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//Responsive 2017 Lights up the Night

It’s an art exhibition the likes of which Halifax has never seen. //Responsive: International Light Art Project Halifax is an exhibition of light projects taking place in and out of

Tributes to NSCAD’s Founder

When sculptor Vassilis Vassili began grinding away at the granite boulders that would become the sculpture Passage, he thought a lot about Anna Leonowens, whose spirit was an inspiration for the artwork. In

Passage – A Tribute to Anna

When sculptor Vassilis Vassili began grinding away at the granite boulders that would become the sculpture Passage, he thought a lot about Anna Leonowens, whose spirit was an inspiration for

Kim Morgan’s Blood Work installed at Dalhousie

Kim Morgan’s art has turned bloody. But not gory, viscous and splattered bloody. The NSCAD professor and installation artist has been looking at blood through an electron microscope, amazed to

Q&A with Cliff Eyland

The new Halifax Central Library opened just before Christmas and the people of Halifax still can’t get over that something so cool is all for them. Figuring into the wow

Playing with art

So far, it’s morphed into a unicorn, a declaration of love, an advertisement for free hugs … and that was just in the last few days. There’s no telling what

NSCAD student wins RBC Art Competition

If Laura Jean Forrester sounds a little breathless, it’s not because she’s just run in from the garden to answer the phone (which she has). It’s because she found out

//Responsive 2017 Lights up the Night

It’s an art exhibition the likes of which Halifax has never seen. //Responsive: International Light Art Project Halifax is an exhibition of light projects taking place in and out of

Tributes to NSCAD’s Founder

When sculptor Vassilis Vassili began grinding away at the granite boulders that would become the sculpture Passage, he thought a lot about Anna Leonowens, whose spirit was an inspiration for the artwork. In

Passage – A Tribute to Anna

When sculptor Vassilis Vassili began grinding away at the granite boulders that would become the sculpture Passage, he thought a lot about Anna Leonowens, whose spirit was an inspiration for

Kim Morgan’s Blood Work installed at Dalhousie

Kim Morgan’s art has turned bloody. But not gory, viscous and splattered bloody. The NSCAD professor and installation artist has been looking at blood through an electron microscope, amazed to

Q&A with Cliff Eyland

The new Halifax Central Library opened just before Christmas and the people of Halifax still can’t get over that something so cool is all for them. Figuring into the wow

Playing with art

So far, it’s morphed into a unicorn, a declaration of love, an advertisement for free hugs … and that was just in the last few days. There’s no telling what

NSCAD student wins RBC Art Competition

If Laura Jean Forrester sounds a little breathless, it’s not because she’s just run in from the garden to answer the phone (which she has). It’s because she found out