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Thursday January 21st, 2016 with Suzette Schmiedel
Art for Social Change

ART FOR SOCIAL CHANGE Is it possible that what we feel and experience through art changes who we are becoming? Find out with special guest Maria-Hélèna Pacelli, a multidisciplinary artist and activist who holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Master's in Women's Studies and who's research examines the intersections of art and social change. She will also be sharing with us a few creative songs while playing live her mandolin to socially inspire change.
Woodstock
The Enid - A Celebration Of Joni Mitchell - Songs By & For Her + Stories Canadian New
Starvin` Artists - Dyke Day - Pride 2010
Kate Reid - Youtube Canadian
The One
Keith and Renee - Detours Canadian
Room For Less
Alise Marlane - Room for Less Canadian
Special Guest:
Maria-Hélèna Pacelli
Title: multidisciplinary artist, yoga teacher, activist - art for healing and social change
www.mariahelenapacelli.com
https://soundcloud.com/mariahelenapacelli
Twitter: @pixiewaves
Instagram: @mariahelenapacelli
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mariahelenapatchouli/

To subscribe for free to this show email suzette@wellnesslearning.ca
Interactive CKCU
Leonard Pacelli (10.02.16-Montreal)
The long march for women has been more a long and painful crawl. At every stage certain women lifted themselves above the clamoring bringing with them other women. Only in the human has there been this repression bordering on denigration of one half of the world's population. One fact that is indisputable; that is, once another rung on the social and cultural life has been grasped there is no going back. It takes women of strength to reach up and take hold. Others will follow. What is the proof of this? This answer is simple: it has already happened by means of male artists, thinkers and writers. Think of the movements such the Enlightenment, the Expressionist shift in how we view the world around us, the great thinkers on whose words we have built our various societies. It is happening with women. The world is already changing. The twentieth century was the great lifting out of the dark, dimly lit back rooms of history for women in the Western World. Women will be fully free when they convince men to shed the shackles of ignorance binding and blinding them. It remains the task of women now to reach that next rung and not to let go! Leonard Pacelli, Maria-Helena's Papa.

11:02 PM, February 10th, 2016
Suzette
Very inspiring!!! Thank you.

4:55 PM, February 16th, 2016