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Helen Lam

Arts Writer

Helen Lam is a Toronto transplant following arts and culture around the city. She can found around Centretown writing, reading, and chasing down OC Transpo buses, which she never catches.


Canada Scene: Dance Machine

In the National Arts Centre (NAC) Salon from July 12-15, you’ll find Dance Machine, battery opera performance’s interactive installation of 64 pieces of bamboo hung from a large copper disk. A brainchild of Malaysian-Canadian dancer and choreographer Lee Su-Feh, Dance Machine makes the case for dance as a collective act, to be created as well as experienced.

Exhibition: Our Masterpieces, Our Stories at the National Gallery of Canada

The National Gallery of Canada’s foray to Canada Scene is Our Masterpieces, Our Stories, a visual art exhibition on from June 15 to September 4. It is a sweeping look backwards at the breadth of Canadian art from “time immemorial” to 1967. With a bird’s eye view of Canadian art through the centuries, this exhibit is a good starter before you delve into other visual art exhibits this summer.