A still of Ador Nwofor and Livvy Skates rollerskating

Episode 19

Adora Nwofor is back with more stories about artists and groups continuing to create and share their work with Calgarians.

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Chantal Chagnon drumming by the river

Episode 18

Observing National Indigenous History Month, we are pleased to share this very special episode of Living a Creative Life featuring Aisinna’kiiks.

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Adora Nwofor and Anna Ko set up for an interview at the Korean Art Club

Episode 17

Back for another week, join Adora Nwofor as she shares stories of those pursuing their inspiration and living their most authentic lives.

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Adora Nwofor pulls ink across a silk screen to make a print

Episode 16

Join Adora Nwofor for another celebration of creative Calgarians who live their most authentic lives while making our city so vibrant.

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Karen Begg and Adora Nwofor in the Studio West Bronze Foundry, working on a bronze chicken statue

Episode 15

Join Adora Nwofor and meet some uniquely talented Calgarians who are taking their creativity to new heights by diversifying and sharing their skills.

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Julie Freedman Smith in front of a snowy Max Bell Arena

Episode 14

Join Adora Nwofor to celebrate those Calgarians who follow inspiration and pursue passion to enjoy the benefits of living creatively.

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Yukichi Hattori putting on stage make-up

Episode 13

Join Adora Nwofor as we celebrate those Calgarians living their most creative lives along whatever avenue they’re fueled to follow.

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Adora Nwofor makes a beat at a computer at the Beat Drop studio

Episode 12

Today we learn how to drop a beat, we’ll discover what digital projection mapping is, and we’ll visit some spectacular light displays.

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A still of Ayush Gosh playing a sitar

Episode 11

Join Adora Nwofor as we feature the world’s youngest sitar player, a French horn player who also has a knitting podcast, and so much more.

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Can you believe Green Fools News premieres tomorrow? Before then We want to introduce you to Lee one of our writers on Green Fools News!

Lee Zimmerman, aka the Puppet Guy, has been creating and performing with puppets all over the world, from Canada to Singapore. He began performing his rock and roll marionette show in 1983 while earning a degree in Visual Communications from the Art Institute of Philadelphia. Lee took his show to California in 1990, where he quickly became a regular at The Improv and Laugh Factory comedy clubs in Hollywood and Las Vegas and in 1993, he created a show for Universal Studios CityWalk Attraction that ran for the next nine years: "Hollywoodstock."He's appeared in several films, including "Eddy Presley" with Quentin Tarantino and worked for numerous television shows, including "Seinfeld" and "The Drew Carey Show." Lee's also done command performances for many celebrities and dignitaries, including Arnold Schwarzenegger, Hugh Hefner, Frank Zappa, KISS, Guns n' Roses and the Sultan of Brunei.

Since 1998, Lee's been working as an Instructor/Performer with several circus arts programs, including the Green Fools Social Circus programs and the Winnipeg International Children's Festival's Circus And Magic Partnership (CAMP) in Manitoba.

Join us tomorrow for the Green Fools News Drive-In telus_spark! Tickets are $25 per vehicle and the show starts at 3pm.
Purchase tickets through the link in our bio!

Thank you to CanadaCouncil, AFA1991, CalgaryArtsDevelopment, RozsaFoundation, CalgFoundation for making our work possible!

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How does a theatre company makes a kids TV show? Meet Joel Goundry and the team at RoadwestPictures! They took Green Fools News to the next level with their film expertize.

As a Calgary-based video production house focused on creative, entertaining and engaging content, our projects vary widely, and range from a documentary series about Caregiving, to promotional material for the egg industry, to fundraising material for the Calgary Public Library Foundation. Through all of this, what we value most are the connections we make - the connections that make us dig deeper to really understand. Joel Goundry, the company’s Artistic Producer & Production Manager, has a background in children’s entertainment, having run a touring children’s theatre company in Calgary for 10 years prior to entering film. Roadwest’s work has spanned many genres and approaches, and Joel’s recent work producing the 13-episode documentary web-series Being There (produced in participation with TELUS Fund) speaks to the integrity of his work: on projects dealing with emotionally sensitive subjects and participants, it is the relationship between collaborators that Joel feels is so important. Since its inception, Roadwest is very familiar with the necessary aspects to see a project through to completion, and highly values creating an emotionally impactful and visually strong final product.

Join us on Saturday for the Green Fools News Drive-In at the TELUS Spark Science Centre! Tickets are $25 per vehicle and the show starts at 3pm.
Tickets at the link in our bio.

Thank you to CanadaCouncil, AFA1991, CalgaryArtsDevelopment, RozsaFoundation, CalgFoundation for making our work possible!

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