Art and Entertainment

A Cultural Shopping Feast

Walking along 2nd Avenue today you would be surprised to learn that 20 years ago the arts scene in Fernie was less than vibrant. Today, a stroll through our historic downtown is a cultural shopping feast. 

Posted by admin on Jun 10, 2021 in Art and Entertainment

Zuzana Riha

Posted by admin on Jun 01, 2021 in Art and Entertainment

Shrinking PDFs

Posted by Kevin McIsaac on May 23, 2021 in Art and Entertainment

Yellowstone

Created by Taylor Sheridan, Yellowstone is a Paramount Network television series focusing on John Dutton, a powerful Montana cattle baron, played by Kevin Costner, and his dysfunctional family 

Posted by Andrew Vallance on May 18, 2021 in Art and Entertainment

Lost Together

Posted by Michael Hepher on May 10, 2021 in Art and Entertainment

Harman Delyea

Posted by admin on May 06, 2021 in Art and Entertainment

Spring Cleaning

How’s your PC doing? Does it feel like you may have purchased it back when Canadian teams were still winning the Stanley Cup? 

Posted by Kevin McIsaac on Apr 19, 2021 in Art and Entertainment

Forest Filter

In a world riddled with worry and wonder, it is the greatest privilege to escape into the wild unknown for regeneration and reflection. But what happens when this lush haven of perpetual seeming landscape begins to vanish? Can protection or reclamation save our safe and bountiful sacred spaces? Environmental concerns are very real as we see the tragic effects of humankind on the planet Earth.

Posted by Sadie Rosgen on Apr 16, 2021 in Art and Entertainment

Crafting a Greener Little Blue Dot

Humanity has played a significant role in changing the climate of our little blue dot. The past few decades have seen our time in the naughty corner increase, with Mother Nature (and David Attenborough, among others) scolding us to get our act together. We see her wrath in rising temperatures, thunderous storms, bushfires, floods, and extreme climates. She’s mad, and we did this. We need to do better. 

Posted by Jessica Bozoky on Apr 13, 2021 in Art and Entertainment

Where the Wild Things Aren’t

As we start to collectively sway back into equilibrium, we should take a moment to note the things that we lost, and the things that we learned. How do we prevent our ecosystems from getting out of balance in the future? What are our keystone species? What have we done with our wolves?

Posted by Michael Hepher on Apr 08, 2021 in Art and Entertainment