Urban Planet: New York street artists team up with ballet company

Street artists Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller have been putting up public art – often colourful urban themed collages –... Read More

The case to pedestrianise Fredericton’s Queen Street

FREDERICTON – It is virtually undisputed, the 2012 Harvest Jazz and Blues festival was a success, with musicians performing in... Read More

Morse’s Teas whitewashed

HALIFAX – News broke out (with lots of photos) of Morse’s Teas sign being painted over, over at 1877-79 Hollis St... Read More

New geographic eReader called nomad from Spacing editor Shawn Micallef looking for your support

Have you ever read a book set in real-life places and then looked at, say, Google Earth or Streetview to see where the story and... Read More

Responding to Town Square

HALIFAX – The process by which Rank Inc.’s new business super-complex, Nova Centre, was approved by HRM Council has lacked... Read More

Watch NFB: Territories

Editor: Spacing is pleased to continue our partnership with the National Film Board of Canada to showcase films and interactive... Read More

FAVOURITE FRIDAY: Which piece of local public art is your favourite?

Across the Spacing Blog Network today we are asking our readers in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Otttawa, and the Atlantic cities to... Read More

Events Guide: Nocturne Magic Bus

HALIFAX – The spirit of Nocturne is access to art. This is a noble and worthy venture, but one that needs a bit of tweaking... Read More