Rob Cameron considers himself a drawer of all sorts. While he doesn’t have a problem drawing from imagination, or putting together comics from what he calls “His weirdest thoughts”, it’s easy to see one of his main focuses is life drawing. You can see his work on Very Satisfied, and even join him at Plan-B Wednesdays 7pm to 9pm for the life drawing sessions he administrates. We took some time Read More
100in1Day – that’s 100 actions all happening on one day: on June 6.
Join other citizens in making the Halifax Region a better place through organising yourself or participating at others’ ‘interventions’. Interventions or urban actions are a simple, low-cost way for anybody to showcase their ideas for a better city. Read More
Holy moly, Portfolio Review Night is just around the corner!
Our second rendition of the partnership between E3C and Behance is May 12th, and we’ve lined up nine reviewers in design, illustration, animation and photography waiting to see your work. Read More
I spent the weekend in a house with 12 other artists drawing nude people in the dead of winter. It was one of the most amazing three days I have spent in a very long time, and I have the kind folks of Red Clay and fellow participants to thank for it. Read More
Do you have a passion for a topic you know so thoroughly that you wish you could share it with others, but don’t have the resources to do so? Would you love to practice teaching? Or, are you looking to expand your mind on topics from knitting to building a solar panel or making sauerkraut, but want a more hands-on experience?
Trade School Halifax to the rescue!
December 11 @7pm, The Foggy Goggle
The Foggy Goggle is all decked out for the season and ready to serve all sorts of liquid cheer! Come out for a Creative Christmas evening with fellow artists. Even if you’re more on the Humbug side of things, you really can’t say no to making new connections within the diverse creative community of HRM. Read More
While attending art college, I had the pleasure (or pain, depending on how hungover I was) of taking a 4-hour life drawing class twice a week for three years. As a student I didn’t always look forward to the opportunity to have a model in front of me, but boy do I miss it now. Now many years out of school, I look forward to attending local life drawing events,but such access isn’t always available. So, to the interwebs I go! Read More