Barbara Roberts of BR ClayWorks shares her passion for creating fantastic clay sculptures, the perfect pairing for your holiday season decor
It’s beginning to look, and feel, a lot like Christmas here at The Newfoundland Herald. We’re in the spirit, as we say. Time to deck out your hall
A new series of short plays is set to premiere in St. John’s next week, and will spotlight a truly impactful issue.
Private Eyes: Recognizing 50 years of Canada’s (partial) decriminalization of homosexuality; six original plays commissioned from Ontario and Newfoundland and Labrador based LBGTQ2S + playwrights. The Newfoundland and Labrador
The Bonavista Biennale is heading into its second summer exhibition in 2019, bringing 20 Canadian, international, and Indigenous artists and art-lovers to the Bonavista Peninsula from August 17 to September 15
The Biennale made its debut in 2017 with great success, winning the 2017 “Hospitality Newfoundland’s Cultural Tourism Award”
Celebrated artist Rosemary Byrne talks modes and methods of art, love of Newfoundland and Labrador and teaching through Art Cansel
Rosemary Byrne hasn’t slowed down during retirement. The Avondale-based artist is still creating paintings and sculptures, plus sharing her knowledge by teaching art workshops at Art Cansel.
SGO Designer Glass’ owner/operator Dave Pye and designer Jillian Gardiner take a modern approach to traditional stained glass works, using progressive techniques to bring colour and creativity to homes, businesses and places of worship in Newfoundland.
“I’ve always been a creative sort,” Pye began. “Unlike Jillian, I didn’t go to
William Shakespeare will be receiving a fitting tribute for his birthday this year, courtesy of the St. John’s Players
By Jason Sheppard
The 70th Annual Provincial Drama Festival promises some unique and entertaining programming this year featuring many of this province’s extremely talented writers and performers.
One of these programs
Environmental artist Marlene Creates reflects on her life and love of Newfoundland after earning the most prestigious honour of her career
Visual artist Marlene Creates has a fascination and deep-rooted connection with the pristine nature of Newfoundland and Labrador unlike any who have called this great island home.
The ninth annual Lawnya Vawnya lineup has been revealed!
Lawnya Vawnya: an exposition of independent art & culture is a non-profit festival that presents some of the most innovative independent music and art from local, national and international stages. Lawnya Vawnya returns with its ninth instalment from May 22- 25,
Decorated photo-journalist Paul Daly talks Irish ties, ‘plastic paddys’, and the lost art of photography
What does a photograph mean? Is it honesty? Deception? Perhaps it’s all of those things, or none, or simply a snapshot in time.
The art of photography cannot be quantified in subheads or pull