My guest today is Anne Stillwell, who creates negative images with linoleum panels to later print them onto paper with ink.
My guest today is Matthew Dickson. He is sharing the idea of Mind Aid, a program intended to bring awareness to a dramatic lack of mental health support and treatment opportunities in developing countries, as well as generate support for making change.
My guest today is Katrina Slade, an abstract artist whose art and education journey has taken her around the world.
My guest today is Vena Carr, an illustrator who shares how her fun, whimsical images come from memories in the countryside, and how the layers of ink and watercolours combine together.
This week, Emma shares her enthusiasm for the dozens of shows all under the umbrella of The Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival.
Join us for a two-part actual play live tabletop roleplaying session, using Monster-Of-The-Week, a Powered-by-the-Apocalypse game. In part 2, we’re digging into the mystery pretty deeply, and coming face-to-face with this particular nightmare!
Join us for a two-part actual play live tabletop roleplaying session, using Monster-Of-The-Week, a Powered-by-the-Apocalypse game. In part 1, the reality tv scenario is introduced, we make characters, and the investigation is afoot!
My guest today is Alex Good, a local music composer. Alex is searching for a way to reach his audience with a message of warning about environmental issues.
My guest today is Bella Vautour, someone who is rediscovering her passion for art. In the last 8 months, she went from a random suggestion to practicing artist, and now is offering lessons to help others find their way to painting
This week, Emma remembers the famous Woodstock concert fondly through the eyes (and the instruments) of local bands from this weekend, and thinks back to the visiting international performers Hat Fitz & Cara.
My guest today is Chantal Richard, a professor at UNB’s French Department. She also worked on the new Acadian exhibit at the Fredericton Region Museum.
This week, Bondo shares the title track of Take Me Away by Adrienne LeMay from Montreal.
As summer winds down, we say goodbye to a few shows and welcome a few interim shows!
My guest today is Melissa Kennedy, an ink artist who is exploring the intricate and surprisingly human elements of the Odell Park forest.
Just us as we talk about what role character death might play in your games, how it can be a good or a bad thing, and how to handle it when it might be sensitive.
My guest today is Stephanie Pettigrew, the Research Director of a new exhibit at the Fredericton Region Museum focusing on the Acadian residents of Pointe-Sainte-Anne.
My guest today is Carol Harquail, a native fibre artist who uses her skills with sewing and cloth to carry on a tradition of making clothing with meaning.
My guest today is Mary Grant, a fibre artist who creates intricate designs using rug hooking.
My guest today is Melanie Buyting, a self-taught oil painter with a knack for vivid colour.
How do decide if the outcome of a character’s attempted action was an outstanding success, or a marginal failure? How to determine outcomes by degrees, rather than pass/fail?
My guests today are Mary Louise McCarthy and Jennifer Dow, to talk about Black History in the province.
My guest today is Jasmine Cull, an artist who practices basketweaving, albeit not always to make baskets.
My guests today are half of this year’s UNB Kids Songwriter’s Camp.
My guests today are Len Falkenstein (organizer), Hannah Blizzard (director) and Greg Everett (playwright), all involved in this year’s Notable Acts Theatre Festival.
My guest today is Derek Davidson, a sketch-and-paint artist capturing the essence of a moment in motion.