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Canada

Language:

English

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Episodes

Episode 10: Human-sized socks

7/6/2018
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Melissa Tremblett is a visual artist, originally from Sheshatshiu, Labrador and Diana Chisolm is a visual artist originally from Nova Scotia. Both now live in Corner Brook and we talk about their projects and inspiration for those projects and what it is to live and make art on the west coast of Newfoundland.

Duration:00:43:13

Episode Nine: What it all Means

5/28/2018
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Meagan Musseau is an interdisciplinary artist, of Mi'kMaq and French ancestry, from Curling, NL (and a graduate of our Visual Arts program!). We talk about her decision to move back to the west coast of Newfoundland, the evolution of her practice, her heritage, and what that all means.

Duration:00:43:26

Episode Eight: 8 is for Innovate

5/21/2018
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Ian Sutherland, dean of Memorial's School of Music joins me to talk collaboration, innovation, arts training at Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Duration:00:35:53

Episode Seven: Together in Eternity

4/18/2018
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Adam Brake, Artistic Associate with Theatre Newfoundland Labrador, talks about directing Romeo and Juliet with TNL's Youth Theatre program. Adam is an articulate, very bright, and very passionate person - that comes through clearly here!

Duration:00:53:13

Episode Five: The Lady of the Falls

3/22/2018
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Multidisciplinary artist Tara Manuel talks to me about "The Lady of the Falls", her interest in, passion for, and dedication to, puppetry.

Duration:00:30:41

Episode Three: What Was Needed Most

3/5/2018
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Award winning author and playwright Robert Chafe talks about his collaborative project with The Tuckamore Festival, "What Was Needed Most".

Duration:00:37:02

Episode One

2/20/2018
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Adam Brake and Sarah White talk to me about an exciting new announcement from Theatre Newfoundland Labrador and a few other things going on in the theatre scene in Western Newfoundland.

Duration:00:27:11