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PRIDE Q+A: The colourful world of Hexe Noire

Drag queen extraordinaire Hexe Noire has been showcasing her work in Hamilton for more than six years. Noire is acting “Mother” to Hamilton’s alternative drag house, the “Haus of Noire,” founded in 2018. She has been chosen as The Hamilton Spectator’s Diamonds Readers’ Choice Award’s as best…
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Queen of three dimensions

Katya Neklyudova has one of her stereoscopic photos featured in a book published by Queen guitarist Brian Ma Hamilton resident and McMaster University professor Katya Neklyudova, a lifelong Queen fan, has one of her photos published in a book of 3D photography published by Brian May, the…
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Labour’s new stories

Tara Bursey, executive director of the Workers Arts and Heritage Centre, has shifted the non-profit from a place of permanent exhibits to one built around the views of local artists and the community about the present and future of work. From its start as a hub for…
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Crown & Press: A new art experience

Artist Julia Veenstra and her family have opened a gallery and café on Ottawa Street North that aims to elevate artists and make art accessible. Many great new business ventures were dreamed up during the pandemic. That’s the story of Crown & Press.
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For the Love of Hamilton

This regular feature will highlight people from all walks of life who have embraced Hamilton as their new home. Kayla Whitney is from Chatham, Ont. She attended OCAD University in Toronto and opened Koe Design, a commercial arts studio offering illustration, design and mural services, in 2017.
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Ho-Ho-Hamilton!

Don’t let the snowy days and chilly nights stop you from exploring all that the city has to offer. With that in mind, here are six arts-related events that will get you out and about this holiday season. Get Cracking, Eh? Ballet Jorgen stops…