Brenda Feuerstein is a writer, yoga practitioner, and practicing Buddhist who shares a personal journey of travel, love of Saskatchewan, artistic inspiration and loss. Brenda traveled from Eastend to join me in Rockglen.
Dr. Dick Oakes grew up in Rockglen and has since returned to a very different town than when he left. But Rockglen’s history can be relived within the walls of the small train station museum and on the open trails of the Effie Mattson Nature Walk.
Potter Rob Froese and photographer Gabriela Garcia-Luna have created an impressive body of work influenced by Japanese, Mexican and North American cultures. This is a heartfelt conversation about their need to be creative.
Painter Gus Froese, one Saskatchewan most loved artists, takes us down a nostalgic path as he recalls some of the highlights of a career spanning decades, with an impressive portfolio that includes a painting hung in Buckingham palace.
In the small town of Willowbunch stands an historical museum. Once a residential school operated by the Sisters of the Holy Cross, this iconic building is a testament to a dedicated board of volunteers who care deeply about preserving the history of this town.
Never has Barbershop Quartet singing had a bigger “cool factor” than today. And these four university students are proof. The Sharp Flats prove that this style of singing is for the young and the young at heart.
The discussion re public art continues!
Could two bales of compressed recycled material placed on a busy downtown intersection possibly be art? What’s that supposed to be anyway? Somebody funded that?! Artist Keeley Haftner and 6 other artists debate the merit of their work, and may have you rethinking how you look at art. This is a two part podcast.
You may know her as Fitzy’s grandmother on Corner Gas, but Jean Freeman is an award winning author and pioneer in Saskatchewan’s film, television and radio industry. And, she’s hilarious to boot!