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Vanishing into “How to Disappear Completely”

By Meagan Wiederman, Arts Contributor • February 4, 2014

Itai Erdal and his mother. (Photo by Johan Lavine via Portland Institute for Contemporary Art)

In September 2000, lighting designer Itai Erdal received news that his mother was diagnosed with cancer. She had only nine months to live. After …

In full bloom

By Matt Ritchie, Opinions Contributor • March 9, 2012

Great Bloomers.

As Toronto’s The Wooden Sky and Great Bloomers climbed the tiny stage of The Seahorse on March 3, they did so as veterans of …

Khyber Compilation II

By Nick Laugher, Staff Contributor • March 3, 2012

Khyber Compilation II

Having existed as the iconic artistic haven in Halifax for decades, the Khyber is a revered instution, one that’s cemented firmly in the many …

Other Worlds

By Andrew Mills, Arts Editor • January 27, 2012

Art Gallery by Rob Grandy

Descending the stairs to the basement of the Rebecca Cohn, you glimpse a whale through glass; suddenly you’re peering into an alien ocean through …

Coal Mining Blues not all blue

By Andrew Mills, Arts Editor • November 18, 2011

Matt Andersen - Press photo. Supplied.

Matt Andersen to play Spatz theatre Nov. 18-19
Matt Andersen’s acoustic guitar wizardry fills a concert hall like few instruments can—only his voice equals it …

Paying tribute to Alex Colville

By Dalhousie Gazette Staff • November 5, 2010

By Madalyn Hamman, Arts Contributor
In celebration of his 90th birthday, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia is holding an exhibition of the works of …

Forgotten landscapes

By Dalhousie Gazette Staff • November 5, 2010

By Nick Laugher, Staff Contributor
Morbid clouds of erosion—splits and cracks in the foundation of human existence— appear steeped in a mentality that mourns the …

Nocturne’s 2010 turnout is highest yet

By Dalhousie Gazette Staff • October 22, 2010

By Lauren Naish, Arts Contributor
On Saturday night, the rain stopped and the moon came out, setting the stage for the third annual Nocturne: Art at …