MABO (Matthias Bork) is the lastest artist to be the focus of our ongoing Artist Features at the Sound. HIs work is vibrant and engaging, and all about colour.
Erica Sherwood’s exhibition of painterly photographs is both visually interesting but also offers sites of contemplation and consideration.
This past March, Niagara comedy troupe Improv Niagara celebrated their first year of engaging audiences through their monthly Improv Fallout event in the Community Room at Mahtay Café.
Why do I would keep doing this to myself if I seem to hate it so much?
June-Etta Chenard’s work is both aesthetically and conceptually evocative, and she’s the focus of the latest artist feature in The Sound.
Please make it one of your end-of-year commitments or new year’s resolutions to check out…
Alexandra Sandison’s exhibition nomade is a good introduction to the latest visual artist highlighted in our ongoing artist’s features in The Sound.
Tragedy Ann is Liv Cazzola and Braden Phelan: two voices together in such harmony that…
Though not all the images are of, and in, Niagara, there’s also this elevation of the local to a more engaging level.
My initial interaction with Malcolm Gear’s work was in the Grimsby Bi Annual exhibition, with…