WE ARE an online community-based in London, Ontario. Embracing the electric and adventurous spirit of this generation of creatives and entrepreneurs. Founded on the desire to inspire, SEE COLLECTIVE highlights local taste-makers and creatives through stories and visuals that immerse you into the very fabric of the FOREST CITY.
The energy is always palpable on the day of culture show. Performers arrive early to rehearse, makeup is being applied, cultural attire can be seen everywhere you look. The anticipation is high, as this event is one of the club’s biggest attractions.
Speaking to Misha Bower for even just a few minutes, two things become immediately apparent: inquisition is paramount to her artistic practice, and that she’s keenly self-aware, with a razor-sharp sense of humour.
The images that follow are someone else's summer secrets. A fraction of a larger than life season: evoking all the senses that summer can bring out.
Julie Kortekaas and Shayna Patterson founded Rebel Remedy three years ago— lead by their shared passion for delicious, freshly-made foods.
If you ask anyone who’s ever been to The Grickle Grass Festival what it has meant to them, you’ll get an array of answers.
Madison Powers is a multi-dimensional artist and Bealart alum who currently lives and studies in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Have you heard of Grickle Grass? London’s legendary music festival with the unmistakable name is rolling out its last party ever.
It was a reveling night of disco, drag queens and dumplings as we celebrated Forest City Gallery Turning 45…
The JUNO’s were a fantastic demonstration of London’s artful soul in more ways than one. The city was moving and drinks were a’flowin. It was a point of pride for many patrons to be able to find venues hosting local performances suited to their varying sonic interests.