Jeph Jacques after his talk on webcomics at the Halifax Central Library on Wednesday.

ArtsWhat’s the secret to webcomic success?

Merchandise, ads and micropayments, says popular artist

Jan 29, 2016

Textile artist Rilla Marshall peels a handwoven map from its mount at the Mary E. Black Gallery downtown.

ArtThese woven maps ‘slow down’ Google Maps imagery

NSCAD grad and textile artist Rilla Marshall addresses Atlantic Canada’s vulnerable shorelines in her new show at the Nova Scotia Centre for Craft and Design.

Jan 28, 2016

Students, artists and people from gallery gathered at Dalhousie Art Gallery on Jan. 21 for the opening party.

Modern artHow have artists survived in Halifax? This exhibit takes a look

An exhibition at the Dal art gallery interprets artist-run galleries from the 1970s

Jan 27, 2016

MusicBody music a hit at Dalhousie

Percussionist and dancer Keith Terry teaches rhythmic patterns at Dalhousie workshop

Jan 25, 2016

Sara Coffin on her new duet Standing Alone Facing You

DanceDancer explores stress, perception in new production

Choreographer Sara Coffin offers a look at new Mocean Dance duet Standing Alone Facing You

Jan 23, 2016

Vocalist Penelope Jackson opens the Boys for Pele show with Beauty Queen/Horses.

MusicMusicians pay tribute to Tori Amos at festival opener

Local artists celebrate ‘smart,’ ‘weird’ Amos to kick off In the Dead of Winter festival

Jan 22, 2016

The newly set up Anchor Archive Zine Library, at RadStorm

ZinesHalifax zine library lifts anchor

Anchor Archive Zine Library departs Gottingen St. and reflects on future

Jan 19, 2016

The 1588 Barrington Building Preservation Society presents its plan at the Halifax Public Library North branch

Khyber plan: 'A once in a lifetime opportunity'

Khyber society unveils its plan for the historic property

Jan 15, 2016

Alex King never paints from a photo, even if it means standing in the cold for hours.

Snow day artWhat does a NSCAD student do with a snow day?

Alex King braves the cold in the name of art

Jan 13, 2016