Art Links: An Ode to Miriam Schapiro
Miriam Schapiro, a leader of the feminist art movement, passed away at age 91.
Music Clip Of The Week: The Pixies are Mortified by Their Younger Selves
The band listen to a radio session for Georgia station WJUL, recorded in December 1986 when the group was still less than a year old.
Here Are the Films You Need to See At the East End Film Festival
This year’s programme is a feast for your eyeballs.
This Week’s Movie News in GIFs
Great beards think alike.
‘Slow West’ Director John Maclean Says Terrence Malick, The Coen Brothers and Robert Bresson Were Influences
There’s also a nod to Werner Herzog
Desiree Akhavan Thinks Making Fun of Brooklyn Is Too Easy
We interviewed the writer, director and star of the Brooklyn-set 'Appropriate Behaviour', which comes out on DVD this Monday.
Xiu Xiu Meets Twin Peaks
Is this the beginning of a whole year of Twin Peaks Season Three hype? Fine by us.
‘The Madness’ is More Than a Mere Footnote in the Madness Back Catalogue
It's time to reconsider the band's most overlooked album.
Keva Rosenfeld Revisited the 80s High School Teens of ‘All American High’
We spoke to the documentary filmmaker about his real-life ‘Fast Times’.
‘Future Shock!’ Tells The Story Of The Anarchic Comic 2000 AD
Founded in 1977, the leftfield publication legitmised comics as a whole and shaped the entertainment industry now drawing upon it.
Also on Canvas
Caste Quality On Van Styles
Earlier this year, Caste Quality visited Van Styles for a few days in San Fernando Valley for their "Artisan Series" set of short films.
If David Hockney Had Snapchat...
"If the screenshots were shared and made available on a public forum, Hockney would achieve his goal: making art accessible for the masses."