Tag Archives: Artcite

Nov. 23, 2012: Windsor rally for Gaza; Ehab Lotayef and the assault on Gaza

Listen to entire program here: The dust is settling on the Gaza strip as citizens there survey the wreckage caused by Israeli crimes in that country’s latest assault on Gaza under the diplomatic cover of the US, Canada, NATO, and so on. This is a shameful event where even though there is a ceasefire, questions […]

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Oct 19, 2012: Amin Rehman and “A IS FOR…”; Chris Crossroads with some banjo stylings and Occupy Windsor/Occupy Detroit reminisences.

Listen to entire program here:  On Friday we heard from artist Amin Rehman whose work opened that evening at the Artcite Gallery on University Ave at Pelissier next to the Capitol Theatre. According to his website, “… Rehman is a visual artist living in Toronto. He is an experimental painter whose work explores politicized cultural […]

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Sept. 28, 2012: Robert Mittag (aka Rockin’ Robbee) live in the studio with music and commentary; Bernie Helling on Culture Days & events at Artcite

Listen to entire program here: Well, the last Friday of the month means a sort of less structured program and Robert Mittag, aka Rockin’ Robbee, came in to play a couple of songs and we bantered back and forth on his roots as a Detroit/Windsor musician and on city issues around poverty and making ends […]

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Apr 29: Informal Gathering of the Heart

In the receding wake of Occupy Windsor, and in conjunction with Artcite’s Mayworks 2012 exhibit , Occupiers Katie Khaos, Doug MacLellan, and Paul Chislett are embarking on a project to create a commemorative book of the Occupy Windsor experience: Informal Gathering of Heart. The book will be an original creation meant to convey the heart […]

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MayWorks 2012 and the politics of community engaged art: Alana Bartol, Collette Broeders, and Rita Haase

Listen to entire program here: If there was a theme Friday it was around the current deadly serious political and economic structure which marginalizes people, seeks to protect the interests of a minority ruling class, and stifles the creativity of so many, especially young people, as they face mounting debt from tuition fees and bleak […]

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