Abandoned Paintings By hAJDU bENCE

Abandoned Paintings By hAJDU bENCE

Posted by: on Oct 22, 2012 | No Comments

hAJDU bENCE a Hungarian Fine Arts student with a focus in new-media has created a series of abandoned paintings. A collection of re-interpreted famous paintings without their original characters.

Le Gateau Chocolat

Le Gateau Chocolat

Posted by: on Oct 22, 2012 | No Comments

A bit of sugar and a whole lot of spice Le Gateau Chocolat captivates audiences with his impressive vocals, miniature lycra costumes and long glittering lashes.

145 Years of Canada

145 Years of Canada

Posted by: on Jul 1, 2012 | No Comments

We are all proud Canadians but if there is a day that we can shout it out loud in excitement, filled to the brim with patriotism, it is today. Calgary is packed with loads of fun activities today.

Interactive Monday at Casel Marché

Interactive Monday at Casel Marché

Posted by: on May 23, 2012 | No Comments

Casel Marché has been on our radar for some time, so when we were invited to one of their Interactive Monday events, we of course jumped at the chance. Interactive Monday showcases some of the fine boutiques at Casel Marché in the form of an intimate and interactive dinner.

Mirroring Evil: A Q&A With Artist Diana Thorneycroft

Mirroring Evil: A Q&A With Artist Diana Thorneycroft

Posted by: on Feb 22, 2012 | No Comments

In her latest series, A People’s History, Canadian artist Diana Thorneycroft constructs detailed scenes of historical Canadian events using dolls, miniature props, and posters of well-known Canadian landscapes, and then photographs them using an unconventional lighting technique: well-timed flashlights. The result is a series of photographs that mix history and allegory to create a startling experience of the often forgotten atrocities of Canada’s past.