Year: 2016

HOLD FAST 2016 Photo Album

Time to reminisce First off, The Wandering Pavilion! Launched in St. John’s July 2016, the Wandering Pavilion is a temporary structure that moves from place to place becoming something different each time. HOLD FAST transformed the Wandering Pavilion into our Festival Headquarters: a gathering spot, meeting point, and performance stage. The Wandering Pavilion was sponsored… Read More


Community Freezer presented by iNuit Blanche

Oct 8, 2016

  iNuit blanche is the world’s first all-circumpolar, all-night festival of art, music, dance, performance, installation, food and film on October 8th, 2016 in St. John’s, NL. Presented in association with the Inuit Studies Conference at Memorial University, October 7-10, 2016, the city will be transformed by this multi-site festival which will feature exhibitions and performances… Read More


Reimaginging Nanuq: The Polar Bear Postcard Exchange

Oct 6 , 2016

iNuit blanche is the world’s first all-circumpolar, all-night festival of art, music, dance, performance, installation, food and film on October 8th, 2016 in St. John’s, NL. Presented in association with the Inuit Studies Conference at Memorial University, October 7-10, 2016, the city will be transformed by this multi-site festival which will feature exhibitions and performances by… Read More


New-Found-Lands Exhibition

Sep 9 – Oct 18, 2016

September 9 – October 18 NEW-FOUND-LANDS: Exploring historical and contemporary connections between Newfoundland and the Caribbean diaspora Angela Baker, Sandra Brewster, Alison Duke, Roxana Farrell, Anique Jordan, Bushra Junaid, Wayne Salmon, Tamara Segura, Anita Singh, Camille Turner Curated by Pamela Edmonds and Bushra Junaid Opening Reception Friday September 9, 7:00 –  10:00 pm All welcome… Read More


Honouring Artist Annie Pootoogook

Sept 30, 2016

Honouring Artist Annie Pootoogook A pop-up screening of the film Annie Pootoogook (2006) and fundraiser (proceeds to the St. John’s Native Friendship Centre) Co-sponsored by VANL-CARFAC and Eastern Edge Gallery Inuk artist Annie Pootoogook passed away on September 19, 2016 in Ottawa, Ontario. She was a bright light and important figure in Canadian contemporary art… Read More