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  • Biography of artist, Sid Butt
  • The quiet months of February and March were known as the matting season along the rugged coast of northern Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • Newfoundlanders have always been topical in their songwriting, fashioning lyrics to reflect their lives and their communities...
  • In the 1930s a dance group was formed at St. Patrick's Hall School, St. John's. The St. Pat's Dancers, were taught Irish step dancing, performed with tap shoes.
  • The Stephenville Theatre Festival was created by Maxim Mazumdar and opened in 1979
  • Biography of artist Stewart Montgomerie
  • Biography about the writer and poet, Susan Ingersoll
  • Biography of artist Sylvia Bendzsa
  • Newfoundland television stations have produced and presented thousands of hours of local music, comedy, drama and documentary.
  • Theatre Newfoundland Labrador (TNL) was founded in 1981 by Maxim Mazumdar. Based in Corner Brook, TNL produces a theatre season from September to May
  • The history of theatre in Newfoundland and Labrador is long and varied.
  • Tracks from Tickle Harbour's <em>Battery Included</em> and album credits.
  • Traditional tracks from Tickle's Harbour's <em>The Brule Boys in Paris</em> and album credits.
  • Overview of the music of the band Tickle Harbour.
  • Biography of painter Tish Holland
  • Biography on the writer and poet, Tom Dawe
  • Traditional music represents the province's history and culture, and forms a vital link between the past and present.
  • While the arts take many forms, vernacular art has always been important in Newfoundland daily life.
  • The visual arts have long played a part in the history of Newfoundland and Labrador, though they may never have been as significant or visible as they are today.
  • Biography of the writer and poet, Irving W Fogwill