At the end of our interview with Executive Chef Brian Corkery, he invited us back into the kitchen for a lesson on how to cook the perfect seared scallop. Thanks to Executive Chef Brian Corkery of The Press Gang Restaurant & Oyster Bar!!


With the premise of this production taking place in a busy trendy restaurant, we sent Breton out to speak with folks working in the downtown Halifax service industry to get the lowdown from industry pros! Big thanks to Alex Pennington of East of Grafton for chatting with us!


INKubator: new voices & untold stories Play development program seeks the storytellers of tomorrow


Back in March, I worked with Neptune Theatre Artistic Director Jeremy Webb on this little promo to show everyone that Neptune Theatre was curtain up ready!


The Desbrisay Museum celebrates art, culture and heritage in Bridgewater and Lunenburg County. This museum has recently been accredited by the Association of Nova Scotia Museums! The new Accredited Museum designation will provide museums with proof of meeting the highest of museum standards and practices for visitors, funders, and supporters. Support4Culture is a proud supporter of this program!
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This past fall, we jumped on the chance to visit Sherbrooke Village Museum! During our visit they were also hosting the Association of Nova Scotia Museums Annual Conference. This gathering brought folks together from community museums from across the province, providing a great opportunity for stakeholders to share information and cultivate new ideas. Support4Culture is proud to contribute to the vibrant growth of museums in our province.  Sherbrooke Village is celebrating their 50th Anniversary this year! Looking to plan a visit? Check out their website for more information:


We stopped by Al Whittle Theatre in Town of Wolfville to learn about the history of the theatre and the impact Support4Culture has had on the theatre's conservation efforts. To learn more about how we support arts, culture, and heritage in Nova Scotian communities, stay tuned for our next video! To learn more about how we support arts, culture, and heritage in Nova Scotian communities, visit our website:


We visited Clare, Nova Scotia to learn about a video game created by Chad Comeau, titled Clarevoyance. Chad discusses the impact funding from organizations like Support4Culture has had on building the game, which involved around 150 people from Clare including artists, eight musicians, and an audio engineer. To learn more about how we support arts, culture, and heritage in Nova Scotian communities, visit our website:


Downtown Halifax Business Commission unveiled a new mural at 1583 Hollis Street as part of their #GrittytoPrettyDT placemaking grant program. The mural is called 'Rio Abajo Rio: The River Beneath the River', and is a collaboration among building owner Navid Saberi, RAD Consulting, and muralist Jacoba Niepoort


In 2015 I visited Downtown Halifax Business Commission event #TasteOnArgyle, ate some delicious food, enjoyed some music and spoke with Business Owners and the public to hear their thoughts on the whole #MingleOnArgyle pedestrian only, closed to traffic space.