Creator Profiles

Ted Cavanagh

In his 20s and 30s, Ted had an award-winning architectural practice in Vancouver that was published nationally and internationally. He has chaired and participated in

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Elizabeth Goluch

Artist’s Statement I am a metalsmith. I create one of a kind, larger than life, highly detailed metal insects. Each complex, nature perfect sculpture incorporates

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Lorraine Field

Artist Statement I have an active art practice using the photographic image and its theoretical ground as the foundation for my work. My work since

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Glynis Humphrey

Glynis Humphrey was raised on the coast of North Wales, United Kingdom, before emigrating to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada at the age of ten. She received

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Scott Macmillan

Scott Macmillan enjoys a stellar reputation in Nova Scotia and abroad for his unusual versatility working in the fields of classical, pop, jazz, blues and

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John Little

John Little is a Nova Scotian blacksmith/sculptor. He was born in Newark, New Jersey (USA) in 1943. Having received a BA from Brown University in

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Garry Neill Kennedy

Garry Neill Kennedy, CM (born 1935 in St. Catharines, Ontario) is a Canadian conceptual artist living in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Kennedy studied at the Ontario

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Neil Forrest

Neil Forrest is a Professor of Ceramics at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Forrest has exhibited and lectured in Canada, the United

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Bruce MacLennan

Bruce MacLennan has over two decades experience in Technical Theatre. He has done lighting in theatre, dance, opera, film and television. He has designed lighting for

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Michael Doherty

Michael Doherty is an active participant in the music and theatre scenes of Atlantic Canada. As a composer, sound designer and musical director, he has

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Rejean Cournoyer

Originally from Halifax, Rejean Cournoyer began his acting career 20 years ago at the Charlottetown Festival, and has since resided in Toronto, back to Halifax,

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