Profile of Joan Sullivan

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  • Collaboration produces ‘The Colours of Love’

    “This collection started when we were serving on the arts council together,” said McGrath.“After some event we started a conversation about ...

  • Rotary has plenty to celebrate

    While the club serves Conception Bay South, Paradise and surrounding area, we like to think of it as our club because of its presence here in our ...

  • Story collection is quirky, engaging

    All their timelines loop and enfold, as all the relationships knit and complicate and advance. The settings move from St. John’s along the ...

  • Popova is dancing a ‘primordial, cosmic dance’

    Elena Popova is standing amidst her new solo exhibition, “Dreamlike,” composed of 13 monotypes. Works like “Dancing in the Dark,” “Tulips” and ...

  • Winter’s writing is unfussy, sensual

    Henry Hayward, the protagonist of Michael Winter’s latest novel, is given this nickname by one of his friends. In a sense it’s a reference to ...

  • From world, to touch, to eye

    All these works are indeed prints, but their pieces diverge widely in the myriad applications integral to the practice.Veselina Tomova’s ...

  • ‘Last Witness’ a respectable thriller

    Author Glen Carter, in his second novel (and featuring the main characters of the first), has a fresh revisitation on one of the most shocking ...

  • Exploring ‘The Small Hours’

    The effect is of stills from a short film, one screened through the mentality of Cindy Sherman. Sherman (famously) photographs ...

  • Quiet please, art in progress

    At least that is supposedly their original arrangement. In the moving film and the static photos this is shown as subject to change. On the dual ...

  • Hynes sounds good in person or print

    It’s hard to disassociate this from writer/actor Joel Thomas Hynes’ distinctive physical voice and performance — but then, why bother? There’s a ...