Originality

18 Mar 19
Miranda the Middle-Aged Witch

Last Saturday night, after an exhausting week of work and the onset of the kind of tiredness that seems to burrow deep into your bones, I grabbed an oversized blanket, curled up on my couch and finally watched Luca Guadagnino’s 2018 remake of Suspiria. Although my tiredness may have been conducive to my immersion in […]

18 Mar 19
RaiseThemRighteous

Square Zair Pair (2015), written by Jase Peeples and illustrated by Christine Knopp, is a quirky picture book reminiscent of Dr. Seuss. The story takes place in Hanamandoo, a fantasy world inhabited by Zairs. Zairs hatch from eggs that grow from vines. Some are tall and square; others are short and round. Round and square […]

18 Mar 19
Inside the Madness

Creativity is hugely discussed in society of today, perhaps partly due to the rising industry of so called “creative careers”. This can include the more traditional jobs in the field such as acting or writing but also, from a modern day perspective, self employment in video making, blogging, photography, or styling alias content creators and […]

18 Mar 19

SOCS FINAL CONCERT 2018-2019 SEASON –  Friday, March 29, 2019 South Okanagan Concert Society decided to blow the budget and bring in the irresistible O-Celli, cello octet, to complete the 2018-2019 concert season.  That translates into eight (yes 8!) musicians drawn from prominent European orchestras from Paris to Belgium to Britain.  This is a cosmopolitan  […]

18 Mar 19
Morgan Hardisty's Film Studies Blog.

Buster Keaton is an American, surrealist comedian who specialised in acrobatic performances and is one of the glorified silent cinema stars of the early 20th century. Buster keaton was extremely popular but unfortunately his work was lost for 40 years, luckily rediscovered by a parisian. It is known that the french loved keaton as there was no language […]

18 Mar 19
Genesis our Evolution

The “Lord Strange’s Men” was an early group of actors, which were the forerunners to the “Lord Chamberlain’s Men.” So who were the Lord Chamberlain’s Men? They were a group of actors who performed the plays as written by William Shakespeare, and he was in the early day’s one of its shareholders, and often stepped […]

18 Mar 19
Erwin Wensley

Why is Citizen Kane considered such an important movie? That’s a question I’ve always asked myself until I finally watched Orson Welles’s debut movie, who directed Citizen Kane and even starred in the lead role of the movie at the age 25. That’s already serves as an attraction to the movie, but we can’t forget […]

18 Mar 19
Current School News

$510,000 Gold Medal Portfolio Award 2019-2020 | Apply Here. Gold Medal Portfolio Award 2019… The Gold Medal Portfolio Award is open to graduating high school seniors. You must submit a portfolio of eight distinct art or written works that exemplify originality, technical skill and personal voice in order to be considered for this award. Gold […]