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The Arts Now Podcast #1

Welcome to first episode of The Arts Now Podcast, a show about the Toronto arts scene. The podcast's hosts are myself, Ella Cooper, and Amil Niazi.

Each week we'll be talking about what's happening in the arts around town, interviewing local artists and reporting back on events we went to during the past week. We'll also be giving our picks for what's worth checking out during the week to come.

Today's podcast is sponsored by The Canadian Film Centre

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This week on the show:

* World Theatre Day and an interview with Robin Solokoski from the Playwrights Guild, March 26 Free Event and the Gladstone Hotel
* An interview with Christopher House, Choreographer and Artistic Director of Toronto Dance Theatre who talked to us about his new work Chiasmata. World Premiere March 27 to 30th at the Premiere Dance Theatre
* Cliff Eyland's Party Picture Exhibit at Leo Kamen Gallery, 80 Spadina

Ella and Amil's Picks

* MOCCA Talk with Carolee Schneeman at 7 pm tonight
* Toronto Kickball Battle of the Bands Fundraiser and Art sale at White Orchid 812 Dundas st. at 10 pm tonight
* Resistor Gallery 284e College St/, Brite Nite Digital Artists/VJs Mixmotion, Videocake, VJ Nokami show their stuff alongside DJ Tom Kuo at 9 pm tonight
* Book Sale at the Power Plant Gallery , Sunday, March 25 from 12 to 6 pm
* Althea Thauverger, Tuesday March 27, Sheridan College Arts and Arts History Lecture, Rm B125
* Tunnel Vision. Isabelle Hayeur and Eric Raymond, Trinity Square Video

Photo from Torontogal in the blogTO Flickr Pool


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