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Mandy Moraes

Mandy Moraes

I joined Black Press Media in 2020 as a multimedia reporter for the Parksville Qualicum Beach News, and transferred to the News Bulletin in 2022 as a reporter and arts editor. Community news is vital to not only keep people well-informed about the happenings closest to home but to help create a shared culture. I'm always interested in arts, LGBTQ and Indigenous-focused stories. When not glued to my computer, I enjoy painting, doodling, drumming, and playing recreational dodgeball with the Nanaimo Sports and Social Club.

Phone
250-734-4623
Email
mandy.moraes@nanaimobulletin.com

Recent Work by Mandy

Gabriola Island One Act Play Festival will feature all island playwrights

Gabriola Island One Act Play Festival will feature all island playwrights

Three plays will be staged May 30-June 2
Gabriola artist in residence blends sounds of nature with dance music

Gabriola artist in residence blends sounds of nature with dance music

Andrea Wong plays with sound and location as part of project
Vancouver Island artist featured at American Museum of Natural History

Vancouver Island artist featured at American Museum of Natural History

Snuneymuxw’s Eliot White-Hill part of Grounded by Our Roots exhibit at New York City museum
Musician creates theme music for haunted Vancouver Island docuseries about

Musician creates theme music for haunted Vancouver Island docuseries about

Vocalist Elise Boulanger uses ‘ghostly sounds’ on commissioned piece for Spirit Seekers
Filmmakers reveal how horses can help with mental health and suicide loss

Filmmakers reveal how horses can help with mental health and suicide loss

‘Through the Shadowlands’ documentary the work of a Gabriola Island couple
Nanaimo jazz vocalist releases debut single about karma and accountability

Nanaimo jazz vocalist releases debut single about karma and accountability

Teighan Couch will hold a release event at the Black Rabbit Kitchen on May 4
Nanaimo’s poet laureate busy with new book and ‘Poetry in the Park’ project

Nanaimo’s poet laureate busy with new book and ‘Poetry in the Park’ project

Kamal Parmar’s ‘Vanishing into the Blue’ focuses on slowing down
Policing and mental health explored in theatre’s season closer in Nanaimo

Policing and mental health explored in theatre’s season closer in Nanaimo

The Valley by Joan MacLeod will run at the OV Arts Centre April 12-21
Taiwanese-Canadian playwright confronts intergenerational trauma in debut play

Taiwanese-Canadian playwright confronts intergenerational trauma in debut play

Lily Chang will hold staged reading at Nanaimo’s Port Theatre on Jan. 28
Vancouver Island Symphony concert will prove orchestra music is for everyone

Vancouver Island Symphony concert will prove orchestra music is for everyone

‘My Symphony’ with Rick Scott will be performed at the Port Theatre on Jan. 27
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