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  • canadianopera - Canadian Opera Company @canadianopera 5 hours ago
  • The final opera in our upcoming #COC1920 season is Wagner’s THE FLYING DUTCHMAN. Legend has it that the Dutchman has been cursed by Satan, and can return to land only once every seven years to search for a true love that will release him from his suffering.
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Christopher Alden’s production of this Wagner opera is a COC classic and marks the very first opera that Johannes Debus conducted here after he was appointed our Music Director in 2009 — making this opera the perfect chance to celebrate a decade under his baton!
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#COCDutchman is on stage from May 1 to 16, 2020.
Learn more >> coc.ca/Dutchman
Subscriptions available now >> link in bio
📷 @coopershoots The final opera in our upcoming #coc1920 season is Wagner’s THE FLYING DUTCHMAN. Legend has it that the Dutchman has been cursed by Satan, and can return to land only once every seven years to search for a true love that will release him from his suffering. . Christopher Alden’s production of this Wagner opera is a COC classic and marks the very first opera that Johannes Debus conducted here after he was appointed our Music Director in 2009 — making this opera the perfect chance to celebrate a decade under his baton! . . #cocdutchman is on stage from May 1 to 16, 2020. Learn more >> coc.ca/Dutchman Subscriptions available now >> link in bio 📷 @coopershoots
  • The final opera in our upcoming #coc1920 season is Wagner’s THE FLYING DUTCHMAN. Legend has it that the Dutchman has been cursed by Satan, and can return to land only once every seven years to search for a true love that will release him from his suffering. . Christopher Alden’s production of this Wagner opera is a COC classic and marks the very first opera that Johannes Debus conducted here after he was appointed our Music Director in 2009 — making this opera the perfect chance to celebrate a decade under his baton! . . #cocdutchman is on stage from May 1 to 16, 2020. Learn more >> coc.ca/Dutchman Subscriptions available now >> link in bio 📷 @coopershoots
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  • storiesofours_to - Stories of Ours @storiesofours_to 1 day ago
  • Thank you so much to @thisistrophy for collaborating with Stories of Ours to deliver this beautiful event as part of the Worldviews Conference at U of T! And a huge thanks to our wonderful storytellers and guests. 💜 Thank you so much to @thisistrophy for collaborating with Stories of Ours to deliver this beautiful event as part of the Worldviews Conference at U of T! And a huge thanks to our wonderful storytellers and guests. 💜
  • Thank you so much to @thisistrophy for collaborating with Stories of Ours to deliver this beautiful event as part of the Worldviews Conference at U of T! And a huge thanks to our wonderful storytellers and guests. 💜
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  • alloycuratorial - Alloy Curatorial @alloycuratorial 1 day ago
  • In celebration of #torontopride2019 we wanted to showcase queer artists that have contributed to the art scene around town. ⁣
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JAC Collective was conceived in the 1980s by John Grube, Alex Liros and Clarence Barnes. The trio worked together for 8 years investigating the idea of gay art, exploring stereotypes associated with the gay male culture. They worked simultaneously on paintings at community events around the city, creating a visual record of the people interacting around them. ⁣
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The 3 artists explored themes such as the struggle for freedom in the post-bathhouse-raid era, early Pride celebrations, popular gay hangouts, celebrity and sexuality.⁣
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“JAC not only depicts the traditional cock and balls, but is also to be found sketching outdoors… trying to give visual expression to a growing sense of gay community.” ~JAC ⁣
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Their collection can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD4EA7399848930AB⁣
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#Torontoarts #queerartists #jaccollective #gayartists #changingminds #artrebellion⁣
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Source: @dailyxtra⁣
Photos: Alex Liros, Clarence Barnes and John Gruber. Photos from http://www.jearldmoldenhauer.com/last-toronto-demonstration-customs-censorship/ and https://www.lirosgallery.com/ameralexbio.html In celebration of #torontopride2019 we wanted to showcase queer artists that have contributed to the art scene around town. ⁣ ⁣ JAC Collective was conceived in the 1980s by John Grube, Alex Liros and Clarence Barnes. The trio worked together for 8 years investigating the idea of gay art, exploring stereotypes associated with the gay male culture. They worked simultaneously on paintings at community events around the city, creating a visual record of the people interacting around them. ⁣ ⁣ The 3 artists explored themes such as the struggle for freedom in the post-bathhouse-raid era, early Pride celebrations, popular gay hangouts, celebrity and sexuality.⁣ ⁣ “JAC not only depicts the traditional cock and balls, but is also to be found sketching outdoors… trying to give visual expression to a growing sense of gay community.” ~JAC ⁣ ⁣ Their collection can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD4EA7399848930AB⁣ ⁣ 🔗 ⁣ #torontoarts #queerartists #jaccollective #gayartists #changingminds #artrebellion⁣ ⁣ Source: @dailyxtra⁣ Photos: Alex Liros, Clarence Barnes and John Gruber. Photos from http://www.jearldmoldenhauer.com/last-toronto-demonstration-customs-censorship/ and https://www.lirosgallery.com/ameralexbio.html
  • In celebration of #torontopride2019 we wanted to showcase queer artists that have contributed to the art scene around town. ⁣ ⁣ JAC Collective was conceived in the 1980s by John Grube, Alex Liros and Clarence Barnes. The trio worked together for 8 years investigating the idea of gay art, exploring stereotypes associated with the gay male culture. They worked simultaneously on paintings at community events around the city, creating a visual record of the people interacting around them. ⁣ ⁣ The 3 artists explored themes such as the struggle for freedom in the post-bathhouse-raid era, early Pride celebrations, popular gay hangouts, celebrity and sexuality.⁣ ⁣ “JAC not only depicts the traditional cock and balls, but is also to be found sketching outdoors… trying to give visual expression to a growing sense of gay community.” ~JAC ⁣ ⁣ Their collection can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD4EA7399848930AB⁣ ⁣ 🔗 ⁣ #torontoarts #queerartists #jaccollective #gayartists #changingminds #artrebellion⁣ ⁣ Source: @dailyxtra⁣ Photos: Alex Liros, Clarence Barnes and John Gruber. Photos from http://www.jearldmoldenhauer.com/last-toronto-demonstration-customs-censorship/ and https://www.lirosgallery.com/ameralexbio.html
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