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Art installation inspired by Métis artist Jaime Black. Photo: Edna Winti/Wikimedia Commons
Krystalline Kraus | A series of art projects and installations explore the difficult subject of Canada's missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Podcast
David Lester - radical music, graphic history, and the Winnipeg General Strike
Scott Neigh | David Lester talks about his decades of combining radical politics with music -- including as half of a rock duo -- and art, and about 1919: A Graphic History of the Winnipeg General Strike.
Podcast
Jawad Rhalib - When Arabs Danced
Face2Face | Jawad Rhalib & Face2Face host David Peck talk about the new film 'When Arabs Danced', exploring themes of stereotypes, the gender gap, art, fundamentalism, culture and the power of knowledge.
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Photo: Tania Ehret
Tania Ehret | The Dril Art Collective wants the installation to offer “a way to process the things that stimulate us through the senses.”
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Image: Slowking/Wikimedia Commons
Victoria Fenner | A talk from the Precarious: ArtsWORK Festival in Peterborough
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Image: provided by Precarious: Peterborough ArtsWORK Festival
Victoria Fenner | Kate Story, co-organizer of the Peterborough ArtsWORK Festival, talks to Victoria Fenner about what precarious workers can learn from artists
Podcast
Robert Cenedella on Art Bastard, The "Art Game" & a Narrow Minded Establishment
Face2Face | Robert and I talk about his new film "Art Bastard," how not to play the "art game," the narrow-minded establishment, and what isn't art.
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Political Hot Potato
Daryn Caister | This week's episode includes the move from ocean oil drilling to ocean strip mines, the connection between art and environment and the TPP, Hillary Clinton and privatization.
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Meghan Murphy | Milo Moiré's new performance art piece sends a regressive message, disguised as "feminist."
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The Purple Thistle operated for years as a youth-run space for arts and activism in Vancouver's East Side. The film, Common Notions, explores what made the Purple Thistle work for young people.
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Bahia Shehab
Charlene Sayo | The TED Senior Fellow and UNESCO Accomplished Women Speaker shares her thoughts on the Arab Spring, and choosing between being a spectator or participant in times of revolution.
Podcast
Lawrence Hass on Mystery, Failure and Art.
Face2Face | Lawrence talks about mystery, context, the fear of failure, wonder and the "business" of art-making. He speaks about obstacles to good living, how art can be life-giving and why philosophy matters.