Art @ home

As we gradually begin to emerge from “stay at home” to a world of increased contact with others—including mask wearing and physical distancing—we may have come to know and appreciate our own surroundings with renewed hearts and minds. While waiting for the green light to safely visit a museum or attend a performance event, manyContinue reading “Art @ home”

Art meets poetry meets music @ Urban Gallery

A lovely, moving, entertaining and inspiring afternoon of art, poetry and music at Urban Gallery yesterday for the final day of Brenda Clew’s Poempaintings exhibit, and the Poet, Painter, Beggar, Thief poetry salon, hosted by artist/poet Jennifer Hosein. The poetry salon featured (in alphabetical order): Norman Allan (who I believe coined the name for theContinue reading “Art meets poetry meets music @ Urban Gallery”

Saturday = Artaday

Yesterday was a day of art and friends – “Artaday,” as my partner in creative crime Lizzie Violet coined it – as we attended two art exhibit openings and a very unique haunted house experience. Here are some highlights, as well as the details, of these events. 5 By 5 exhibit at the Gladstone HotelContinue reading “Saturday = Artaday”

Gripping family drama in American dream turned nightmare – Killcreek

Brandon Pitts’ new play Killcreek, recently published by IOWI and directed by Katherine E. Bignell, opened its Toronto Fringe run at the Randolph Theatre last night. In Killcreek, a fictitious 1950s Montana mining town, miners have been laid off and are scrambling to earn what living they can with alternate employment. Brother and sister DarylContinue reading “Gripping family drama in American dream turned nightmare – Killcreek”