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    Doug Dumais: Ephemeral Endurance

    Just beyond the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Prince Edward Island, the late September sunset washes the sky with a lilac glaze that tints the Hillsborough River below. With only one day remaining until the Harvest Moon, the celestial body is nearly at its peak brightness, but an unlikely structure along the grassy shore—a white cubic...

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    Creating Connections at the Disability Atlantic Arts Symposium

    Creating community in the arts is especially important for those who identify as disabled. In October 2021, members of the disability arts community gathered online for the first annual Disability Atlantic Arts Symposium (DAAS), hosted by JRG Society for the Arts. Artists connected on Zoom to discuss pertinent topics surrounding the experience of being a...

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    Arjun Lal’s Fruits of the Forest

    frances ekwuyasi in conversation with Arjun Lal On a sunny afternoon in June 2021, I meet Arjun Lal at their home studio in the north end of Halifax. Having only seen their leatherwork and performance art as Vagine—their bright eyeshadow and gold tinsel-streaked wig-wearing alter ego—I am eager to see what else they’ve been getting...

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    ll for Submissions: Open ll

    Upcoming: an open ll for our Summer 2022 issue. We’re curious to hear from writers, artists and critics in order to expand, respond and deepen conversations inspired by the artistic vision of emerging and established artists who are pushing the boundaries of art and culture in the Atlantic.  For our open ll, we are seeking pitches...

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    Ursula Johnson’s ITHA: The Livingroom

    Ursula Johnson has created a safe and hospitable space to delve deeply into conversational exchanges that reveal our complex relationships with places we ll home, consumption, ownership, and one another—specifilly what it means to be, as we all are, treaty people. Johnson’s exhibition, ITHA: The Livingroom, was on view at the Blue Building in K’jipuktuk/Halifax...

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    Archival Futurism

    The Signifince of Rita Malik’s On Being Brown

    As if being anything other than White in Halifax doesn’t already make you hyper-visible, the women in Rita Malik’s short film On Being Brown sometimes navigate quintessential Maritime markers wearing gold-embroidered jewel-toned lehengas. Even though it’s an ornate shirt-over-skirt set that South Asian women reserve for celebrations, the women in the film wear lehengas on...

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    BONAVISTA BIENNALE 2021

    Driving my r down the winding Bonavista highway, I remember how many times I’ve done this route – to watch whales, to go for a good slice of pizza, and, since 2017, to see contemporary art. Growing up in Clarenville, a town an hour and a half away from the Bonavista peninsula, I thought I...

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    rley Mullally Transforms Marine Debris

    Stemming from generations of near-forgotten knowledge, rley Mullally’s work transfigures disrded marine detritus into thoughtful contemporary artworks by employing traditional maritime rope making and net repair methods. Originating from New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Mullally discovered sewing at a very young age. This led her to diligently pursue fashion and garment making during her adolescent years....

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    ll for Submissions: Connection

    Upcoming: an issue that looks at connection through the lens of art and artistic practices in Mi’kma’ki. How do we connect through the arts? What is the process by which artists create relationship, and foster interrelatedness and possible links. Connection may be a form of kinship, a sharing of origins, or the characteristics of family...

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    Life in Silos

    Art, Work, and Motherhood

    Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, parents around the world—in particular mothers—have faced the conundrum of working from home while simultaneously providing comfort, re, and distraction for their children. The illusion that work is work and home is home, bred from dedes of pitalism, seemed to dissipate. For many, the lockdowns over the past...

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