Turning Calgary into an epicentre of Indigenous fashion design, Otahpiaaki features young designers and artists who are transforming Indigenous designs into couture.
Chantal Chagnon has always lived a creative life. The Calgary-based Cree Ojibwe Métis singer, drummer, artist, and activist even has it in the name of her business.
Coming off a successful bull ball and rocket pop flavoured cask for this year’s Village NUTRaiser, tune in as Julie Van Rosendaal shares her inspiration.
A painter, poet, writer, and performer—and aspiring filmmaker—Elaine Lee started living a creative life shortly after she blew past her life expectancy.
Spending his life finding great powder, this week’s episode of Village Radio with Dave Kelly features outdoor and adventure writer Matt Mosteller.
Pursuing art for the last few years, David Youn is a local photographer who creates dynamic narratives in single frame two-dimensional images.
A Blackfoot filmmaker from the Piikani and Kainai Nations in Southern Alberta, Cowboy Smithx uses his culture as a foundation to create.
A professional wrestler, writer, actor, and philanthropist, this week on Village Radio Dave Kelly sits down with the one and only Bret Hart.
In 2015, Kaely Cormack and Hayley Muir took a look around Calgary’s punk music scene. The view lacked something.