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Episode #96: Maribeth Tabanera

Defining street styles, learning to slow down, giving back to the community AND MORE This week we cut deep with professional educator, pro street styles dancer and choreographer, and DJ, Kilusan. @maribeth.tabenara is such a ray of sunshine and we were so happy to have someone come in and share with us the mysterious world…
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Episode #95: Rayna Masterton

Was Shakespeare a jerk?, completing a play in 6 months vs. 5 years, what does an director really do, AND MORE This week we cut deep with Rayna Masterton, actor, writer, director, and co-founder of Fill The (W)hole Theatre Co. Rayna has a degree from the University of Winnipeg’s acting program and Humber College’s physical…
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Royal Canoe – Glacial: Review + Gallery

Glacial at The Forks was a pair of free shows featuring local indie band Royal Canoe. The live performance included instruments and stage design comprised of approximately 125 blocks of ice harvested from the marsh and brought to The Forks from Fort Whyte. They were deposited in their resting place on the steps of the…
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Episode #94: Jordan Stranger

Festival du Voyageur logo, adapting to big changes, instinctual inspiration, AND MORE This week we cut deep with graphic artists and painter Jordan Stranger. You may recognize @totemdoodem murals featured at the Forks and on Main Street, but most recently he designed the @fdvoyageur logo for 2020. We talk to Jordan about going to school…
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Episode #93: Harry Stafylakis

costs of commissioning, musical themes, metal musicality, AND MORE• This week we cut deep with WSO Composer-In-Residence, Winnipeg New Music Festival Co-Curator, and New York based composer Harry Stafylakis. We bring you this bonus ep just before the WNMF so we could learn a bit more about the festival and what goes in to organizing…
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