Halloween is right around the corner. Grab a pumpkin—real, or craft—and get crafting. Here, Sandra shares her guide to creating a glittery decorative pumpkin.
One of the key elements to identifying historical images is you! Elena shares sleuthing tips and recounts recently solved photo mysteries.
"After writing a series of blogs this summer about revolutionary female artists Mary Cassatt, Hannah Höch, and Yayoi Kusama, I decided to create three art pieces each inspired by each of these artists."
"This painting is an art appropriation of J. Howard Miller’s We Can Do It poster from World War II, made to boost female worker morale. The model is Stephanie Kurlow, the first hijabi ballerina!"
"In difficult times like now, I feel like we appreciate essential workers more and more. I made this painting to show frontline workers, who have been really stepping it up and making sacrifices and major risks throughout this time, how much we appreciate all that they're doing during this global pandemic."
Written by Claudia, staff member, Halifax Central Library | Flying to Sable Island in a prop plane was the realization of a dream of mine. My father had been to the Island many years ago and his recollections of the wild ponies fuelled my imagination and desire to live the experience myself. Library staff members live lives of wonder and intrigue in their daily work. Outside of work, many s
If it seems like there’s never enough funding to support your charity or not-for-profit, Grant Connect can help you find funds for your projects and ideas.
Written by Teen Blogger, Janey | "I love learning about what other people in my life celebrate. With Thanksgiving coming up, I thought it would be interesting to look at some holidays people celebrate, around the world and here in Canada."
With the Halifax municipal election happening on Oct. 17, expand your reading list this fall to include a title or two from this democracy themed reading list.