Holiday lights & rush
A lovely & safe Season to all, and we’ll see you back on nqonline in January 2020.
An ornamental exhibition
An ornamental exhibition Rachel Ryan Autumn Equinox textile art, 12×21″ $410 (incl tax) Sylvia Bendsza Burnt Point Watercolour, 7x 8″ $125 (plus tax) Irene Duma Pretty in the Blue…
Gerry Porter: Cautiously Pessimistic
Gerry Porter was a talented visual artist, designer, and humorist who made an indelible impact on the St. John’s arts scene. He died in 2016, and on Sunday December 1st, a…
Burlington Tooshkenig Brings Rare Indigenous Art Form to Newfoundland and Labrador
BY Ainsley Hawthorn
Between the Great Lakes Huron and Eerie lies a small body of water called Lake St Clair. Detroit sits at the lake’s southwest corner, but its opposite end, across the…
Portfolio: Jason Sikoak
BY Jason Sikoak
Thought and Memory The shamans spirit helpers, his connection to the spirit world, assist the shaman in his connection to the physical world. They remind him of the season of…
Made From Scratch
BY John Gaudi
COOKING is my passion. It always was my passion since I was 6 years old because my grandmother was a great cook.
How do you deconstruct a sneeze?
BY Ellen Curtis
“I’M TRYING TO STRETCH out a small moment, one that only takes a second, and examine that. I’m looking at subverting traditional representations of women. Basically, looking at the expected behavior and appearance, and unpacking that.”
Setting, Sawing, Shooting, Boiling and chiseling
BY John Graham
“THAT’S THE LAST EVENT that you do to complete the circle of events that take place in the Labrathon. And that is probably one of the big challenges at the…