27 episodes

ART WAVES is the perfect way to take a little bit of the Scugog arts and culture scene along on your morning commute, when you work out at the gym, or while you wash the dishes.

ART WAVES is a weekly podcast series all about creating connections and sharing an in-depth background on the arts and culture scene in Scugog. Scugog Arts is bringing you a new interview with a local arts and culture practitioner every Tuesday, straight to your podcast platform of choice. You can subscribe in your favorite app to get a new episode every Tuesday morning.

Art Waves Scugog Arts

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ART WAVES is the perfect way to take a little bit of the Scugog arts and culture scene along on your morning commute, when you work out at the gym, or while you wash the dishes.

ART WAVES is a weekly podcast series all about creating connections and sharing an in-depth background on the arts and culture scene in Scugog. Scugog Arts is bringing you a new interview with a local arts and culture practitioner every Tuesday, straight to your podcast platform of choice. You can subscribe in your favorite app to get a new episode every Tuesday morning.

    Episode Twenty-Seven: Roz Pritchard

    Episode Twenty-Seven: Roz Pritchard

    Roz Pritchard is the Symposium and Workshop Manager here at Scugog Arts. On this episode, Roz discusses how she got started in the arts and culture sector right from the beginning.







    Roz explains how a community can work together to break down the silos between the arts and build positive relationships. Roz also gives a sneak peek of what to expect at the upcoming Scugog Arts multi-arts symposium.







    Thank you to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for helping make this podcast possible!







    Learn more about Energize! A Multi-Arts Symposium, here: https://scugogarts.ca/symposium/

    • 30 min
    Episode Twenty-Six: Lauren Gould

    Episode Twenty-Six: Lauren Gould

    Lauren Gould is the CEO at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery. Lauren explores how she leads the vision and mission of the gallery, while getting hands on with a little bit of everything.







    Lauren describes how arts organizations can work together to build up arts and culture in rural areas by leveraging what they already have and thinking about how they can amplify it. Lauren and Marion discuss the architecture and aesthetic of the Robert McLaughlin Gallery and how it presents a dynamic and inclusive environment for the public to visit. Lauren also touches on the current exhibits in the art gallery and what’s next for the space.







    Thank you to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for helping make this podcast possible!







    Learn more about the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, here: https://rmg.on.ca/

    • 40 min
    Episode Twenty-Five: Kristen Meyer-Creamer

    Episode Twenty-Five: Kristen Meyer-Creamer

    Kristen Meyer-Creamer does it all! She is the Marketing and Social Media Manager at SportsLogos.net and a community leader. Kristen explores the many organizations she volunteers with, as well as the creation of the Port Perry Bulletin Facebook group.







    Kristen discusses creating sports content seen around the globe with her husband and the places it has taken them. Kristen shares how her marketing work allows her to support female entrepreneurs in launching and building their own businesses.







    Kristen also touches on her plans to create an online space for people to connect, find volunteer opportunities, and local events.







    Thank you to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for helping make this podcast possible!







    Learn more about SportsLogos.Net, here: https://www.sportslogos.net/

    • 30 min
    Episode Twenty-Four: Marni Thornton

    Episode Twenty-Four: Marni Thornton

    Marni Thornton is a professor in the Music Business Program over at Durham College. Marni describes the steps she took to land a job in music business and how she is now inspiring young people to achieve their own dreams in the industry.







    Marni explains the dynamics of the Music Business program and what makes it one-of-a-kind. Marni explores how the program attracts international students and how that is making a difference in the arts and culture scene in Durham Region.







    Marni touches on Oshawa Music Week, a week-long series of events organized by the students to develop, support, and unite the music community. Marni and Marion also discuss how events like this are an opportunity to build up the talent and the music industry in the region.







    Thank you to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for helping make this podcast possible!







    Learn more about the Music Business Program at Durham College, here: https://durhamcollege.ca/programs/music-business-administration-music-business-management







    Learn more about Oshawa Music Week, here: https://www.oshawamusicweek.ca/

    • 30 min
    Episode Twenty-Three: Jack Doak

    Episode Twenty-Three: Jack Doak

    Jack Doak is the man and mind behind Old Flame Brewing Co. Jack tells the story behind the Old Flame name, how it influenced and formed the brand today, and why the brewery is much more than just beer.







    Jack explains how the first location of the award-winning brewery ended up in Downtown Port Perry and explores the history of the building. Jack also describes how he grew the brand and expanded the business to multiple locations with unique experiences.







    Thank you to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for helping make this podcast possible!







    Learn more about Old Flame Brewing Co., here: https://oldflamebrewingco.ca/

    • 32 min
    Episode Twenty-Two: Lori Korkola

    Episode Twenty-Two: Lori Korkola

    Lori Korkola is a visual artist and an educator. She comes from a creative family and has always had a pencil in hand ready to draw. On this episode of Art Waves, Lori describes the route she took to become an art teacher and landscape painter.







    Lori explains the challenges of teaching visual arts virtually and the sense of community that can exist between peers in an actual art classroom. Lori illustrates what makes a great art teacher and how investing in her own skills allowed her to encourage the next generation of artists.







    Lori discusses how small towns can bring creative people together, that would have a harder time finding each other in a larger community. Lori also touches on the opportunities that exist in Scugog that can connect people to the arts, and the willingness to look and consider that is found in this area.







    Thank you to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for making this podcast possible!

    • 35 min

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