Sipping on a glass of crisp white wine in the Library of the Manoir des Beaux-Arts, I eagerly await Claire Porter's arrival while chatting with a few early birds. We are here tonight with a twin purpose; to take part in the official launch of Claire’s new album À Tantôt! and to wish her bon voyage, given her return to Newfoundland in a matter of weeks.
Callen Schaub is an abstract painter most recognized for his unconventional techniques and live performances. Utilizing a combination of spin machines, pendulums and trapezes, Schaub uses his own paint-pour methods to create psychedelic patterns of highly-saturated colour on various objects.
At Godberd we believe in supporting local entrepreneurs who give back to their communities. Cool Capitalism is occasional series that profiles socially responsible small businesses; places that offer us a glimpse of the world as it could be.
Republicans are mired in the bombast of the old energy economy, their anti-science rhetoric forms the backbone of their climate denial. In stark contrast to the GOP's denial, Democrats welcome science and champion climate action. In a recent town hall Democratic presidential contenders staked out strong leadership positions on the climate crisis.
On September 5th of this year the Recording Industry Association of America released their numbers for their mid year report, and without surprise the vinyl surge continued to flourish and if the newly revealed numbers are any indication, vinyl will soon topple CD sales for the first time since 1986.
On June 22 1977 tucked away in a suburban hamlet of Cleveland, Ohio one of the greatest architects of proto punk and unfortunately an early subscriber to being a rock and roll tragedy, Peter Laughner would succumb to acute pancreatitis, a result of hard living.
It is open to people from all backgrounds. The workshop will be intro level and I hope people from many different experiences take part! I want to make filmmaking and art accessible to everyone, not only for formally trained filmmakers.
For feminists and marginalized people, the internet has been a vital ally in consciousness-raising and organizing, but its benefits are in danger of being drowned out by targeted attacks from trolls and neo-Nazis. This year’s HTMlles festival provides a defiant rebuttal to the idea that marginalized people must accept these conditions, highlighting the fact that they have always had a claim to the internet as an artistic and political space.
If you are a fan of a queer artist or media personality, you may be aware of the ongoing trend of social media platforms censoring queer content. Twitter users are finding their accounts suspended for reasons they suspect are rooted in homophobia, while Instagram has been accused of disappearing queer users through hashtag filtering and flagging queer content as against...