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Wayne Eardley at Star X with his exhibition of photographs from the Relative Project

Wayne Eardley

It’s rare to see Wayne Eardley without a camera in his hand. I could listen to him all day, talking about the stories behind his current exhibition of photographic prints from the Relative Project at Star X, his magical and

Wayne Eardley at Star X with his exhibition of photographs from the Relative Project

Wayne Eardley

It’s rare to see Wayne Eardley without a camera in his hand. I could listen to him all day, talking about the stories behind his current exhibition of photographic prints from the Relative Project at Star X, his magical and

Em Glasspool in Wreck Wee Em, photo by Andy Carroll

Wreck Wee Em

I met up with writer / performer Em Glasspool and director Linda Kash at Black Honey to talk about Glasspool’s first one person, auto-biographical play, Wreck Wee Em. Amidst the din of midday conversations and clinking of plates, they shared

Em Glasspool in Wreck Wee Em, photo by Andy Carroll

Wreck Wee Em

I met up with writer / performer Em Glasspool and director Linda Kash at Black Honey to talk about Glasspool’s first one person, auto-biographical play, Wreck Wee Em. Amidst the din of midday conversations and clinking of plates, they shared

Quality of Life at Evans Contemporary

Unpacking Artist Spaces

Which candidates understand the need for affordable space for artists? An election issue that crops up time and again in conversations with artists is the ongoing struggle to find and retain affordable space to create their work. With real estate

Quality of Life at Evans Contemporary

Unpacking Artist Spaces

Which candidates understand the need for affordable space for artists? An election issue that crops up time and again in conversations with artists is the ongoing struggle to find and retain affordable space to create their work. With real estate

Hartley Stephenson

Hartley Stephenson: Artist, Citizen Scientist, and a True Original

You’ve likely seen him marching purposefully downtown in bare feet until the first snowfall, with thick glasses and long hair, bearded and braided, in a big army overcoat brightly embellished with red fabric swatches. Hartley Stephenson is his own man,

Hartley Stephenson

Hartley Stephenson: Artist, Citizen Scientist, and a True Original

You’ve likely seen him marching purposefully downtown in bare feet until the first snowfall, with thick glasses and long hair, bearded and braided, in a big army overcoat brightly embellished with red fabric swatches. Hartley Stephenson is his own man,

Lester Alfonso
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Lester Alfonso makes his mark

Ah, the ReFrame Film Festival—those three days in winter where practically everyone we know is marching briskly along that slushy stretch of George between Market Hall, Showplace, and the Venue to catch the next film on social justice and environmental

Lester Alfonso
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Lester Alfonso makes his mark

Ah, the ReFrame Film Festival—those three days in winter where practically everyone we know is marching briskly along that slushy stretch of George between Market Hall, Showplace, and the Venue to catch the next film on social justice and environmental

Ancient (future) landscape I by Peter Barron

Peter Barron: The Garden of Earthly Delights

Peter Barron paints daily in a small shared studio on the third floor of the Commerce Building overlooking Mike’s Tattoo & Piercing on Water Street. He relocated there four years ago from the studio on George Street that he had

Ancient (future) landscape I by Peter Barron

Peter Barron: The Garden of Earthly Delights

Peter Barron paints daily in a small shared studio on the third floor of the Commerce Building overlooking Mike’s Tattoo & Piercing on Water Street. He relocated there four years ago from the studio on George Street that he had

Precarity and the Arts

Artist/therapist Brian Nichols wrote and made this presentation at the Work, Work, Work: Uncertainty and Precarity in Creative Labour panel on November 10, 2017 as part of the Precarious Festival of the Arts. The text is used here with his

Precarity and the Arts

Artist/therapist Brian Nichols wrote and made this presentation at the Work, Work, Work: Uncertainty and Precarity in Creative Labour panel on November 10, 2017 as part of the Precarious Festival of the Arts. The text is used here with his