Short documentaries and trailers by Eckova Film and Media Productions.
What is Hearts and Hands?
The video shows what Hearts and Hands is and through art, how we create community. L’Arche Antigonish.
Imagine Antigonish presents a visual history of the essential conditions for community health and wellbeing, and cultural, financial, and environmental sustainability, The heritage photos of Antigonish are organized thematically to illustrate the conditions for community health that are universal and at any historical moment. The project presented banners with reconstructed historical photos 2014-2016. Banners are now on display at the Antigonish Heritage Museum. See more photos www.imagineantigonish.cawww.imagineantigonish.ca
Dance For Life
Dance for Life in 2016, showcased the multi-cultural Antigonish Dance Community and a dialogue on the healing power of dance. Performers included First Nations, Antigonish Creative Dance Association, Maureen Fraser Dance Studio, L’Arche, Ecstatic Dance Community, Scotia Highland Dancers, and StFX/Coady students and community participants representing Ukraine, India, Pakistan, and Egypt as well as Celtic, American and Acadian cultures. After each brief dance number, performers spoke to how dance contributes to health and well-being. The evening will culminated with a One World Dance. Jill Sonke, Director of the Center for Arts in Medicine, University of Florida spoke at the event. The evening was a partnership between AHA! and the Heritage Association of Antigonish. See more
Play Along With AHA!
We had a wonderful afternoon with old and new friends at the Play Along with Arts Health Antigonish (AHA!) afternoon November 14, 2015 at St James Church hall in Antigonish. There were many activities to join in on and explore and great music to sing along with or just relax and enjoy. We had an opportunity to try a variety of “play shops”. Thank you to all the many facilitators, artists and performers who made this possible: • Anne Simpson and Janette Fecteau: Wordpools and Whirlypoems • Mary Partridge: Garden Boxes for the RK • John G-P: Merriment Mends • Celeigh Barber Russell: Pollock Painting • Peter Jowett: Photography • Angus MacCaull: Playing with Sentences • Brendan Ahern: Inform for Fun • Maureen St. Clair: Writing Ourselves Back to Ourselves • Patti Huston-MacIsaac: Use your Words • Rachel Power: Wire Sculpture • Song writing circle with Kim Wempe, Jeremy Holmes, Noella Murphy, Rosemary Curry • Introductions: John Graham-Pole, Anne Simpson Steering Committee: Liz Brennan, Noella Murphy, Anne Simpson, John Graham-Pole Video Production: Denise Davies, Eckova
What it’s like to have a hearing test
Audiologists are trained to provide thorough hearing assessments. At Highland Hearing Clinic, hearing exams take about an hour. See what to expect by watching this video. We recommend having your hearing checked every one to two years. Highland Hearing Clinic Antigonish.
Susan Walsh – Art of Resilience
Susan Walsh. Art of Resilience exhibition at The People’s Place Library, Antigonish NS. September 2015.