Walter Mackey is a 20-something year old writer from a small town in rural Newfoundland of approximately 30 people. He has to tell people from town he’s from Splash ‘n’ Putt because they don’t know where Culls Harbour is located.
Heather Nolan is a 23-year-old musician, photographer, writer, and otherwise dreamer who currently resides in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador. She has been publishing poetry and fiction for 10 years.
Artist Amery Sandford and writer Allison Graves are collecting submissions until the deadline this Sunday, June 28th, for their art and literary exhibition Maybe, Probably that will be showing at the St. Michael’s Printshop for Hold Fast.
“The big thing about anyone who wants to be an artist, or a poet, or a writer is that you can’t just be that one thing,” says Bolduc, “You have to find creative ways to keep doing what you love to do. In the midst of a changing atmosphere within your medium.”
Secret East TV has teamed up with Spoken Word St. John’s to offer a capture of the poetry and performance of Riley Palanca in our first Spoken Word at the Log Cabin session. We’ve combined a video feature with three pieces of audio, and the accompaniment of a written profile, courtesy of contributor Russell Cochrane.
“It’s entirely a light-based installation, except there will be the words “Good Little Girl.” A reference to the kind of culture that breeds the idea of purity and teaches little girls that they should be pure and if they’re not careful they might become tainted — and that tainted equals worthless,”
Created and crafted by talented Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University (NSCAD) grad, artist and toy maker Vanessa Wilson, Sugar Town Studio is an emerging line of strange and endearing hand-crafted figurines that are taking Halifax by storm.
Artist Ashley Smallwood talks about going from hobby to day-job with her line of Newfoundland-centric Pop Art prints.
Nocturne: Art at Night occurred on October 18th, 2014 in Halifax, NS.
Take a visit through the lens of Paul Rebar.