Submitted by Jenny Gladish on Fri, 2012/10/19 - 2:08pm
Graphic designer Amber Edgar is a woman of many talents, and a creative catalyst of sorts. Her work as a musician has informed and inspired her work as a designer, and led to many collaborations. Her company, Citizen A, calls James Street North in Hamilton home.
Submitted by Jenny Gladish on Wed, 2012/10/17 - 11:32am
We asked, and Hamilton's graphic artists and designers answered. This article, written by Leif Peng, begins the discussion by tackling an issue facing many emerging creatives, and offers carefully considered solutions, too. Mr.
Submitted by Jenny Gladish on Mon, 2012/10/15 - 11:57am
We know graphic design is immensely important as a creative industry, and increasingly so. The medium has a didactic power like no other to spread information, inspire action, and connect people to ideas.
Submitted by Jenny Gladish on Tue, 2012/10/02 - 2:58pm
The role of administering art is often a thankless, underpaid, and misunderstood job. Artists often feel you’re unnecessary, and even a micro-beaurocratic step forced between funding and creation. The public more often than not thinks everyone in the arts is volunteering, and that festivals and exhibitions just pop up out of the ground like carrots. So when an organization as important as t
It’s a rare occasion that any of the CoBALT CONNECTS staff spend the whole week at their desk. Aside from our financial year-end prep week, budget season and a few bouts of feverish grant writing, we probably spend half of our time meeting with other people.