Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Arts News

Snapshots: The Week of January 14

Hamilton Happenings Congratulations to the Hamilton Music Collective, whose December fundraising campaign raised $35,885 in support of their 2022 ‘Musical Futures Summer Camp.’At this week’s...



Critics’ Picks: 4 Events to Attend (or Stream) This January

This month, it’s hard to know what events might happen and what might not. Quickly evolving government regulations, paired with the accelerated pace of...


Finding Their Voices in the Pandemic: How the Bach Elgar Choir Kept Going

After an isolating two years, the Bach Elgar Choir has returned to bring Hamilton together, but keeping its own members together during the pandemic...
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Other Arts

A Tough Climb for The Staircase: Venue Closes A Year After Reopening

The Staircase announced its triumphant reopening via social media. Thirteen months later, its closure was announced in the same way. “Closed.” was all the Instagram...

Book Review: Brent van Staalduinen’s Boy

Title: BoyAuthor: Brent van StaalduinenPublisher: Dundurn PressPublication Date: 2020 It’s on page four of Boy, Brent van Staalduinen’s award-winning novel that the reader realizes we’re in for an atypical...

Sarah’s Hotspot: Hamilton Artists Holiday Gift Guide

The last year has reminded us how essential our local businesses and entrepreneurs are to our local economy and well-being. At the same time,...

Book Review: Sylvia Nickerson’s Creation

Title: CreationAuthor: Sylvia NickersonPublisher: Drawn & QuarterlyPublication Date: 2019 Hamilton has always felt like a city of contradictions; the disparity between what this city aspires...

Book Festival All Set for Fall Edition

Hamilton is a city with many stories to tell, and literary festival gritLIT is back this November 27th and 28th to help tell them....


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