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Your holiday live entertainment guide

There is little doubt that with COVID-19, this year's holiday season is going to feel a lot different as large festive gatherings are replaced...

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia has a winner

In a media release, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (AGNS) has announced the winning conceptual design for the new Art Gallery of Nova...

Lions Den Theatre turns to crime

Halifax-based Lions Den Theatre has found inspiration for a new audio drama in one of North America’s most famous crimes, the August 1892 slaying...

Nova Scotia government announces $2.1 million in emergency funding for arts & culture

Through its Ministry of Communities, Culture and Heritage, the Nova Scotia government has announced $2.1 million in funding for arts and culture organizations across...

Celebrating the season safely with The Evergreen Festival

Safety during the pandemic is at the heart of The Evergreen Festival, as Develop Nova Scotia and Discover Halifax announce four weeks of walkable...

The year of Walter Ostrom continues with Art Gallery of Nova Scotia exhibit

2020 is quickly becoming the year of Walter Ostrom. Featured in Israel Ekanem's documentary film at this year's FIN Atlantic International Film Festival, the celebrated...

Nocturne 2020 is a hybrid experience

In the age of COVID-19, Nocturne returns for its 13th edition with a mix of online programming, physically-distanced installations, and a combination of both. And...

Shining a light on an industry that remains dark

Barring any potential power outages from the arrival of post-tropical storm Teddy, beginning one hour after sundown today, several local buildings and marquees will...

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Symphony Nova Scotia takes to social media with 12 Days of Nutcracker

Symphony Nova Scotia has announced that due to the provincial pandemic restrictions, it cannot record and present its condensed online performance of ’Twas the...

Laura Hawley named Halifax Camerata Singers’ first composer-in-residence

Halifax Camerata Singers has announced Canadian composer Laura Hawley will be the choir’s first composer-in-residence in its 35th (2021-2022) anniversary year. “We’re so excited to...

Your holiday live entertainment guide

There is little doubt that with COVID-19, this year's holiday season is going to feel a lot different as large festive gatherings are replaced...

On this Giving Tuesday our local arts organizations need us more than ever

You’ve no doubt heard of Black Friday and maybe Cyber Monday, but perhaps you’ve not heard of Giving Tuesday. According to givingtuesday.ca, Giving Tuesday is a...

20 questions (pandemic edition) with Colleen MacIsaac

During this time of social distancing and dark venues, Halifax Presents continues to check-in with members of our arts community to find out how...