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Scott Hayes

Scott Hayes

Scott Hayes joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2008. Scott writes about the arts, entertainment, movies, culture, community groups, and charities. He also writes general news, features, columns and profiles on people.

Recent Work by Scott

High Energy 26: St. Albert youth exhibit electrifies online

High Energy 26: St. Albert youth exhibit electrifies online

“In a turbulent and unpredictable year, art has been a shelter from the storm," said the gallery curator of the creative process for students during a pandemic.
Edmonton-made horror film has teeth

Edmonton-made horror film has teeth

Music makes for murderous backdrop in this horror-thriller filmed in Edmonton.
Portfolio: Weekly art listings

Portfolio: Weekly art listings

VASA The VASA Members' Spring Show takes place online through the artist collective's social media page found at facebook.com/VisualArtsStudioAssociation .
NorthwestFest: Stay in, binge-watch documentaries online until May 16

NorthwestFest: Stay in, binge-watch documentaries online until May 16

Robust programming is the name of the game for a more 'normal' documentary film-fest experience with more titles than normal.
Artists About Town: Art school through COVID earns personal triumphs

Artists About Town: Art school through COVID earns personal triumphs

MacEwan art students win in grad show while as VASA lines up new online exhibit
Portfolio: weekly arts listings

Portfolio: weekly arts listings

The VASA Members' Spring Show runs from May 1 to May 31
Lace up for the Hike for Hospice

Lace up for the Hike for Hospice

People can sign up individually or in teams at no charge in order to participate in any five-kilometre course of their choosing to be completed during the week of May 2 to 9.
Make It Awkward made easier in new card game in works

Make It Awkward made easier in new card game in works

Racism is not a card that anyone should play. Make It Awkward is developing a game to help drive home the point.
Like soccer with a jetpack

Like soccer with a jetpack

Cosmoball is crazy fun for the whole family, but doesn't treat women with respect.
Always advocate for yourself, brain cancer survivor urges

Always advocate for yourself, brain cancer survivor urges

You never think cancer is going to happen to you, especially if you’re young, strong and healthy, says Kim LaFramboise, which is why you sometimes have to push the medical system to work harder to diagnose what's wrong.