In response to difficult and devastating times due to the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly for magicians who work in the gig economy, the Slaight Family Foundation has pledged to help.
Janet Dey’s current art exhibition, which features photographs of magicians of yesteryear that are adorned with her distinctive treatment, will be on exhibition at the Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto until March 14.
The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) officially opened the art exhibition Illusions: The Art of Magic on February 22, and it celebrates the Golden Age of Magic.
Nominations for the 2019 Allan Slaight Awards are now open. Do you know someone who has made an outstanding contribution to magic?
Don’t fall out of your chairs. You read that correctly. The next issue of Magicol, No. 195, is at the printers and coming to you soon.
Jamy Ian Swiss closes out the Lyons Den book review column with some final thoughts.
Jamy Ian Swiss concludes his Take Two column for Magicana. Who knew this project would blossom into a considerable collection of seventy-one essays?
In this, the seventy-first and final installment of the Take Two series by Jamy Ian Swiss, we get a glimpse of the prolific and ever-mysterious cardician, Ed Marlo.
Here is another jam-packed full book review by Jamy Ian Swiss, this time covering two new releases: Interpreting Magic and Eugene Burger: From Beyond.