Arts

Review: ‘Barbarian’ is brutal

Barbarian contains a kind of brutality that has mostly been absent from cinema since the days of transgressive exploitation films in the 1970s or...

Digitizing theatre: STU alum presents ‘Ice Age Coming!’

For St. Thomas University alumnus and artist Corenski Nowlan, trying his hand at digital theatre proved to be a challenge and success. Nowlan’s theatre company,...

N.B. photographer Chris Donovan describes his homecoming

Chris Donovan’s photography exhibition, “Stay Solid and Move West,” is an exploration of his coming of age and takes a close look at intergenerational...

MusicUNB ‘swoons’ audiences at Memorial Hall concert

Light flooded through the stained glass windows of the University of New Brunswick’s Memorial Hall theatre on Sept. 25 as the sounds of opera,...

Art festival ‘illuminates’ downtown Fredericton

The Fredericton downtown area was blanketed with lights, music and art installations from dusk to dawn on Oct. 1 to Oct. 2 as the...

‘Our art is luxury’: Culture within the Indigenous fine arts community

Christine Gautreau said her whole life has been a process of relearning and reconnecting with her culture and her art has been a part...

‘An important story’: The Micmac Craftsmen Exhibit at Beaverbrook Art Gallery

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery is showcasing an exhibit dedicated to the “Micmac Indian Craftsmen” (MIC) from the 1960s, called “Wabanaki Modern – the Artistic...

Black Box Productions: a transformed theatre community at STU

It’s out with the old and in with the new as theatre at St. Thomas University takes on a revamped look in the newly...

‘It’s a way of life’: How Indigenous artists express their love of culture

L’nu artist and educator Rebecca Labillois started basket weaving back in the early ‘80s as a child, while her mother, Margaret, ran a weaving...

Fredericton photographer wants to ‘push the artform forward’

Fredericton-based photographer Gary Weekes likes to look at his art as “slightly askew” as a way to make it stand out. Weekes won the Research...

Photo Essay: Harvest returns for 31st year in Fredericton

The 31st Harvest Music Festival rocked the streets of downtown Fredericton from Sept. 13 to 19. The festival, formerly known as Harvest Jazz and...

Garrison Night Market wraps up after a successful summer

During the summer months, Frederictonians saw Carleton Street come alive with the Garrison Night Market that runs on Thursday evenings from 4:30 p.m. to...