To delve into the creative process behind OBEY Convention X, we reached out to Creative Director Andrew Patterson to discuss what separates OBEY from other music festivals, the importance of inclusivity, and some highlights to look forward to in this year’s programming.
The Viking (1931) is a story which stretches from Hollywood to the coast of Labrador; however, it has largely been forgotten despite accomplishing a notable first in the Hollywood film industry, and holding a disastrous record which stands to this day.
SE Comics is back! First up is Taylor Furey with a death stare for all the Rat Boys out there.
Now free from the contractual servitude of corporate comedy, comedians of St. John’s are free to write their own next chapter.
Pink Eye Print Company quite literally have their hands in everything. Take a sneak peak of their new hand-screened and hand-bound artist book, and check out their autumn art sale today in St. John’s.
At 7pm on Friday, September 25th, 2015, Amery Sandford’s new gallery FOMO Island opens at St. Michael’s Printshop. The gallery, consisting of lithographs, relief work (woodcuts), screen prints and a performance piece, represents Sandford’s year in Newfoundland.
Daze Jefferies is a poet, experimental musician and academic living in St. John’s, NL. Her work explores the intersections of folklore, health and gender among two particular populations, trans people and sex workers.
August is an exciting time to be in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Let’s see, you’ve got George Street Fest, the Folk Festival in Bannerman Park, the Downtown Busker Festival, Shed Island, HOLD FAST and even more that I am probably forgetting, or maybe haven’t heard of
Spoken Word St. John’s is celebrating its 2-year anniversary this Sunday, and you can be a part of the poetry party. Join them at 7:30 PM @ The Ship Pub.