Julie Freedman Smith in front of a snowy Max Bell Arena
Julie Freedman Smith explains what Luminous Voices has been up to | Still: Courtesy of Bamboo Shoots

Episode 14

Featuring Suzette Mayr, Julie Freedman Smith, Vania Dimitrova, and so much more

Calgary Arts Development & Bamboo Shoots

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

With Black History Month upon us, we speak with a Calgary author about representation. Then we see how a choir reinvents itself as a drive-in. Finally, we explore how a youthful perspective brightens up Sunalta.

This and more on Living a Creative Life—don’t miss it.

How do you live creatively? If you have a creative story or a project to feature or know a talented person we should talk to, email submissions@calgaryartsdevelopment.com or tag your posts with #yycLCL on social media.

Also, we want to see your time-lapse videos of your projects from beginning to end. So, set up your cameras and get to it. 

We’d love to feature them on a future episode!

About the Living a Creative Life Web Series

As a salute to the thousands of Calgarians who are living creative lives, Calgary Arts Development has launched this web series to celebrate creative living in our city.

The Living a Creative Life web series, hosted by local activist and comedian Adora Nwofor and produced by Bamboo Shoots, will release a new episode each month, featuring stories of Calgarians living creatively.

Have a story to share? Email us at submissions@calgaryartsdevelopment.com.

Tune in and be sure to subscribe to the #yycLCL channel on YouTube for premiere reminders.

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