K+Blog: Jahmal Nugent

On February 16th I was given an opportunity to work alongside Koffler Gallery and assist Moroccan, Montreal based artist 2Fik to create an artwork onsite during An Honest Farewell, a four day city ...


2Fik & Lori Blondeau: LIVE

Interdisciplinary artists 2Fik and Lori Blondeau sit down in Koffler Gallery for an exclusive, candid conversation on their artistic practices....


Bad Jews

The Koffler Centre of the Arts presents the Toronto premiere of Joshua Harmon's thought provoking, poignant and viciously funny play, Bad Jews....


2Fik: Live

Artist 2Fik and curator Mona Filip in an onstage conversation....


Staff Picks

A hand-picked collection of the art and culture we love....


Think Tank

Essays from exciting thinkers on topics like Immigration and Identity....


The Slow Now

An audio walk through Little Italy inspired by Anne Michaels' Fugitive Pieces....


Self-Loving Jew

A comic series by Jonathan Rotsztain exploring secular cultural identity....


Passing Through

An audio walk exploring the art and history of Toronto....


Writing Home

Words + ideas from diverse Canadians wrestling with home and dislocation....


Lazaro’s Dream

An audio walk inspired by Michael Ondaatje's In the Skin of a Lion....


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