Last November, Thomas Poulsen sat down to talk about his creative life and his love of using movement to tell stories.
Watercolour artist Brittney Tough gets a snapshot of her morning workout—an hour of painting before she gets her day started with her job at Studio C.
Photographer Andy Nichols captures a group of Etsy makers exploring behind-the-scenes at Glenbow as part of a new partnership.
Village Radio is back and ready to share the stories of inspiring Calgarians. The first episode features a conversation between Dave Kelly and Jim Button.
Fiasco Gelato CEO James Boettcher is many things—an optimist, entrepreneur, city builder, and even a budding TV personality.
They say moving is the second most stressful activity, after divorce. Imagine, then, moving across the planet, from Syria to Calgary, like Aya Mhana.
When 26-year-old Karl Hirzer took to the stage this September, audiences got their first look at the orchestra’s new resident conductor.
A lot of people would walk a mile to avoid getting up to perform in front of a crowd. Seventeen-year-old Kate Stevens isn’t a lot of people.
A principal with Calgary market research firm of Stone-Olafson, Mathew Stone uses creativity to transform research and data into page turners.