A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall in WR
But climate change adaptation is hardest for vulnerable populations
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Unlearning Our Many Toxic Masculinities
Local men are working together to understand masculinity and the root causes of gendered violence.
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Artin’ Around With Janice Lee
From the outside, Janice Lee has had a successful year. She received the “Leading Women, Building Communities” award from the Ontario Women’s Directorate, was the 2015 Oktoberfest Woman of the Year in Arts and Culture, and as the City of Kitchener’s 2015 Artist in Residence, just wrapped up her Folk Myths of Kitchener project. Given these accolades, you might be surprised by a recent post on Lee’s blog, entitled “I feel like giving up.” In this post, Lee describes being exhausted by the token support she receives for her art, her role as the go-to champion of K-W’s spoken word scene, and the systemic oppression she experiences as a woman of colour.
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OWEN PALLETT TALKS ART AND COMMUNITY
“Lamenting the lack of an art scene is missing the point,” Pallett tells TCE.
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Web Sneak Peek: Owen Pallet Interview
TCE sat down for a long conversation with Owen Pallett this month, in anticipation of his show, tonight, November 29, at the Starlight Social Club. Pallett shared about the intersection of community, identity, and art, among other things. Here's an excerpt of that interview.
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