is a general interest arts magazine about creativity and Canadian culture.
Based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, our coverage includes communication arts (advertising, journalism, law, marketing, PR), culinary arts, literature (novels, novellas, essays, poetry), music, performing arts, and visual arts (including film, television and video).
seeks to expand the reach of Canadian culture and artists to the widest possible audience with an authoritative, yet relaxed and accessible style.
Our mission statement:
- Deliver informative and engaging content to Canadians;
- Explore what it means to be Canadian through art;
- Grow and nourish the Canadian arts scene;
- Examine new ideas and perspectives through creators and their works.
Our primary — but not only — target audience is educated Canadian men and women aged 25-34 who are supporters of the arts.
While launched on November 1, 2017, the magazine previously published under the name Popjournalism. Popjournalism, as the name implied, examined media and pop culture issues. It launched on January 1, 2000 and ceased publishing in July 2017. Archives are still available at Popjournalism.ca.
Many posts from Popjournalism will be migrated to ‘s archives in the near future.
I am the poet with her work attached to a clipboard. I am surprised that my first published work, Annie Muktuk and Other Stories, is a book of short stories. There’s irony in that.
Air Farce founding member Don Ferguson shares the behind-the-scenes story about how the troupe made the leap from radio to TV.
A visual history of Canada’s iconic comedy troupe Air Farce, which celebrates its 45th anniversary in 2018.
Disney’s live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast towered over its box office competition in Canada, earning $46.744 million in 2017.
We checked in with the ESO’s chief conductor, and asked him about Edmonton’s arts and culture scene.
Here are five books, very recently published between September and December of 2017, that have made our list.