The Glenbow Museum was bustling on Saturday, Oct. 15, for the opening of its newest exhibit, “Watch Me Move: The Animation Show.”
Animation is a visual medium that pervades our collective perception of pop culture, and seeing as its been around for 150 years, this shouldn’t be surprising. From Saturday morning cartoons to the ever-advancing technologies behind computer graphic imaging (CGI) or the newest 3D extravaganzas that have become a mainstay for moviegoers, animation is all around us — even when we may not realize it.
A slinky, full-length dress hung on a mannequin in the front foyer; fancy, detailed hats suspended from coat racks and an abundance of colourful jewelry litter the room's show tables — a vintage lover's dream.
With the haunted holiday coming up, A Vintage Affair held their first annual Vintage Halloween Sale last weekend.
This weekend the Uptown Stage and Screen is set to become a buzz with activity, as people from all over gather at the Arab Film Festival.
The festival celebrates the cultures of countries in the Middle East. From Friday Oct. 21 to Sunday Oct. 23, the Uptown will be playing seven movies from different countries of Arab descent, including Palestine and Syria.