Category: Performing Arts

Episode #100: Julie Gendron

defining digital art, where’s Winnipeg?, Merging Mindsets, AND MORE Julie Gendron, multi-disciplinary artist and conference coordinator and art director for the Merging Mindsets Conference happening this weekend, March 13&14. We talk to Julie about some og digital art projects and collectives around Canada including Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver, and how she is trying to bridge…
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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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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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Episode #90: Ace Burpee (Season Three Premiere)

it’s hard taking the high road, The Edge, imagination and going outside, AND MORE• Welcome to the season 3 premiere of Paper Cut! To open our season is host of the 103.1 morning show for 15 years Ace Burpee. Ace takes us through his days in rural Manitoba to his current infamous position on local…
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