Art and Entertainment

August 2019 Astrology

The first three weeks of August will hands-down be the best times of the year, for everyone.

Posted by Ashley Kristina on Aug 03, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Presentation

With summer coming up, most people are not thinking about this kind of thing, unless you’re building a presentation for a wedding or other event. These tips mostly apply regardless of the end goal.

Posted by Kevin McIsaac on Jul 21, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Highwaymen

A refreshingly new take on the story, revolving around Frank Hamer and Maney Gault, the retired Texas Rangers tasked with hunting down our pair of villains.

Posted by Andrew Vallance on Jul 18, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Holy Family Catholic Church

As introduced in the June edition, the Built Heritage Grants, funded by Columbia Basin Trust and administered by Heritage BC, are helping to restore some of Fernie’s most significant and historic buildings. One of these is the Holy Family Catholic Church.

Posted by Rebecca Hall on Jul 16, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

The Pioneering Spirit of Art

Art is not a linear path. It can start out in one direction, and end up somewhere completely unexpected.

Posted by Michael Hepher on Jul 14, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Katriona Drijber

Patterns hold a seductive beauty in both their production and consumption. We surround ourselves with repeating patterns in our dwellings and on our clothes; speak of patterns of weather, behaviour, and thought; and often conceive of the sacred and its affiliated institutions through infinite patterns.

Posted by admin on Jul 11, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Colour Clusters and Simple Camping

The seemingly endless energy of young children to both create and destroy throughout their day can make the clean up crew (parents) a little less than inspired. July’s art project, Colour Clusters, has two simple parts.

Posted by Michelle Senior on Jul 07, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

July 2019 Astrology

July is a month of incredible potential and as potential energy builds to transform into forward momentum, this transformation has been building for a long time.

Posted by Ashley Kristina on Jul 03, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Who's Calling?

Caller ID has been around for years. Most of us have it on our phones. We use it to decide if we need to answer that ring. It’s especially handy at letting us know when we don’t need to answer. But caller ID is being weaponized to get you to answer even when you don’t want to.

Posted by Kevin McIsaac on Jun 21, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Art That Looks Like Science, and Things Get a Bit Fishy

Over the next few months, I will make art supply suggestions that I have loved using with children. This month’s art item is the small but mighty pipette. I bought mine at our local IGS.

Posted by Michelle Senior on Jun 20, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Fernie Mural Project - Call to Columbia Basin Artists

The Fernie and District Arts Council has been awarded a Public Art Grant by the Columbia Basin Trust to add to the public art inventory of Fernie. The project will be to select and install a permanent mural in Fernie.

Posted by admin on Jun 15, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Freedom Attack

Freedom is everything. This month Sadie wrote with the ancestors. She took the freedom to dig into the past and find the history that made us free, at least in this country anyway.

Posted by Sadie Rosgen on Jun 11, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Fernie’s Heritage Rockstar Buildings Receive Investment

Join us in these pages over the next four months as we look more closely at some of the ongoing projects.

Posted by Rebecca Hall on Jun 10, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Captain Marvel

The movie focuses on the adventures of Veers, an alien super soldier and amnesiac who, after being captured by her enemies, escaping, and crash landing on earth, begins a quest to figure out who she is while fighting for truth and justice at the same time. 

Posted by Andrew Vallance on Jun 10, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

When the Mind is Free, Let the Body Create

Legend has it that after producing the breakthrough hit album The Joshua Tree for Irish rockers U2, Daniel Lanoise purchased a mansion in LA and instead of filling it with furniture and art, he left it sparsely decorated—almost ascetic.

Posted by Michael Hepher on Jun 07, 2019 in Art and Entertainment