There is no shortage of majesty or artistic inspiration in Newfoundland and Labrador. A glimpse out the window of just about any corner of the island can act as a muse that would deflect any amount of writers block or creative fatigue.
Rich & Diverse
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Q: You’re returning to St. John’s on October 19th with Fat Tony and Hua Li. Any impressions of Newfoundland and the east coast from previous visits?
I’ve been there a few times now. I really like it, it’s really beautiful. I feel like it’s one of the most underrated parts of
What happens when a multi-talented individual like Sean Panting joins forces with Patricia Andrews’ The Performing Arts Group? The sky becomes the limit
The Performing Arts Group is Patricia Andrews’ baby. With 25 years of teaching the arts to children and adults in this province under her belt, she
Karen Silver entertains and educates with her Newfoundland centered children’s series, Come On We Goes
When avid writer and journalist Karen Silver decided to write a children’s book, she knew she wanted to do something different. Not the carbon copied, parodied Doctor Seuss knockoff or paint-by-numbers toddler 10 pager,
The Herald sits down with Mark Zimmerman as he prepares to bring his Laugh Out Loud tour to Newfoundland and Labrador beginning September 19.
Mark Zimmerman has a grand sense of humour. He’d have to, considering the work this fella’s into.
“I’m Menopause Mark. I know everything there
Newfoundland’s Emma Burry uses our island as a template for her award-winning piece, Longing Expanse, selected for the annual BMO 1st Art! Competition
For 16 years, BMO Financial Group’s 1st Art! Competition has honoured visual arts excellence for post-secondary institutions from coast to coast. That includes right here in
Forging world class pottery out of Port Union, Michael Flaherty of Wild Cove Pottery brings decades of experience to the thriving craft landscape on the island
Michael Flaherty has been working with ceramics for nearly two decades. From studying and honing his craft across Canada, to working as an