Category Archives: Music

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,

Justin Hiscox Photo by Celia Hunter for The Millbrook Times

The musical eloquence of Justin Hiscox

I suspect it’s music, not blood, that runs through Justin Hiscox’s veins. One of the most original, gifted and passionate souls in our community, Hiscox uses sound and music like clay, molding it to whatever project he’s working on. He

Justin Hiscox Photo by Celia Hunter for The Millbrook Times

The musical eloquence of Justin Hiscox

I suspect it’s music, not blood, that runs through Justin Hiscox’s veins. One of the most original, gifted and passionate souls in our community, Hiscox uses sound and music like clay, molding it to whatever project he’s working on. He

The Lonely Parade poster with art by Luna Slater

The Sheer Luxury of The Lonely Parade

Officially, you might call them a garage band, because I first saw them several years ago playing in front of a garage at the Gilmour Street Yard Sale. And I like that they haven’t thrown out the garage aesthetic even

The Lonely Parade poster with art by Luna Slater

The Sheer Luxury of The Lonely Parade

Officially, you might call them a garage band, because I first saw them several years ago playing in front of a garage at the Gilmour Street Yard Sale. And I like that they haven’t thrown out the garage aesthetic even

Erring 2014 Installation by Gillian Turnham and Hartley Stephenson

Erring on the Mount

I once determined, after a particularly retrograde period in my life, that my new goal would be not to succeed, but to commit to making 1000 mistakes. So I have a certain trust in error as a method, a way

Erring 2014 Installation by Gillian Turnham and Hartley Stephenson

Erring on the Mount

I once determined, after a particularly retrograde period in my life, that my new goal would be not to succeed, but to commit to making 1000 mistakes. So I have a certain trust in error as a method, a way

Islands of Decolonial Love

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

Listening to Leanne Betasamosake Simpson recite her poetry begets poetry. I quickly fall in step with her cadence. She carefully parts the clouds with language. I was lying on the grass looking up at clouds in a perfect summer sky

Islands of Decolonial Love

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

Listening to Leanne Betasamosake Simpson recite her poetry begets poetry. I quickly fall in step with her cadence. She carefully parts the clouds with language. I was lying on the grass looking up at clouds in a perfect summer sky

Investing in wonder

I often ponder why we go to all the trouble of celebrating holidays – decorating our homes, preparing and sharing special meals, travelling long distances, planning over the course of a month just for one special day. We don’t just

Investing in wonder

I often ponder why we go to all the trouble of celebrating holidays – decorating our homes, preparing and sharing special meals, travelling long distances, planning over the course of a month just for one special day. We don’t just