Author: m-gallant

Paving the Living Road

“It’s one of the longest projects – personal projects – that I’ve ever been involved in,” Adrian Kiva told me as we framed the photographs that would be his – and Cranewood on Main’s –  first art show, The Living Road. It opened on March 29 and will run until May 6. The show is […]

‘SHOAL’: A temporary reliquary in the grass

At the edge of what is arguably urban Sackville – just off of Lorne Street, across a small canal and nestled in the tall grass – stood a large sign reading “SHOAL,” its five letters arranged in a large X. Installed as early as Aug. 4 (Sappyfest weekend and the probable date SHOAL went up), […]

Candidate for university president visits campus and hosts preliminary events

The singular candidate, Jean-Paul Boudreau, discussed qualifications and answered questions On Monday, Jan. 15, Dr. Jean-Paul Boudreau, special advisor and executive lead at Ryerson University, visited campus to meet with the University’s students, faculty and staff. He could be found four times at three different locations across campus. Boudreau spent one hour at each event. […]

Poetry: Coronation by Mathieu Gallant

Within wonder, here our golden land lies. Thrice these three kings, grandly bid by gold sun, Are, in fairest gold each, coronated. Gifts by Phoebus graced and Phoebus shielded That soon are dwarfed twicewise by what follows: The first will come, welcome, liquid and gold; In engulfing decadence do they drown.   They lie still […]