Art and Entertainment

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Han Solo is one of the most popular and recognisable characters in the Star Warssaga. Unfortunately, this particular production has been fraught with behind the scenes drama, with the original directors being fired, and 70% of the movie having to be re-shot.

Posted by Andrew Vallance on Sep 10, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

The Power to Share

Never stop asking, never stop listening, never stop learning, and never stop sharing. Knowledge is a kind of power, but it’s only when we share that power that we truly become a powerful people.

Posted by Michael Hepher on Sep 07, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

September 2018 Astrology

September is a time of great transition where life is setting up a proposal for us: to move from a Saturnian and personal way of dealing with our karma to a more Uranian and global way of following the path of our destiny. How this translates into our own life depends on who we really are!

Posted by Yann Loranger on Sep 04, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Call for Proposals: Public Art Project

The Elkford Arts Council (EAC) invites artists (or artist teams) to submit a Proposal to design and create a site-specific public artwork at the Elkford Community Conference Centre in Elkford, BC, Canada.

Posted by admin on Sep 02, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Téa Jasmin

If she wasn’t reading, or daydreaming, she was doodling, colouring and doing crafts. This hasn’t changed; even in school my favourite subject is Art.

Posted by admin on Aug 30, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Angie Abdou Celebratory Book Launch

In her latest book, Abdou combines revealing personal stories with careful research on issues such as cost, gender bias, concussions, and family pressures to offer a thoughtful look at the struggles, joys, and strains of having a child in amateur hockey.

Posted by admin on Aug 22, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

An Apple iPhone a Day

It’s the middle of summer and as I write this column it’s hot. Damn hot. And my heart rate reflects it. It has climbed a bit as my body starts to work a bit harder to sweat and cool off.

Posted by Kevin McIsaac on Aug 20, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

The Greatest Showman

If what you are looking for is a fluffy musical with wonderful choreography and an exquisitely happy ending, then this is the film for you.

Posted by Andrew Vallance on Aug 18, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

“Small Mountain Town”

Working with Sage McBride of Shred Kelly fame for our music issue was a no brainer. She is creative, curious, and accomplished. 

Posted by Sadie Rosgen on Aug 15, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Thank You For the Music

What is it about live music that we love so much? With the advent of Spotify, we have any music we want at our fingertips.

Posted by Michael Hepher on Aug 12, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Chris Coole

Looking back, Chris knows now that he was blessed with something very special, something more special than talent - singular passion.

Posted by admin on Aug 08, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

August 2018 Astrology

The question of trust in relationships is important this month. Our personal destinies will be pulled in directions very strongly

Posted by Yann Loranger on Aug 04, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

A Multi-Sensory Experience

When you hear “mountain town,” arts and culture isn’t normally the first thing that comes to mind. Over the last eight years, the Wapiti team has been a beacon for another dimension to our community.

Posted by Chantel Vincent on Aug 01, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Inspired by Imagery

Getting their inspiration from photographs this month to conjure their curiosity. 

Posted by Sadie Rosgen on Jul 16, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Troy: Fall of a City

This new series is a British-American mini-series that gives the overall impression that it has been made on the cheap. 

Posted by Andrew Vallance on Jul 11, 2018 in Art and Entertainment