Art and Entertainment
Yann shares his monthly astrology insight and reminds us we all have a little bit of each sign within us, consider each of the following as addressing a specific part of yourself.
Jesse has known she loved to travel at seven and her first gallery Wanderlust at The Arts Station features photos from her many adventures in life.
Hai, what? Haiku poetry consists of three lines in total, the first and last lines consist of five syllables or moras if you are writing in Japanese, with the middle line consists of seven syllables. Doesn’t get much simpler than that!
On February 22, 2018 writer and photographer Jesse Bell hosts Wanderlust: A photography Series exhibit opening at the Arts Station.
The vast majority of us now have significant portions of our lives living in bits here and there. Some of it on the computers and devices we own. Some of it on the Internet. What happens to it all when we die?
These two fifth-generation Fernie-ites were determined to explore a new art medium and try their hand at pyrography (wood burning).
There are always plenty of ways to enjoy music in Fernie – for pretty much every taste.
“Inside A Year”
I pace the labyrinth of this young year
I am transfixed
a captive audience to my astonishment
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the USA is set to vote soon to repeal the 2015 regulations which maintained “common carrier status” on telecommunications companies. This would effectively end “net neutrality” and bring about a new age for the internet.
A replicant police detective working in Los Angeles, 30 years after the original Blade Runner ended.
In the spirit of New Years, being bold and pushing personal envelopes, the Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra and The Arts Station are going to encourage a different kind of audience experience to include some room for dancing.
A new year is a new start, and the first moments determine how it will unfold.
While he's always had an interest in photography for a large portion of his life, he had not made a conscious decision to “figure it out” and really explore photography until experiencing a change in physical ability.