Kathleen Daly (1898-1994) and George Pepper (1903-1962) met while studying art at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière in Paris, and married in 1929.
Based in Toronto for most of their creative careers, Daly and Pepper travelled and painted together extensively. Both are well known for their depictions of the people and lifestyle of Canada’s northernmost territories, where they lived among their subjects throughout the 1960s.
Wipe away those winter blues and spend the day in the Atrium for Culture Vulture Saturday.
Art meets chemistry in the Jan. 15 edition of the popular, community-friendly program, running from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Using ink from berries, participants will have the opportunity to make a very unique art project.
By AMANDA BERG
The doors to international exchanges have been opened wide with the recent signing of agreements between the University of Lethbridge Faculty of Fine Arts, the Centro Nacional de Las Artes (CENART) in Mexico and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology’s (RMIT) School of Art.
Faculty of Fine Arts New Media majors, Jeff Heaney and Jena Murray, have accepted offers to do their internships with the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) in Montreal starting in January 2011.
With a flash of lightning and a clap of thunder, the stormy tale of The Song of the Say-Sayer, by Daniel Danis, rolls into the David Spinks Theatre in the new year.
Appearing Jan. 20-22 at 8 p.m. nightly (with a 2 p.m. matinee on Jan. 22), TheatreXtra’s third production of the season explores the trauma and tribulations of four extraordinary orphaned siblings.
Members of the University of Lethbridge Calgary Campus recently capped off a very positive 15-year relationship with SAIT Polytechnic by establishing a new transfer scholarship.
The scholarship program is for graduates from SAIT who choose the U of L, and will be made available to transfer students registering at the U of L in the Fall 2011 semester.
By ABBY GROENENBOOM
Maintaining affordable education was the overriding theme of the 2010 Lobby Conference as student associations from across the country gathered in Ottawa recently to voice their concerns to the country’s key decision-makers.
Jan. 7 | Canada West Women’s
Hockey | University of Calgary vs. Horns | 7 p.m., Nicholas Sheran Arena
Jan. 7-8 | Canada West Basketball
University of Alberta vs. Horns
Women’s games, 6 p.m.; Men’s games 8 p.m. nightly | 1st Choice Savings Centre gym
Jan. 8 | Canada West Men’s Hockey
University of Calgary vs. Horns
7 p.m., Nicholas Sheran Arena
By DIANE BRITTON
Whether you choose margarine or butter, use them in moderation. Both products are 100 per cent fat content and both contain 4g of fat per teaspoon or 35 calories in each teaspoon
When choosing a spread, it depends on a person’s medical condition, family history, taste preferences and their overall dietary needs as to which is the best option to use.
A free Alberta Health Services program, Building Healthy Lifestyles (BHL), recently got some help from a team of University of Lethbridge Health Sciences Nursing students.