“We don’t have a mandate to be gender balanced.” – Seamus O’Keefe, event manager of the Iceberg Alley music festival.
With the new budget coming out, changes are underway for the arts community of St. John’s
The NSO’s Spring Pops show is not your typical symphonic event – which shouldn’t be a problem for sci-fi or music lovers. Jason Sheppard Kicker
Bhaveek Makan of Rendering Glint Films in Vancouver has roots in Newfoundland and wants to share a piece of home with the rest of the world.
As a classic audio format makes a strong comeback, music-loving consumers (and the music industry itself) are wondering about the future of the compact disc.
The Writer’s Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador is a welcoming community of like-minded authors reaching out for more members across the province.
Local publishing company Engen Books is always looking for new talent, and its upcoming book launch showcases a variety of different voices from across Atlantic Canada.
A victim of the horror that was Canada’s residential schools, Willie Thrasher turned to music to cope with the pain and suffering of being taken from his family and culture.
At 13 years old, Rowan Elsmore produces original travel videos well above his weight class.
Maudie is the talk of award seasons across the globe, and it’s helping female filmmakers in this province be “scene” and heard.