global arts news

cbc within the past 24 hours

  1. Harvey Weinstein charged with rape in NYC - PEOPLE-HARVEY WEINSTEIN/

    Harvey Weinstein was charged Friday with rape and another sex felony in the first prosecution to result from the wave of allegations against him that sparked a national reckoning over sexual misconduct.

  2. Inuit 'wear their culture on their sleeve, literally': Inuk designer gears up for Indigenous fashion week - Nooks Lindell

    Inuk designer Nooks Lindell didn't always feel like he fit in in Arviat, Nunavut. Now, the 28-year-old is heading to Toronto for the city's inaugural Indigenous fashion week.

  3. Morgan Freeman apologizes amid sexual misconduct allegations - LA Premiere of Olympus Has Fallen

    Morgan Freeman is apologizing to work colleagues "who felt uncomfortable or disrepected" by him, following a CNN report alleging sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour by the veteran actor.

  4. How music helps rehab patients learn how to move again - Jennifer Buchanan

    Research has revealed that music therapy can improve motor skills in patients with neurological disorder.

  5. Arrested Development co-stars apologize to Jessica Walter amid interview backlash - Arrested Development

    Jason Bateman and Tony Hale are apologizing for comments they made in defence of their Arrested Development co-star Jeffrey Tambor, who has been accused of verbal harassment of another co-star, Jessica Walter, on the show's set.

  6. Street Legal, Coroner Jenny Cooper series join CBC-TV's 2018-19 slate - Cynthia Dale

    Starting anew is a recurring theme across the new CBC-TV shows — including the revamp of character-driven past hit Street Legal — debuting alongside returning favourites for the 2018-19 season.

  7. Team of Indigenous architects represents Canada at 2018 Venice Biennale of Architecture - venice

    A group of 18 Indigenous architects from Canada and the U.S. are in Italy for an international architecture exhibition.

  8. Johnny Orlando, Toronto teen signed to major label, ready to take centre stage - johnny orlando

    You probably haven't heard of him, but 15-year-old Johnny Orlando may be Canada's next big pop-music export.

  9. Author Philip Roth dead at 85 - Books Philip Roth

    Philip Roth, a prize-winning novelist and fearless narrator of sex, death, assimilation and fate, has died.

  10. Renaming of Emily Carr painting spurs debate about reconciliation in art - Emily Carr_Indian Church_Church at Yuquot Village

    The painting depicts a colonial structure in an Indigenous setting, but it's the name of the work that's spurred a debate about how the art world should address reconciliation.

  11. 'It's about rain and health care and God': Roseanne reboot ends season with a hopeful note - TV Roseanne

    The reboot of Roseanne ended the season with a flood, a feast and a prayer. It was a hopeful climax to a show that's been popular and yet also divisive.

  12. Watchdog group calls on Netflix to pull 13 Reasons Why - 13 Reasons Why-Premiere Canceled

    A media watchdog group is calling on Netflix to pull its 13 Reasons Why series because of potentially harmful content.

  13. Prince Harry and Meghan make 1st official appearance as married couple - Britain Royals

    Prince Harry pays tribute to victims of the Manchester Arena bombing in his remarks at a garden party honouring his father, Prince Charles.

  14. Woman accuses R. Kelly of sex abuse - People R. Kelly

    A woman has filed a lawsuit in New York against R. Kelly, claiming the singer sexually assaulted her, locked her in rooms for punishment and infected her with herpes.

  15. Quebec judge authorizes class-action lawsuit against Just for Laughs founder Gilbert Rozon - Gilbert Rozon

    A Quebec Superior Court justice has given the green light to a class action against Gilbert Rozon, the Just for Laughs founder accused by about 20 women of sexual assaulted and harassment.

  16. Can art recreate a migrant's border trauma? This simulation might come close - carne user experience

    As the White House considers how to crack down on illegal border crossings, a virtual-reality project in Washington, D.C., that simulates the panic and despair of a migrant's journey has become a hit. The Oscar-winning project by Alejandro Inarritu has been booked solid since March.

  17. Robert Indiana, known for LOVE series, dies at 89 - Obit Robert Indiana

    Pop artist Robert Indiana, best known for his 1960s LOVE series, has died at his island home off the coast of Maine. He was 89.

  18. Ariana Grande sends love to fans on Manchester anniversary - 2018 Billboard Music Awards - Show

    Ariana Grande shared a message of hope with fans Tuesday on the anniversary of the bombing at Manchester Arena that killed 22 people.

  19. Winnipeg bhangra teacher 'mesmerized' by excitement of students learning about Punjabi culture through dance - Winnipeg Punjabi Arts Academy

    When Ranveer Brar learned bhangra through Indian dance coaches, he connected on a deeper level with his Punjabi culture and heritage. Now he's passing on his passion for bhangra and Punjabi culture to the next generation of aspiring dancers.

  20. How a Montreal music duo ended up making it big in Britain -  Banx & Ranx

    Banx & Ranx, a Montreal beat-making duo, couldn’t have predicted the success of their latest track, Answerphone. But their own stories offered hints.

Syndicated from: CBC