Let’s talk about the strangest musician I’ve ever encountered I wasn’t sure what to expect from my first B.A. Johnston show. My preparation consisted only of viewing the poster (a black and white flaming tiger) and my editor-in-chief’s insistence that I must go and report on what I saw. These details, though minimal, did suggest […]

Artist talk prompts discussion about queerness and body image at Owens Art Gallery Prolific Canadian artist Evergon discussed themes of queerness, body image, gender and aging in his career of photography at the Owens Art Gallery last week. An engaging speaker, Evergon studied visual arts at Mount Allison before pursuing graduate studies at Rochester Institute […]

A centenary symposium was held by the department of music to honour French impressionist composer Claude Debussy One hundred years after his death, Claude Debussy’s music is still considered to be some of the most beautiful and influential to this day. Thought to be one of the most original of “modern” composers, Debussy’s French style, […]

Fine arts students showcase their artwork at the Art Show and Sale This year’s first Art Show and Sale took place last week in the foyer of the Purdy Crawford Centre. At the event, which is open to all, fine arts students promote and sell their work. Hosted by the Fine Arts Society, the sale […]

The annual cult classic ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ took over the Vogue Theatre on Friday night, and transformed it into “transsexual Transylvania” On a blustery Friday night, the eager Transylvanians of Sackville ventured out to see the infamous cult classic Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Vogue Theatre. The theatre-goers were decked out in red […]

Hart Hall played host to a spooky haunted house put on by members of the faculty of arts The spookiest building on campus took a break from its usual role as faculty offices and classrooms on Sunday. Instead, it acted as the setting for the first Haunted Hart Hall, put on by the Dean of […]