“In a recent interview with Noisey, Brandon Flowers, said that new rock bands haven’t been achieving widespread popularity in recent times because “there hasn’t been anybody good enough. I submit that he’s in need of perspective, just as I was ten years ago “dancing” to Mr. Brightside at Lottie’s with my sixth White Russian sloshing in hand.”
Browsing: The Arts
“It’s really important to give well-earned credit to the young women who are standing behind feminist activism and might be looking at things differently than us … mentorship can foster that while also giving young people a platform so we can learn from them too.”
It’s that exciting time of year again: The St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival is taking over the town with a week’s worth of fabulous films, forums, workshops and events.
4 artists went into the night with 5 nominations each: Janet Cull, Ian Foster, Steve Maloney and The Once, while 3 names left with three trophies a piece: Steve Maloney, Janet Cull, and The Kubasonics.
“It’s a concept album that tells the story of a man struggling with mental illness after the loss of his significant other.”
Contact Improvisation is a dance form that originated in the ‘70s, drawing heavily on the martial art Aikido.
Jack Lynch and Len Graham are legends of their fields: storytelling and traditional singing and song collecting respectively.
“I think a lot of Canadians relate to the show because it looks toward the centers of power from the fringes, and most Canadians live in the fringes. The show has always been a kind of advocate for the underdog who’s not represented in the power structure.”
Recent Grenfell graduate Lauren Brinson has been named a regional winner of the 2017 BMO 1st Art Award for her piece “Small Talk.”
Sook Yin Lee is probably best known for her work as a CBC broadcaster (DNTO, Sleepover), and as the offbeat VJ on MuchMusic during the 90s. She’s also a prolific filmmaker, actor, musician, artist, and dance-maker.
Family Dinner is an immersive dinning experience that Chambers has been performing in different Canadian cities for four years.
“It’s just a brilliant piece of writing, it’s a riveting story that’s told in an interesting way.”