Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Mark Lewis, Creative Classes, Grad Professional Skills Program, The Varsity

September 10th, 2009
Guests on the show:

1. Christopher Regimbal, Curatorial Assistant at The Justina M. Barnicke Gallery

To lead off the show Christopher Regimbal was in studio to talk about Mark Lewis’ In a city exhibition which just opened on Tuesday at the JMB Gallery. Featuring the North American premiere of the critically acclaimed trilogy Cold Morning, the three new works were originally commissioned by the JMB Gallery and co-produced by the National Film Board of Canada, for Mark Lewis’s presentation as the official Canadian representative at the Venice Biennale (53rd International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia), the world’s oldest and most prestigious Biennale of contemporary art.


2. Evelyn Wiseman, Coordinator for the creative classes at Hart House

Also on the show Evelyn Wiseman dropped by to discuss the exciting new creative classes which are being offered through Hart House. Registration is now open for classes like THE ART OF BEING PROFESSIONAL IN ANY CAREER and IMPROVISATION: The art of Spontaneity Under Control, just to name a few.


3. Jeff Richardson, Programming Coordinator at Grad Room

Continuing with the theme of classes Jeff Richardson from Grad Room was on the show to give us an update on the Graduate Professional Skills Program, which provides grad students with a chance to hone their skills before entering the workforce.


4. Hilary Barlow, Director of Recruitment and Training for
The Varsity

At the bottom of the hour Hilary Barlow, Director of Recruitment and Training for The Varsity, spoke with Gavin about opportunities for student involvement at the paper.


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