16 min

Episode 5: Art Show Bright Lights, Big Sauga

    • Society & Culture

Great art is transformative. Follow our host Claire Carver-Dias and director / curator Prof. Christine Shaw as they sketch out how a new art exhibit, "The Work of Wind: Air, Land, Sea," will transform both a large part of the City of Mississauga, and our experience of climate change.

Special thanks to our guest, Professor Christine Shaw
Director/Curator of Blackwood Gallery | Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, Curatorial Studies and Contemporary Art, University of Toronto Mississauga

More information about "The Work of Wind: Air, Land, Sea" is available at: http://blackwoodgallery.ca/exhibitions/2018/WorkofWind.html

MUSIC (in chronological order):
- Evan Schaeffer, "Smoke" from the album "Big Splash"
- Drake Stafford, "In Heaven"
All tracks available under a Creative Commons BY license from the the FMA, Free Music Archive, at freemusicarchive.org

"Bright Lights, Big Sauga" are:
Writing/Hosting: Dr. Claire Carver-Dias
Production/Concept: Joanna Szurmak at joanna.szurmak@utoronto.ca

Great art is transformative. Follow our host Claire Carver-Dias and director / curator Prof. Christine Shaw as they sketch out how a new art exhibit, "The Work of Wind: Air, Land, Sea," will transform both a large part of the City of Mississauga, and our experience of climate change.

Special thanks to our guest, Professor Christine Shaw
Director/Curator of Blackwood Gallery | Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, Curatorial Studies and Contemporary Art, University of Toronto Mississauga

More information about "The Work of Wind: Air, Land, Sea" is available at: http://blackwoodgallery.ca/exhibitions/2018/WorkofWind.html

MUSIC (in chronological order):
- Evan Schaeffer, "Smoke" from the album "Big Splash"
- Drake Stafford, "In Heaven"
All tracks available under a Creative Commons BY license from the the FMA, Free Music Archive, at freemusicarchive.org

"Bright Lights, Big Sauga" are:
Writing/Hosting: Dr. Claire Carver-Dias
Production/Concept: Joanna Szurmak at joanna.szurmak@utoronto.ca

16 min

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