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Chelsea Yang - Smith

Chelsea Yang - Smith is a freelance photographer from Calgary, Alberta. Graduating from the Alberta College of Art and Design, majoring in Photography, she is interested in creating work that involves vulnerability and questions contemporary femininity. Her interests extent to failed relationships, and capturing all sides of intimacy, challenging mainstream ideas of romance and sex.

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Okay Hollywood - Close Talker

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan band Close Talker are an indie-rock band, with a twist of this and a pinch of that. The release of their music video Okay Hollywood playfully jabs at being "too cool" and it's an essential reminder to keep ourselves grounded. These guys are professionals but lets also keep in mind that they are a little goofy as well, so the components of the video are satirical, clever, and fun! Q&A below.

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Tenille Arts

Country singer-songwriter Tenille Arts is Saskatchewan talent from a small town called Weyburn. Signing a publishing deal in Nashville this past year, she currently works and resides there. With her debut EP entering Itunes Canada Top Country Albums at # 1, she is well on her way to making a huge splash in the country music scene. Check out the Q&A below. 

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Nono Ryan

Nono Ryan is a slam poet and rapper from Regina, Saskatchewan. As a past Muay Thai Fighter and a Theravada Buddhist Monk, Nono connects his South-East Asian influences and brings his words into a contemporary rap setting. Read more in the Q&A below.

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The Garrys

The Garrys are a sister three-piece (Lenore, Julie, and Erica Maier) hailing from the frozen prairie berg of Saskatoon SK. Their music has been called hazy, lo-fi, garage-pop, surf, psych, and doom-wop. With a new album release coming in 2017, their new album aims to demonstrate a more sophisticated level of songwriting and studio production. More in their Q&A below. 

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Surf Dads

Surf Dad's is a couple of cool dudes that have hit the ground running this past year. With a full length album on the way for 2017 and touring across Canada, the indie-banging band keeps the energy as high as it can go. The independent act has been called "Weezer on Speed". To read more, check out the Q&A below.

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Emily Kohlert

Emily M. Kohlert, (aka Dandy Lion) is a multi-diverse art and design extraordinaire. Balancing the two and using those skills in different areas of practice, she does graphic design and web design, film, photography, printmaking, video, and music. Providing clean and simple designs, her aesthetic has a finely tuned finishing to it. To read more see the Q&A below.

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Stephanie Mah

In her final year at the University of Saskatchewan, Stephanie Mah has been preparing a series of paintings for her grad show for this coming March. Her attention to detail and presenting a well thought-out finished product is what makes her an artist to look out for post-graduation. Exploring concepts of consciousness and identity, check out the Q&A below.

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Perspectives From Behind The Lense

Combining forces, Trifecta Productions in Regina is putting on a two-part concert series at Flint Saloon in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. With arts and music acts from both cities, it's sure to be a stepping stone for melding the two cities a little closer together. An inside look at Trifecta's start and where it's headed. Plus, the two photographers behind the events will give you the inside scoop on what the festivals and concerts are all about.  

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LOA

Emerging singer-songwriter LOA, is the feminine force behind the new-wave music that’s rising out of the prairies. Premiering her new single Funeral, she was noticed by Regina Discovery Chart Attack’s yearend article The Best Music of 2016 From Cities Around Canada. LOA is a alluring force that will be hitting it hard in 2017. To read more see the Q&A below. 

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Vbnd

Musician Devon Rain Gunn, or as the internet calls him vbnd, is known as a “sad artist” for his emo’esque vibe. The Saskatoon, SK artist incorporates flavors of r&b/soul, jazz, trap, and future genres. Always in a constant state of evolving, vbnd is continually thinking about where his work might lead him. A Q&A that will brighten your day, below.

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Marley Johnson

Spending most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Marley Johnson has completed a term in NYC and a year-long artist residency in Lunenburg, NS post-graduation from NSCAD University. Primarily a painter, Marley works in collage, who also experiments with drawing. Since then he received the Arts Nova Scotia Creation Grant to continue his practice. He currently lives and works in Montreal, QC, awaiting a pending application to Concordia University.  A casual Q&A about the art life and the struggles. Read below. 

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A Source of Fire - Flint Saloon (Part 3 - The Music)

Part 3 of the 3-Part Flint Series ends with The Music.  With a diverse group of local DJ's that share the same love of music, Flint Saloon is a great place to hear the beats of Saskatchewan's own.  Find out more about the music events that happen every Wednesday and the end of the month below.  

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