-9 C
Prince Albert
Sunday, March 24, 2019
Home Arts Page 33

Arts

New perspectives

Local writers group helps those with mental illness express their experiences For more than three years, Prince Albert poet Lynda Monahan has been helping people living with mental health issues express themselves through writing. Over that period, Monahan said she has...
With a new album in the works, singer Jeffery Straker heads to Prince Albert Jeffery Straker has a problem: He has written too many songs. “It’s a good problem to have,” the Saskatchewan singer/songwriter said by phone during a break from...
P.A. needleworkers return to Grace Campbell Gallery for annual exhibit Linda Wolch joined the Prince Albert Sharp Needles Embroiderers’ Guild as soon as she moved to the city 20 years ago. “This was my sanity knowing that I could meet people...
Police are still investigating an early morning shooting at a house that neighbours say is a trouble spot A house on the 700 block of 12th Street West was shot up early Wednesday morning. Officers responded to the shooting at 6:45...
Prince Albert talent comes together for feature-length film A local film production is nearing completion and lead audio and IT crew member Steve Thiessen said the fact that nearly everyone involved is from P.A. was a helpful touch. “The people you...
For more than 40 years the Evergreen Artisan Market has provided artists with a place to share their work Gail Carlson has been involved with the Evergreen Artisan Market since the very first show at the Prince Albert Arts Centre...
Longtime P.A. singer Heidi Munro makes her return for a “real groovy” show For 24 years, singer Heidi Munro was a presence in the Prince Albert music scene, known for her country and rock vocals. Munro moved to Saskatoon three years...
P.A. theatre director switches from comedy to drama for upcoming production Maureen Pepper was first introduced to the 1958 Edward Albee play The Zoo Story around 10 years ago. The Prince Albert theatre director said she’s been keeping that play...
Up to 3,000 visitors expected to attend annual artisans’ show and sale Lorri Wiberg says the Evergreen Artisan Market is more than just a trade sale. “It’s a happening. It’s an event… This is an artistic, creative venue where anybody coming...
Country music show shines a spotlight on young musicians from around Prince Albert Following a “successful” inaugural outing, the Prince Albert Country Music Association (PACMA) is holding its second annual “Tribute to Country Music” show. More than 20 musical acts from...

TOP STORIES