The Sound of Music

by Agata Waliczek

Less than three years ago, MySpace was an unadvertised, small social community. Now it’s the largest community on the Internet, with over 50 million users, according to the website, and a way for musicians to gain exposure

Going Green

by Jesse Cnockaert

“The idea is to transform the barns into a multi-tenant arts and environmental community centre. When the redevelopment is complete, the project has potential to offer some real advantages to artists and environmentalists in the area.”

A Social Affair

by Vernon Williston

“The Speakeasy has significantly evolved over the years, starting at first as a casual meeting of people to share ideas, then to a venue to show people art work and introduce them to new artists, and now it’s a low-key networking night for people in the creative industry.”


The Toronto Arts Council

by Alexandra Mazzuca

“Whether providing grant money for supplies like paint and canvas or money to rent studio time and equipment, the TAC provides support and assistance to organizations and individuals so that they can make their projects a reality.”

Documenting Canadian Art

by Nicholas Kyonka

The process of creating art is often long and laboured. The process of selling it is often more difficult still. For some, just finding a way for their art to be seen can become a harrowing chore.

Project Not-So-Much

by Alana Lowe

They are survivors of broken homes, school expulsions, homelessness, drug abuse, war torn countries, and gang violence. They are the young men of Project Not-So-Much, a unique collective made up of over 20 dynamic teens.

© 2006 Green Banana