This episode of The Lunchbox features Jaxon Baker and Aidan Keenan of the Fredericton Region Museum. Baker and Keenan talked about upcoming museum events, exhibit highlights, and highlighted the museum’s wonderful staff. Check out what’s going on at the Fredericton Region Museum here: https://www.frederictonregionmuseum.com/ Songs played: Bill de Hydro, Menoncle Jason [LCL, CAN, French] Wandering, Motherhood
Chat with FAA Artist in Residence, Alex Cogswell. Cogswell is a musician that creates instrumental and folk inspired music.
Chat with FAA Artist in Residence, Leone Pippard. Pippard creates watercolors inspired by nature and memory.
Chat with FAA Artist in Residence, Olivia Thomson. Thomson creates illustrations, comics, and zines.
Chat with FAA Artist in Residence, Darcy Hunter. Hunter creates beautiful landscapes using textiles.
Chat with Canadian punk legend, Joe Keithley from D.O.A.
Chat with local musician, El Tata.
Chat with Empty Nesters, an alternative musician from Montreal.
Chat with Love Language, an alt-rock band from Montreal.
Chat with Bard in the Barracks “Much Ado About Nothing” actors Finn Boehm and Lucas Tapley and director Tilly Jackson.
Chat with actors Naomi McGowan, Scott Shannon, Alex McAllister, and Jason McIntyre and director Len Falkenstein of the Bard in the Barracks production of “Coriolanus.”
Chat with PEI band, Absolute Losers.
Chat with Eddie Young, creator of local music festival, Living Roots.
My guest today is Roland Urquhart, a senior kinesiology student involved a combination research and art project called The Art of Creation.
If you feel you might be missing out on true romance and the great middle-class dream, left with nothing but your participation ribbons, hosts Oliver Pearson, James McPhee and Daniel Salas have a show for you.
My guest today is Shelley Petit, Chair of the New Brunswick Coalition of Persons with Disabilities (NBCPD). She joins me to reflect on the recently announced federal budget, particularly where it makes promises (or omits) with respect to those who have the greatest needs.
My guests today are Len Falkenstein (play director, Director of Theatre at UNB), Heidi Downing (King Henry V); Joshua Burke (Bardolph/Williams). We discuss the desire to stage Henry V, how the play reflects on modern life, and what the experience of representing royalty feels like.
Hosts Lindsay Graham and Madison Currie explore the enduring attraction of apparitions in the age of algorithms.
My guest today is Craig Schneider, a sculptor and installation artist participating in the collective art exhibit Reflections, which is this year’s celebration and commemoration of World Water Day hosted by the UNB Art Centre.
My guest today is Terry Graff, a well-known and respected local artist, former CEO of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, and participant in Reflections, the 2023 World Water Day art installation.
With the release of the Chat GPT late last year, AI went from the convenience of music algorithms to the usefulness of writing term papers and being a creative assistant.
My guest today is Ann Manuel, a visual artist participating in the World Water Day art installation celebrated by the UNB Arts Centre.
My guest today is Shelley Petit, the Chair of the New Brunswick Coalition of Persons With Disabilities (NBCPD), an advocacy organization looking to provide a voice to represent those with disabilities.
My guest today is Don Hannah, a Canadian playwright behind the new play Resident Aliens.