Year: 2018

48-hour Rom Com Challenge Screening

Monday, February 12th at 7pm | $10 Suggested Donation The international premiere of the 10 films submitted as part of the Nickel’s 2018 48-Hour Rom-Com Challenge! All of these short films were written, shot and edited all in less than 48 hours. And they’re super hilarious. FEATURING FILMS FROM: Double Double Productions Night Ninja Casio Kids… Read More


Gam Jam 2018

Main Jam Space @ Eastern Edge Presented by GameDev NL   Friday January 26th 5PM: Doors open. Jammer orientation will begin at this time, so it is important to arrive as early as possible. 6PM: Opening Kickoff, at which we will announce the theme for this year’s jam 6:30PM: “Survivor Night” team building exercise Saturday January 27th  9AM-9PM: Main space jam… Read More


PEJIPUK |the winter is coming: MEAGAN MUSSEAU

Feb 2 - March 17

Date: February 2nd – March 17th, 2018 Opening Reception: Friday, February 2nd at 7 pm PEJIPUK | the winter is coming is an exhibition by Meagan Musseau acknowledging the inherent and intuitive connections to Ktaqmkuk, the island now called Newfoundland. This exhibition integrates Indigenous art practice with contemporary techniques to reclaim Mi’kmaq and Beothuk cultural belongings… Read More


EMILY CRITCH: Between

Feb 2 - March 17

rOGUE Gallery: February 2nd – March 17th Opening Reception: Friday, February 2nd from 7-9 pm *Opening Reception in conjunction with Meagan Musseau’s Main Gallery exhibition titled PEJIPUK |the winter is coming* Between Newtown is a rural community on the northern most tip of Bonavista Bay; here, there exists a tension between architecture and environment. The… Read More


Monthly Film Screening

January 28, 2018, Doors open 7pm, film starts 7:30pm

Throughout 2018 as part of our ‘Landless Band’ Project, the last Sunday in every month Eastern Edge will be hosting an Indigenous film screening. Join us on January 28, 2018 for: Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance Directed by: Alanis Obomsawin ”Delve into the action of an age-old struggle as Alanis Obomsawin spends 78 tense days… Read More