Stories to brighten your day

Need to take a break from COVID-19 stories? Check out some of these features about people in our community. Shannon Quigley has always loved history but she said it wasn’t until her first job as…

Engaging people in history

By Sue Tiffin Shannon Quigley has always loved history but she said it wasn’t until her first job as a summer student at a Parks Canada national historic site that she realized it could be…

Howe sees connections in Salvaged Remnants

By Sue Tiffin Tiffany Howe won’t be at her exhibition Salvaged Remnants at the Agnes Jamieson Gallery for the duration of the show but withdidactics on the wall showcasing her work the multidisciplinary artisttold the…

Using the power of art for health 

Despite an ocean separating the two countries Canadians and Australians have more in common than we think said Adriane Boag learning and access co-ordinator with the National Gallery of Australia. “A group of people who…

Hold on to your hats … Irish Mythen…

“I had no idea what to expect when this five-foot-nothing lady tookthe stage all smiles and twinkling eyes and guitar. Then she openedher mouth and out flew a voice that came straight from the Heavens…”That…

Art lovers return for tour year after year 

Carloads of people driving along scenic routes alongside trees bright and full with colourful leaves slowed as they approached Studio Tour signs dotted along the landscape throughout the county last weekend. The signs each marked…

Scrolling through hopes fears and dreams 

By Chad Ingram An installment at the Minden Hills Cultural Centre explores the aspirations and inner turmoils of participants and asks community members to share pieces of themselves. Hopes Fears and Dreams is a project…

Human fixes in natural landscapes

Have you ever felt compelled to support and aid something in nature? Set up a protection screen create a small roof put it in a box or wrap it with support? For example on the…

Frit and fusion at Ivy Cottage 

By Chad Ingram It is partially the element of the unknown that keeps Joyce Pruysers-Emmink and Peter Emmink of Ivy Cottage Fusion Arts drawn to the art of fused glass. “There’s a lot of aha!”…

Minden Pride's Burlesque Ball is going to be…

Organizers of Minden Pride Week’s Burlesque Ball are promising an inclusive end-of-summer dance party with “fantastic costuming fantastic performance art world class music world class DJing” – and some of Toronto’s top drag queen performers.…

Peripheral Visions at Minden gallery 

By Chad Ingram   Minden’s Agnes Jamieson Gallery was packed for the opening of Peripheral Visions the evening of April 5.  A juried exhibition featuring the works of 19 artists from throughout central and eastern…