Get cozy and cuddly this Valentine’s Day evening, with Newfoundland Quarterly!
Join us in person, or online via Facebook Live, for an intimate evening of local music, writing, and hot cocoa & cookies at the Battery Cafe. We’ll also be drawing…
Nights acapella: giving voice to our songs
BY Monica Walsh
On the last Thursday of every month, a wonderful time is had at The Crow’s Nest Officer’s Club in downtown St John’s. It is home to the St John’s Song…
James Miller: Making Marks in Realism
“I have been exploring and painting the landscape and seascape of the island of Newfoundland for over 35 years. This series of works, Gardens of Stone, is the continuation of…
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…
St. John’s International Woman’s Film Festival: Part 2
It was lights up on the 30th St John’s International Women’s Film Festival last night, and the next days and nights into Sunday are packed with screenings – both features…
SJIFF: Part one NL flicks – Becoming Labrador The St John’s International Women’s Film and Video Festival (October 16-20) is 30 years old, and now the second longest-running women’s…
Folkin’ Wonderful: My First Time Volunteering At the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival
“Oh, for the love of God and all that is holy, please stop raining before my volunteer shift starts,” I groan, looking out the window. A rainstorm going into the…
Union House Arts Opens in Port Union
BY Heather Nolan
Saturday, June 22, saw the Grand Opening of Union House Arts, a community art space in Port Union established under the Sir William F Coaker Heritage Foundation. The building is…
NQ Event: Sharing the Stage
Join us for a conversation between some of the characters behind the initiatives, including Andy Jones, Greg Malone, Pam Hall, Melissa Barbeau, and Ian Sutherland as they discuss community university collaboration in the arts, today, yesterday, and into the future.
You’re Invited: Cocoa with the Quarterly
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