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David Lester talks about his decades of combining radical politics with music and art.
19 Mar, 2019 | 0:28:07 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

David Lester is a Vancouver-based musician and graphic artist whose work has been woven through with radical politics since he started out in the 1970s. Musically, he is best known as half of the rock duo Mecca Normal, while graphically he has been involved for decades in the creation of everything from pamphlets to posters to graphic novels. Scott Neigh...
19 Feb, 2019 | 0:28:49 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Two-spirited (lesbian) women came out to members of the Indigenous Women's Network at their 1994 Conference on Sustainable Communities, held at White Earth in the USA. They talked about prejudice and acceptance, leadership, AIDS, and tradition. Conference co-organizer, (the late) Marsha Gomez, gave an interview afterwards to Lisa Hayes.
Sabine explores the connection between sight and sound in this episode of Artscape.
01 Mar, 2018 | 0:59:55 |
EN | CFUV 101.9 FM Programming | Artscape

Sights & Sounds by Sabine Ricard Featuring Dr. A. Schloss, Professor in Uvic Computer Music Department (Speciality: musical mind perception and altered states induced by music), Dr. R. Tonks, Professor in Psychology in Social Sciences Department (Speciality: Music Psychology), Meesh Beam, local puppeteer, performance and visual artist, former Minister of Casual Living – Artist Run Centre and University of Victoria...
Adam Cantor speaks with artists to understand how mental health plays into art.
20 Feb, 2018 | 0:59:55 |
EN | CFUV 101.9 FM Programming | Artscape

Art & Madness by Adam Cantor – My name is Adam Cantor, and I made this podcast. I would prefer you stop now, and not read this description. Nobody needs to hold your hand before you experience a piece of art. Nobody needs to whisper in your ear what it means, or why it is important, or what makes it...
Clayton Windatt talks about the work of the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective.
02 Jan, 2018 | 0:28:12 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

On this week's episode of Talking Radical Radio, Scott Neigh interviews Clayton Windatt. He is, in his own words, a "Metis non-status Indian," and he lives in Sturgeon Falls in northern Ontario. He is the executive director of an organization called the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective (ACC). Their members are Indigenous curators and artists – generally those whose focus is contemporary...
Shadows of the dispossessed
17 Dec, 2017 | 0:28:47 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Nalini Malani (b. 1946, Karachi) is India’s foremost video and installation artist and a committed activist for women’s rights. She spoke to WINGS producer Mindy Ran in the spring of 2017, at the Stedelijk Museum, where her shadow play Transgressions and other works were installed. She talks about the epidemic of greed and violence against women and the lower castes...
A civil courts approach
04 Dec, 2017 | 0:28:50 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

In a 1993 address to a law conference, attorney Catharine Mackinnon stated that aggressive and violent porn harm not only the subjects abused to make it but also porn consumers, who experience "primitive conditioning" and "unconscious mental intrusion and physical manipulation" to objectify women and sex. A model ordinance she co-wrote would have allowed porn victims to sue for damages,...
Fictional figures mess with your mind
12 Nov, 2017 | 0:28:42 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Batgirl and Wonder Woman have changed over time, but psychoanalyst Hilda Fernandez and interviewer Frieda Werden cling to favourite earlier versions that formed their identities.
How come Gozilla never destroyed Vancouver? How come aliens never seem to land on Parliament Hill?
17 May, 2017 | 0:06:16 |
EN | Craig Rintoul |

It looks like a kid's picture book at first glance. Until you realize the cute bear on the cover is actually huge,really, really angry and using Toronto's iconic CN Tower to smash buildings! "When Big Bears Invade" was created and written by Alexander Finbow with illustrations by Winnipeg-born Nyco Rudolph.
Art Hives with Dr. Leah Lewis
05 May, 2017 | 0:30:00 |
EN | CHMR FM Music Department | Living Heritage Podcast

Dr. Leah Lewis is an assistant professor, counseling psychologist, creative arts therapist and project lead of the Open Art Studio or Art Hive. Art Hives are forms of community based practice, grounded in social justice and art therapy frameworks. Also known as open studios, art hives create publicly accessible spaces for people to gather, exchange, and make art. The art...
Two feminists talk about the Art & Feminism campaign's work to close the gender gap on Wikipedia.
02 May, 2017 | 0:28:08 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

On this week's episode of Talking Radical Radio, Scott Neigh speaks with Areum Kim and Amber Berson. They have been active in organizing participation in Canadian cities in the global Art and Feminism campaign. Art and Feminism is working, with particular reference to feminism and the arts, to challenge the huge gender gap among the people who contribute to Wikipedia...
A vast archive of evidence of women from history and pre-history is being digitized online
16 Apr, 2017 | 0:28:49 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Women are almost entirely missing from the study of history and history is almost entirely omitted from women's studies, says independent scholar Max Dashu. Collecting and organizing the missing data and images documenting women's roles - and their resistance to repression - in historic and pre-historic times became her life's work, and she is gradually making the entire trove available...
Printmaking with Graham Blair
30 Mar, 2017 | 0:38:46 |
EN | CHMR FM Music Department | Living Heritage Podcast

Graham Blair is a printmaker and graphic designer based out of St. John's, and holds a master's degree in Cultural Anthropology and Museum Studies from the University of British Columbia. After working in both non-profit and commercial galleries for a decade, Graham began pursuing printmaking full-time five years ago. He specializes in woodcut prints using techniques based on the earliest...
Julie Crooks talks about the photo exhibit No Justice, No Peace: From Ferguson to Toronto.
08 Mar, 2017 | 0:28:12 |
EN | Scott Neigh |

On this week's episode of Talking Radical Radio, Scott Neigh speaks with Julie Crooks. She is an independent curator, an instructor at the University of Toronto, and a co-founder of Black Artists' Networks Dialogue (BAND). She speaks about the recent photography exhibition No Justice, No Peace: From Ferguson to Toronto, and about photography as a tool for social change. Since...
Vancouver's Grassroots Music Fest
24 Feb, 2017 | 0:10:44 |
EN | cjsfprog | Making Time for Radio Documentary Series

Music Waste is Vancouver's long-running community organized and focused alternative and underground music festival. In A Festival for the Rest of Y'all, Jamie Cessford digs into the event's history with founding members. Jamie Cessford is CJSF's Arts & Entertainment Coordinator, co-host of the Vancouver Mixtape (with CJSF Public Affairs & Talk Coordinator Jesse Wentzloff) and an avid participant in Vancouver's...
Masked women assail art exclusion in new creative ways
27 Jun, 2016 | 0:28:49 |
EN | Frieda Werden |

During a one-year "Feminist Art Takeover" of Minneapolis (ended March 5, 2016), producer Dixie Treichel from community radio KFAI interviewed two founding members of the Guerrilla Girls about the history and present of this mischievous feminist art movement. They were joined by Joan Vorderbruggen, a leading local organizer of the takeover.
Pam Hall talks about her project on the importance of local, rural knowledge.
20 May, 2016 | 0:39:25 |
EN | Bojan Furst | Rural Routes

This week on Rural Routes my guest is Pam Hall, an artist and a scholar who dedicated much of her artistic practices to rural ways of living. Her latest project is called Towards an Encyclopedia of Local Knowledge. This collaborative project is at the same time a celebration, but also a warning that local, place specific, knowledge is something we...
Archaeologists disagree about female figurines
15 May, 2016 | 0:28:48 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Millions of female figurines have been found by archaeologists, spanning some 40,000 years. Some say they are sex symbols, some say they are realistic portraits of ancient women. Dr. van der Meer's views are more complex and incorporate cross-disciplinary research findings.
Jocelyn Pettit, Paul Snider
13 Nov, 2015 | 0:54:00 |
EN | Dan McPeake | Endeavours

Author David Day, Sculptor Blake Ward, Theatre Artist Andrew Laurenson
02 Nov, 2015 | 0:58:00 |
EN | Dan McPeake | Endeavours

we explore how art can examine philosophy, spirituality, and history
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