Kitchener’s Lost & Found Theatre's (http://www.lostandfoundtheatre.ca/) upcoming production raises a timely question: “what do we value: truth or certainty?” Tonight’s guest, Richard Quesnel, has taken on the challenge of exploring this question as the director of Doubt: A Parable.
Arts Connection for Monday, March 6, 2017 - Richard Quesnel - Lost & Found Theatre's production: "Doubt, A Parable"
Tonight’s guest was inspired to launch his own arts magazine during his fourth year at Tyndale University College. Conor Sweetman, who is now pursuing his degree in England, launched Ekstasis (http://www.ekstasismagazine.com/) in August 2016. The magazine explores the concepts of art, beauty and culture through content that includes reviews, essays, photography and poetry.
Tonight’s guest has been described as a skillful musician who masterfully crafts songs. Saskatchewan singer/songwriter Keith Kitchen has just released Orbits, his fourth studio CD and he’s on the phone with us from his home in Swift Current to talk to talk about his music and Orbits.
Arts Connection for Monday, February 13, 2017 - Sylvia Woods - "Floriography" exhibit at Kitchener Public Library
Research into the symbolic meaning of fruit, flowers and insects used in art during the Renaissance and the Victorian Tussie Mussie eras gave tonight’s guest the inspiration for her paintings. Guelph artist Sylvia Woods recently opened the exhibit titled “Floriography” – a collection of these floral paintings – at the Kitchener Public Library’s Central location.
Now in its 7th year, the Winnipeg Real to Reel Film Festival which features full-length feature films, documentaries and short films that are “cool, clean and compelling.” Author and filmmaker Paul Boge started the festival and he’s on the phone with us from Winnipeg to talk to us about it.