March 24-25 on The Weekend Arts Magazine
Engine Productions wants to change the way you see theatre and the place you see it, Laura Huckle talks about The Shape of Things. Poet Mark Callanan is off to Toronto to do battle with other bards in competition for one great prize. The Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador turns 40 this year and they are celebrating all year long - their Capturing Craft Photo Contest is just one their party events and they want you to join in. The BMO Winterset Award winner is announced and that lucky scribe will be along to talk about what this honour means. Kelly Hill of Hill Strategies Research has some information on how people in this province take part in the arts, culture and heritage activities available to us. Liner Notes features Baytown and their cd Two Places.
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