Guide to museum-quality fine art on the Internet, with directory of artists, collections, and other resources. Learn about great artists and their masterpieces in the Artcyclopedia, as well as common art terms, periods and movements, and art museums worldwide.
- Cirque du Soleil (24)
- Canada Council for the Arts, The
Offers grants, services, and awards to professional Canadian artists and arts organizations.
- Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO)
Art museum located in Toronto, Canada, featuring collection of works from 11th century to present day. Find information on gallery, education programs, and visiting hours.
- Colbert, Gregory (b. 1960) (2)
Gregory Colbert is best know for his exhibition "Ashes and Snow," which includes more than 100 large-scale photographic artworks, a one-hour film and two nine-minute film haikus. Emphasis is placed on producing images that are not digitally collaged or superimposed.
- CN Tower
World's tallest tower and free standing structure, standing over 1,815 ft. Find information on the tower's 360 Restaurant and reservations . In English and French.
- Banff Centre (4)
Find sites for Banff Centre, an arts, cultural, and educational institution with conference facility located at Banff, Alberta. Sites feature the center, programs offered, workshops, production details, and the media institute at the center.
- Burtynsky, Edward (b. 1955) (2)
Enjoy Edward Burtynsky, the Canadian photographer and his famous works of sweeping views of scarred or altered landscapes, mine tailings, quarries, and scrap piles. Sites offer biography, bibliography, image archives, and exhibition of the works of the photographer whose imagery explores the intricate link between the industry and nature.
- Shaw Festival
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario festival featuring productions from April to November in three theatres. Specializes in plays written by George Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries.
- Glenbow Museum
Art and history center offering visitors a cultural museum, an art gallery, a library and archives of western Canadian history. Site includes virtual exhibits and this week in Canadian history.
- Kabalarian Philosophy
Promotes the study of mathematics and language as the two basic laws of life. Also offers name reports to see if your name fits your personality.
- Virtual Museum of Canada (VMC) (5)
- Harbourfront Centre (2)
Explore Harbourfront Center located in Toronto, Ontario through sites which feature upcoming events, program reviews, rental details, podcasts, as well as the Harbourfront Reading Series.
- Stratford Festival of Canada
Repertory theatre festival producing, to the highest standards possible, the best works of theatre in the classical and contemporary repertoire, with special emphasis on the works of William Shakespeare.
- Le Mus?e de la Civilisation ? Qu?bec
- National Arts Centre (NAC)
Offers a complete, up-to-date listing of performances, festivals, exhibits, and special events.