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To School or Not To School? We’ve Got a Textbook for You!

If you’d like a permanent memento of the occasion, gain a deeper appreciation of what you saw, or even enjoy the experience from a distance, then you owe it to yourself to purchase the souvenir book now available. It features over 50 full-colour reproductions of Van Gogh’s paintings, as well as numerous photographs of what […]

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ONE YONGE STREET: A CONVERSATION

    The Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit has been very lucky to be able to continue welcoming guests during the COVID-19 crisis, while adhering to the necessary social distancing measures. One of the reasons it’s been able to do that is thanks to the building housing the exhibit, the historical Toronto Star building at One […]

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The Reviews Are A-Coming In!

“I confess I was a bit skeptical going in. As someone who has been privileged enough to see famous art in the flesh, so to speak, around the world as well as here in Toronto, I wondered: could projections of paintings on walls and floors be thrilling?” Debra Yeo, The Star You came, you saw, […]

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WE’RE OPEN!

The wait is over, The Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit opens to the public today! To meet and exceed social distancing standards, we have created two separate galleries to accommodate foot traffic as well as a drive-in experience. Gallery 1 opens today with social distancing circles and a requirement for all our staff and patrons to […]

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Persevering Despite the Lockdown: Interview with Founder of Show One Productions

Just over a year ago, a groundbreaking partnership between Show One Productions (founded by Svetlana Dvoretsky) and Starvox Entertainment (founded by Corey Ross) created Lighthouse Immersive to bring you the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit. The world has changed significantly since Svetlana and Corey combined their efforts to create a permanent arts space in downtown Toronto, […]

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Persevering Despite the Lockdown: Interview with Founder of Starvox Entertainment

Just over a year ago, a groundbreaking partnership between Starvox Entertainment (founded by Corey Ross) and Show One Productions (founded by Svetlana Dvoretsky) created Lighthouse Immersive to bring you the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit. The world has changed significantly since Corey and Svetlana combined their efforts to create a permanent arts space in downtown Toronto, […]

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Art and Mental-Health After the Lockdown: Interview with Dr. Melissa Meade

Understanding the adverse effects of two months of quarantine on our mental health is going to be a major topic of interest for psychologists and researchers in the coming months. As always, art experiences can provide a soothing balm in moments of crisis. While the performing arts have evolved new ways to connect with us […]

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Toronto’s Van Gogh Exhibit Will Reopen In July With Social Distancing Circles

Like many attractions, the Van Gogh exhibit is going to be operating a little differently than initially planned this summer. The immersive installation recently announced its drive-thru experience that will open next month. Now, the exhibit has revealed another method of keeping viewers spaced out. Toronto’s Van Gogh exhibit will be using social distancing circles when it […]

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Social Distancing Circles to be Integrated into Immersive van Gogh Experience in Toronto

MEDIA ADVISORY Toronto, ON (May 27, 2020) — Continuing to be on the forefront of creativity and innovation during the coronavirus era, organizers of the Immersive van Gogh exhibition, who recently announced the world’s first drive-in exhibition coming to Toronto, have debuted plans to integrate social distancing circles into the immersive digital art experience when […]

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Fact-checking 9 Van Gogh Myths

‘After all is said and done, more is said than done,’ goes the old saying. Indeed a lot has been said about the life and times — and death — of Vincent Van Gogh, one of art history’s most renowned figures.  In the 130 years since his death, the myths generated about Van Gogh, his time in […]

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