Local hip-hop artist Ari i.Q. has walked a long road to where he is today.
Winnipeg is a city where most creative people can be described as having a “diverse portfolio.” But, even by those standards, Tannis Kelm has a remarkably diverse portfolio.
Singer-songwriter and photographer Emily Senyk’s home is part of a story of personal triumph.
Royal Canoe embark on city-wide house party
“Stuff. You collect stuff along the way.” Fred Penner makes this offhanded remark in reference to his Osborne Village home, which is adorned with mementos, knick-knacks and heirlooms from a remarkable life in art and music.
Kate Sinclaire has created a feminist, body-positive indie porn empire. Through her websites Cherrystems and the newly launched Ciné Sinclaire, she’s creating empowering erotic material on her own inclusive terms.
Ro Walker Mills radiates optimism. The 26-year-old hip hop artist and LGBT* advocate’s Riverview home is a reflection of his personality: full of hope and positivity.
The downtown home of Andrew Eastman and Anthony Nelson is clearly a space inhabited by two people who live and breathe art.
Mona Faith Mousa takes a specific aesthetic approach to her Wolseley home. The spoken-word performance poet and community advocate says her white walls and sleek countertops are a necessity for her living space.
There are few comedians in Winnipeg with as accomplished a career as Lara Rae.
For the online issue, we thought we’d turn the cameras on ourselves. Here’s a peek into the homes and lives of The Uniter’s staff.
When people think of Winnipeg’s vibrant independent music scene, they likely consider the many local rock, folk or hip hop acts who can be found around town on any given night. But composer and music educator Kenley Kristofferson is a reminder that indie music in Winnipeg is much more diverse.
If you’ve been to any comedy shows in Winnipeg, chances are you’ve seen Ben Walker perform.
Words like “nature,” “organic” and “sustainability” aren’t necessarily what comes to mind when one considers the art of making jewelry. But jeweler Alexandra Tumanov is gleefully challenging those ideas.
CKUW is an integral part of the University of Winnipeg’s campus community. From its humble beginnings more than 50 years ago, as a closed-circuit station heard only in select university buildings, the on-campus FM station has expanded into one of the city’s most pioneering broadcasters.
The story of how musician Daniel Guezen found his West End home is truly a tale of two Andreas.
Aaron Zeghers has more than earned his place in Winnipeg’s film community. As an artist working in film, video and photography, Zeghers playfully combines experimental, documentary, narrative and found footage elements to create challenging and personal short films.
Natalie Dyck has turned her childhood spent on a farm into a full-blown career.
Winnipeg writer Sheldon Birnie’s latest book is essential reading for any Canadian music fan.
Performance art. Film and video. Installation art. Music videos about vulvas. Shawna Dempsey has done it all.