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Friday Special Blend
Friday February 17th, 2017 with Susan Johnston and Amanda Jette Knox and Bob LeDrew
Two hours of love, music, and talk

Skating Rink
David Francey - Skating Rink Canadian New
Calling from my pants
Catriona Sturton - LIVE Canadian
Old Crush
Catriona Sturton - LIVE Canadian
Black is the Colour
Catriona Sturton - LIVE Canadian
Folly and the Hunter - Awake Canadian New
Christopher Wong joins us to talk about a collection of films and filmmakers from Northern Canada and Sami filmmakers. Gallery 101 and Asinabka Film and Media Arts Festival present a screening highlighting Indigenous filmmaking from the Arctic. Experience a program of short films by Inuit and Sámi filmmakers as well as participating in a Feast for the Dead, in conjunction with the final day for the exhibition Universal Loss .

The Feast for the Dead is a potluck buffet with an extra setting at the table representing the space of someone that has recently died. The space can be set with tokens of remembrance, candles, and a "spirit plate", a food offering to the spirit of one remembered who is invited to join in the buffet. At the end of the feast, the food will be burned in a fire as an offering to the afterlife. Games and music and fun are part of the entertainment, as the Feast is a time of reflection as well as celebration.
If I should fall behind
Rose Cousins - We have made a spark Canadian
Music critic Natasha Gauthier recently gave a talk about diversity in the classical music field. We talk to her about that. Her site:
Franz Joseph Haydn: Fantaisie for String Quartet
Quartet Despaxc - n/a Canadian
Monique Fuller and John Akpata join us to talk about Visual17e Ottawa, part of Ottawa and Canada's 150th anniversary that will begin at Saint Brigid's Church tihs weekend and continue on throughout the year.
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