Arts

Andre Fenton poses for a photo at the Halifax North Memorial Public Library.

Black youth writing workshop coming to Halifax

Rising Black Nova Scotian author hosting coming-of-age workshop series

Jan 20, 2021

The Halifax Gay Men’s Chorus rehearse for the first time this year.

How N.S. community choirs are navigating pandemic problems

Choirs are taking strict precautions in order to conduct in-person rehearsals safely

Jan 19, 2021

Carbon Arc Cinema has been hosting virtual screenings through the pandemic.

How Carbon Arc Cinema is getting through the pandemic

The not-for-profit cinema has taken a hit from COVID-19, but is adapting for their biggest event of the year

Jan 15, 2021

The Goodtimes perform a Christmas show every year. Here they are in 2019 at the Revival on College Street in Toronto.

Now playing, in an alley near you

The musical family the Goodtimes keep fun, creativity, and weirdness alive

Dec 17, 2020

The Sea in Her Blood mural on the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.

From gritty to pretty, one mural at a time

A work of art painted on the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic shows how women are shaped by the sea

Dec 13, 2020

The set of Chapelwaite, a television show filmed on the grounds of the Halifax County Rehabilitation Centre in Cole Harbour.

How about a Trailer Park Boys museum in Cole Harbour?

HRM is asking for ideas for the former site of the Halifax County Rehabilitation Centre

Dec 9, 2020

A person watches an online concert in this photo illustration.

Facing the music

Music journalism is in trouble; long live music journalism

Dec 3, 2020

Cellphones show various online movie review sites in this photo illustration.

We need to talk about film criticism

The Internet is devastating the world of film criticism. Is that a good thing?

Nov 19, 2020

Andrew Dorfman says COVID-19

Animated video poem shows us how to combat pandemic loneliness

How To Be At Home by Andrea Dorfman and Tanya Davis is a sequel of sorts

Oct 31, 2020

Morgan Toney plays his fiddle at the wharf beside Wagmatcook Elders Centre in Wagmatcook First Nation, one of the two communities he calls home.

Cape Breton fiddler honours Mi’kmaw nation with virtual Celtic Colours debut

Up-and-comer Morgan Toney has only been playing for a year and a half

Oct 27, 2020