURE IN THEATRE

    Live audio recording of the Koffler Centre’s onstage discussion on identity in theatre practice, featurnig Nir Paldi and Ruth Madoc-Jones. Listen.

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    10.05.15 KOFFLER LIVE: ERRATIC NARRATIVES AND ARCHIVAL DIVERSIONS

    Live audio recording of the Koffler Gallery’s onstage discussion on reality, imagination, and memory, featuring Alison Pick, Maia Sutnik, and Donna Bernardo-Ceriz. Listen.

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    10.05.15 KOFFLER LIVE: POST-SECULAR IDEAS IN CONTEMPORARY CULTURE

    Live audio recording of the Koffler Gallery’s onstage discussion on post-secularism in contemporary art, featuring Mark Cauchi and John Caruana. Listen.

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    10.05.15 KOFFLER LIVE: INSTRUMENT OF KNOWLEDGE (PAINTING AS PHILOSOPHY)

    Live audio recording of the Koffler Gallery’s onstage discussion on the power of painting, featuring Howard Podeswa, Nicole Collins, and Jinny Yu. Listen.

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    10.05.15 KOFFLER LIVE: TRICK OF THE EYE AND SLEIGHT OF HAND

    Live audio recording of the Koffler Gallery’s onstage discussion about magic, illusion and art, featuring magician David Ben. Listen.

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    10.05.15 KOFFLER LIVE: DAN BERGERON IN CONVERSATION WITH DAVID LISS

    Live video recording of the Koffler Centre’s onstage discussion around street art aesthetics featuring Dan Bergeron and David Liss. Watch.

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    10.05.15 AUDIO WALK: THE SLOW NOW

    An imaginative, lyrical walk through Little Italy, inspired by Anne Michaels’ Fugitive Pieces. Download.

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    10.05.15 THINK TANK ESSAY: PINK CITY BY NAOMI SKWARNA

    Naomi Skwarna’s essay Pink City on building cultures through Instagram. Part of our Think Tank on Identity. Read.

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