The collection’s title story, ‘The Whole Animal,’ is one of the few stories that delve into human relations with literal animals, as a young couple attempt to become vegans after they manage to eat their favourite animal products for the last time.
Drawing elements of inspiration for this fiction from her own life, her experience with anxiety and depression at a young age, and the veil of silence that came from a lack of discussions surrounding mental health issues.
Jola Adeniji a Nigerian artist created the “MAD BLACK WOMAN SERIES” at the Charlotte Street Art Centre – This is a free event running at the Glencross Gallery from February 2nd until March 13th
The constant movement through time, space, and genre kept the hour-and-a-half performance engaging and entertaining until the last performer recited their carefully practiced words.
The text was written by UNB’s former Artist-in-Residence, Colleen Murphy, and was first staged in 2013, and explores the friendship of Michael and Halley as they are brought together by their shared surname, Armstrong. These encounters between Michael and Halley, though, go beyond their surname — they are more similar than different, despite all factors.
Bernie Langille Wants to Know What Happened to Bernie Langille: Opening Night of The Silver Wave Film Festival
Laying a poppy on a grave during Remembrance day leads to murder conspiracies and thoughtful exploration of generational trauma in Jackie Torrens’ Bernie Langille Wants to Know What Happened to Bernie Langille.