Intersections of Creativity & Place
A photo essay that captures the spirit of EQUINOX VIGIL, a public ritual that brought hundreds of people together at Union Cemetery to experience their loss and grief led by artists, poets, dancers, musicians, and choirs.
Steph Wong Ken
Singaporean filmmaker Sandi Tan chronicles her journey in rediscovering her first film and the haunting experience of loss and betrayal she experienced as a young filmmaker through her latest documentary, SHIRKERS.
A review of RITA MCKEOUGH: WORKS, an extensive monograph that provides a critical survey of McKeough's rich career and expansive practice that is deeply steeped in the alternative music scene, punk performance, and queer feminism.
Converting a 1920s grain bin into a multi-sensory art installation, Donald Lawrence's Nanton Camera Obscura distorts familiar Albertan environment into an atmospheric and interactive piece.
From local electronic fixture Marcel Dion to accordionist-turned-synth soundsmith Raylene Campbell, Suzette Chan profiles the careers of various sound artists attending the Alberta Media Arts Alliance Society's 2019 conference in the first in a series of features exploring Edmonton's lively sound scene.
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