November 27th, 2020

Local Bloggers

Wrapping Up the Hometown Summer Series

By Editing Luke on September 5th, 2020

Source: Editing Luke Wrapping Up the Hometown Summer Series Between May 1 and August 31 I released over 125 new images from around Medicine Hat and Southeast Alberta as part of my daily “hometown series” inspired by the 2020 lockdown.The project was always intended to be a distraction and creative escape while travel restrictions kept ... Read More »

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Five years

By on September 3rd, 2020

Source: Dominics journey with AML Five years The world is different but the pain is the same.As other parents share pictures of their youngsters going to school again, we took our daughter to Dominic’s memorial bench, tied five orange balloons to it, then played at the park. Orange is the colour representing leukemia. We’d have ... Read More »

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Zachari Logan | Outgrowth

By Amber Hubka Cook on September 2nd, 2020

Source: Esplanade Zachari Logan | Outgrowth This fall the Esplanade presents Outgrowth, a solo exhibition by internationally renowned Regina-based artist Zachari Logan. These exquisitely rendered pastel drawings and ceramic sculptures metaphorically communicate perceptions of memory, mortality, the body and queer identity. The use of flora in Logan’s work is layered with symbolic intent and challenges ... Read More »

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Jeff Goring | Thinking of Others

By Amber Hubka Cook on September 2nd, 2020

Source: Esplanade Jeff Goring | Thinking of Others This fall the Esplanade presents Thinking of Others, a solo exhibition of large-scale graffiti paintings by Medicine Hat–based artist Jeff Goring, aka Sonz1. These sixteen-foot graffiti works are based on kindness and were inspired by Biblical quotes such as “Love your neighbour as yourself” and “Do not ... Read More »

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Rooftop Graffiti Workshop with Jeff Goring

By Amber Hubka Cook on September 2nd, 2020

Source: Esplanade Rooftop Graffiti Workshop with Jeff Goring This graffiti art workshop is not your typical paint night! Grab a friend or significant other for a memorable evening on the Esplanade rooftop, where you will learn some of the basics of graffiti writing from exhibiting artist, Jeff Goring (Sonz1) and create your own artwork to ... Read More »

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Thinking of Others

By Amber Hubka Cook on September 2nd, 2020

Source: Esplanade Thinking of Others This graffiti art workshop is not your typical paint night! Grab a friend or significant other for a memorable evening on the Esplanade rooftop, where you will learn some of the basics of graffiti writing from exhibiting artist, Jeff Goring (Sonz1) and create your own artwork to take home. The ... Read More »

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Olympic Oval in Richmond, British Columbia

By Editing Luke on September 2nd, 2020

Source: Editing Luke Olympic Oval in Richmond, British Columbia Built for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, the Richmond Olympic Oval in British Columbia is currently a multi-sport arena and showcase of Canadian Olympic history. Originally built to host the speeding skating events at the Vancouver Olympics, the venue has since been reconfigured to house hockey ... Read More »

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YOU ARE WHO YOU ARE—The LORD‼️ Not Really An Homily for the Twelfth/Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity/Pentecost—with reference to Ex 3:1-15; Ps 105:1-6, 23-26, 45c; Rom 12:9-21; Mt 16:21-28

By on September 1st, 2020

Source: GENEralities YOU ARE WHO YOU ARE—The LORD‼️ Not Really An Homily for the Twelfth/Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity/Pentecost—with reference to Ex 3:1-15; Ps 105:1-6, 23-26, 45c; Rom 12:9-21; Mt 16:21-28  Which, when all is said and done, is all that needs to be said. Forever and ever. Amen. This is the God whose face cannot ... Read More »

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Wandering the Streets of Tokyo, Japan

By Editing Luke on August 31st, 2020

Source: Editing Luke Wandering the Streets of Tokyo, Japan Lanterns, seafood, and Godzilla – just a few snapshots from the streets of Tokyo, Japan... Read More »

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Bassano Dam in Southern Alberta

By Editing Luke on August 26th, 2020

Source: Editing Luke Bassano Dam in Southern Alberta Opened in 1914, the Bassano Dam in Alberta is part of the Eastern Irrigation District where water is diverted from the Bow River to feed numerous canals and reservoirs. The construction of the dam was a massive undertaking and provides irrigation for roughly 1.5 million acres. ... Read More »

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