Actor Annette Loiselle has always intuitively known that women were at a disadvantage in the arts, but it took her some time to really pin it down.
“I don’t know if there was a specific point, because when I was in theatre school it didn’t even occur to me that things are stacked against us,” Loiselle said. “Even though, when I auditioned for the BFA program, one of their stipulations when they were putting together a class for that year [was] it had to be two-thirds men and one-third women.” Continue reading SkirtsAfire celebrates female-centric work Annual festival brings audiences together to enjoy art
History and heritage provided organizers with inspiration for this year’s Deep Freeze Festival on Jan. 13-14. Continue reading Evoking our area’s history and heritage Deep Freeze delves into richness of homesteading past
Yule Ave brings the holidays home for people this December with an emphasis on the values of the season.
The event returns for its sixth year at Alberta Avenue Community Centre on Dec. 16 to bring free fun for the whole family.
“I want people to create Christmas, not to buy it,” said organizer Frank Zotter about the upcoming one-day event. Continue reading Annual festival returns to the Ave for a one-day event Yule Ave celebrates the holiday season with families in mind
At this year’s Kaleido Family Arts Festival, you might find an alligator lurking along Alberta Avenue. Moulded out of old tires, the treaded reptile will be one of a handful of community art projects created from reused and recycled materials. Continue reading Used materials get a second life as art Kaleido Festival to roll out tire sculptures along the Ave