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Arts Now Podcast #20

This week's show (after a minor technical glitch) I had a lot of fun with my guest co-host Brandon Brophy, a SLS singer teacher and fellow podcaster. We chatted about the Buskers Festival , Meagan O'Shea's Dance Like Nobodies Watching, a guerilla dancing in the streets event and Promises last two Cherry Beach parties happening this Sunday and next labour day weekend.

We also had the opportunity to interview Haema Sivanesan, Executive Director of the South Asian Visual Arts Collective and artist/photographer Ambereen Siddiqi about the latest arts/audio show and partnership with [[murmur]] called Big Stories, Little India. Audio & Art Installations: August 25th to September 8th, in Little India along Gerrard Street.

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The Arts Now is a weekly podcast all about the Toronto arts scene hosted by Ella Cooper & Amil Niazi/


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