Arts

A production still from Black Cop

Black CopBlack Cop film making its way across the border

Cory Bowles’ first feature film will be released on-demand in the U.S.

1 week ago

Sophie Labelle stopped in Venus Envy in Halifax on her Canadian book tour.

Book launch‘I never broke up with Halifax’: Sophie Labelle's visit to Halifax just a regular stop on book tour

Cartoonist and author back in Nova Scotia after threats derailed last year’s visit

1 week ago

Kemmy Smith holds up a pair of his Skittles-inspired sneakers.

Sneaker ArtMeet Halifax's sneaker artist

Student has painted about 35 pairs since July, and he’s just getting started

2 weeks ago

Dolores Nickerson (left), Melanie MacLeod (centre), and Naomi Judah (right) at Parkland in the Gardens.

RETIREMENT‘You hit the nail on the head’: play on senior living brings residents out

Neptune Theatre’s 'Jonas and Barry in the Home’ takes on aging, sex, family and death in seniors residence

2 weeks ago

Co-director Rita Coburn Whack and festival founder Fabienne Colas at the 2017 event.

Film Festival‘People kept asking for more’: Halifax Black Film Festival grows

Q&A: festival founder describes workshop, panel discussion, films to come  

Feb 5, 2018

City council passed a motion Tuesday that will determine a future sale of the Khyber building, which has been vacant since 2014.

ArtsThe Khyber building is one step closer to returning to the arts community

Community group wants to buy 1588 Barrington St. and make it an arts hub

Jan 31, 2018

Jeffrey Haggett gives a TEDx Talk on how music shapes Halifax.

MusicHow policy shapes music in Halifax

TEDx speaker Jeffry Haggett says the Halifax music scene is at critical juncture

Jan 30, 2018

Laney Hamblin (right) and her sister learn to make dance music

MusicOut with turntables and records, in with iPads and apps

Make your own dance music workshop open to kids as young as five

Jan 30, 2018