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How a local artist uses art as a part of the healing process

Georgia Fullerton has been living artfully for as long as she can remember.Fullerton is a Jamaican-Canadian visual artist, expressive arts therapist, arts educator, and...

Healing the soul with art therapy

This week, the LivingRoom's big blue bus stopped by Durham College to help give students a chance to create art while also meeting...

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How a local artist uses art as a part of the healing process

Georgia Fullerton has been living artfully for as long as she can remember.Fullerton is a Jamaican-Canadian visual artist, expressive arts therapist, arts educator, and...

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How a local artist uses art as a part of the healing process

Georgia Fullerton has been living artfully for as long as she can remember.Fullerton is a Jamaican-Canadian visual artist, expressive arts therapist, arts educator, and...

Painting of a fox and her kits wins first-ever MAD 48-Hour Storytelling Challenge

A Media, Art and Design event returned this month under a new name: the 48-Hour Storytelling Challenge.It's been five years since MAD hosted its...

Healing the soul with art therapy

This week, the LivingRoom's big blue bus stopped by Durham College to help give students a chance to create art while also meeting...
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“What We Do in the Shadows” – A Brilliant TV Adaptation

Based on the 2014 film of the same name, this TV show proves itself a worthy addition to the franchise as well as the television landscape.

Mendes’ new single wonders about the future

It’s an extraordinary time to release a new single and album. The COVID-19 pandemic has people scared and unclear about the future.Into this feeling,...

‘Lunch Date With Desi’ brings Hindi to Riot Radio

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a year of change for Riot Radio - expanding to new platforms, new formats and now, a new...

RMG’s fine arts, photography on display in your home

Oshawa's biggest art gallery is combining two of its more popular events in virtual fashion.

What albums to listen to as the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election gets closer

With the 2020 U.S. presidential elections just right around the corner, and the ongoing pandemic crippling the live music concert business, many forms of...

Musicians help ‘create a vibe’ in downtown Oshawa

The first ever Troubadour Series in Oshawa started in late August and just wrapped up but may be something the City can look...

WindReach offers spooky, and safe, Halloween

"It's a nice option for families who don't want to go out but still want to celebrate Halloween with their kids and have something fun to do.”

COVID-19’s community impact: RMG artfully goes online

Editor's note: This is one in a series of articles chronicling the effects of COVID-19 on businesses and organizations in Oshawa.The Robert McLaughlin Gallery...

COVID-19’s community impact: Curtain closes on Oshawa Little Theatre

Editor's note: This is one in a series of articles chronicling the effects of COVID-19 on businesses and organizations in Oshawa.The stage lights have...

Pandemic makes it difficult for local musician to find gigs

Will Surphlis, a 27-year-old musician from Courtice, played as many as 130 shows at pubs and bars across the Greater Toronto Area in 2019....

If you live in one of Oshawa’s priority neighbourhoods, your words can inspire art

Oshawa’s LivingRoom Community Art studio building recently closed because of the pandemic but the organization is still working online virtually to connect with...

Hauntings at the Pickering Museum Village

Prepare to be spooked at the Pickering Museum Village in a ghostly experience as you drive through the village this Halloween season.Due to COVID-19,...