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.
GRICKLE GRASS A DECADE IN PICTURES
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.
SAVANAH SEWELL TALKS GRICKLE GRASS’ FINAL YEAR
Have you heard of Grickle Grass? London’s legendary music festival with the unmistakable name is rolling out its last party ever.
FOREST CITY GALLERY TURNS 45!
It was a reveling night of disco, drag queens and dumplings as we celebrated Forest City Gallery Turning 45…
LONDON HOSTS THE JUNOS
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.
WOMEN TO THE FRONT
In spite of the biting winter weather that walloped the city last Wednesday night, a warm and jovial glow emanated from inside Museum London as the earliest celebrations of the upcoming Juno Awards took place. One of the three exhibitions opening was “Women To The Front” (W2TF) …
Diasporic artists continue to contribute to the evolving community that is London, Ontario. Alia Tamar is skillfully translating her process of identification into the poetics of representation.
WHOOP-SZO // WEATHER COMES
WHOOP-Szo shares Weather Comes: a beautiful collaborative project marrying the literary and the lyrical. The album features a 7’’ record of their (archival tunes) that deeply resonate partnered with an engrossing short story by band member Kristen Kurvink, One Step Below.
Jason McLean is a multi-faceted artist and BealArt alumnus.
Born in Logos, Nigeria Tobi Adebowale is a local art director, stylist and designer.......
London’s city council has a chance to look a little different this October. Arielle Kayabaga is standing out as one of London’s the youngest civic election candidates…..
RUDE GIRLS 2.0
A Sizzling summer night …
DNA GALLERY + BOOKSHOP
Over the last five years, DNA has established itself as a staple in the London art community. Not only does DNA provide an exhibition space for local and international artists, they also pride themselves on being a space for small, independent businesses to flourish….
Kennedy has recently merged her love for drawing with her love for fashion to create Kenny Veli, a brand of colorfully printed Italian silk scarves.
Harina Mokanan Is a music enthusiast with an interest in the art of connecting and community. From hosting her very own show at Radio Western (94.9FM) to writing about music for Multimedia publication The Come Up Show.....
GRICKLE GRASS FESTIVAL 2018
Over the years Michael Gibson has carved out his niche by putting on innovative, captivating and immersive exhibitions. …..
If you've been in London for more than five minutes, there's a good chance you've seen one of the "Crybaby" t-shirts that are now nearly synonymous with Soft Flirt....
JENNIFER & JESSE LOFTHOUSE
Jesse and Jenn Lofthouse are the dynamic duo behind the lifestyle shop Lofthouse Living. Located in the heart of London....
JESSICA & LORIK
Jessica Sarai Larios and Lorik Krasniqi are mixed media artists, creating with love here in the forest city...
James Kirkpatrick is a multimedia artist whose imagery may appear as a fun and playful narrative at first. However, Kirkpatrick's work is a manifestation of the current world....
This London native loves her city, and not in a generic or dutiful way. With a burn of history at her back that bolsters an appreciation of her roots....