Victoria Stone is one of several Artbeat alumni artists who will be participating in this week’s 24-Hour Art-a-thon. For Stone, making sculptures is an emotional and passionate experience.
For artists coping with mental health issues, Artbeat Studio is a sanctuary where one can thrive in a supportive environment. Marcus Bauer is one of the artist alumni who will be participating in Artbeat’s 24-Hour Art-a-thon this week.
From a distance it looks like a large, square shaped structure. Coming closer, one can see that this intriguing sight on Home Street is actually a snow sculpture in the making.
The talent this collective group of women share is phenomenal. They are true pioneers exploring beyond the borders of what anyone imagines about women and art.
We lost a couple of people this past week who truly succeeded in making at least part of the world a better place.
When New Zealander, Hai Romana came to Winnipeg ten years ago, a twist of fate and some caring individuals enabled him to live here for good, which has many in the community happy that he stayed.
Growing up in a home where alcoholism was prevalent and where she was often ridiculed, Kathleen Crosby turned to art. “I went to a place where I wasn’t worried about things that were too hard to think about,” she says.
Is there anyone who might be able to grab hold of this kid and wake him up before it’s too late? The really sad part is we see absolutely no evidence of remorse on his part.
The outpouring of support for the cooperatively-run Mondragon Coffeehouse and Bookstore in their last days of being open, has been overwhelming for past and present co-op members.
One thing I do remember about Neil, he always managed to rub people like teachers and principals the wrong way. Nowadays, he is challenging politicians and oil executives, while shaking the rest of us out of our comfort zone.