An exhibition in St. John’s looks at what Bulgarian refugees brought to the province’s art scene in the 1990s—with resonances to today’s migrant crises.
Plummeting oil prices and economic anxiety are changing Newfoundland's idea of itself yet again, Lisa Moore writes. But artists help put the flux in focus.
To many, Newfoundland’s Fogo Island is a barren landscape of marsh, scrub and lichen-mottled boulders at the edge of the continent. But as author Lisa Moore reports in our fall issue, new arts programs (and dramatic buildings) are changing that image.