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Accessing Art with Amy

Amy Amantea speaks with artists and learns what inspires them, what adaptations they have developed, and the barriers they face. 
 

Accessing Art with Amy

Amy Amantea speaks with artists and learns what inspires them, what adaptations they have developed, and the barriers they face. 
 

Recent episodes

Built Different

Authored on September 8, 2022

Connor Runnings lives on Vancouver Island and studies theatre and acting at the University of Victoria. He brings his lived experience of autism into his writing and performing, and is an advocate for the representation of authentic storytelling. His show, Built Different, involved an entire creative team of people who identify as neurodivergent; what a powerhouse and he is only just getting started!

Follow Connor on Instagram: @connorrunn

Cast Glass: An Ancient Practice

Authored on August 11, 2022

Artist Sacha Kopelow is located in Winnipeg. Sacha puts her heart and soul into an artistic practice called glass casting, the process in which glass objects are cast by directing molten glass into a mould where it solidifies. This technique has been used since the 15th century BCE in both Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia but is also alive and well in Winnipeg!

Visit Sasha's website: sachakopelow.wordpress.com"

Dirty Hands Bring Joy

Authored on July 14, 2022

Pottery making began in the 7th millennium BC. The earliest forms were hand-formed from slabs, undecorated, unglazed low-fired pots made from reddish-brown clays. How far we have come! Jenel Shaw, of Winnipeg, invites us into her world and shares the gifts pottery has brought into her life.