Rachel Rose is a creator and educator using the expressive arts and other contemplative practices for healing and social justice.
Not many performers find themselves playing Carnegie Hall, but then again, when you learned your craft on the street, the distinction gets blurred a bit.
Sharon Stevens and Kenna Burima ask the Creative Calgary Congress to consider how the arts bring the public together to experience greater connection.
Michele Decottignies and Jenna Rodgers consider what it takes to move from individual empowerment to collective impact through cross-cultural solidarity.
Dave Lawrence talks about his Fubar legacy, Calgary’s own Loose Moose Theatre Company, and Sundance Film Festival this week on Village Radio.
It’s a massive adjustment to transition away from the gender you were assigned at birth. But for a lifelong choir member, their voice must also transition.
Cowboy Smithx and Rio Mitchell share their knowledge on storytelling and story-listening at the Creative Calgary Congress.
Nature loving, soap making, natural skin care enthusiast Noni Doig’s life took an unexpected turn when she discovered an surprising passion.
Col Cseke and Elaine Lee ask the Creative Calgary Congress to consider what happens when we focus on actions rather than conversation.