Small Wooden Shoe is named after the tools French workers would use to "clog" the machinery when on strike. Their “sabot” – small wooden shoes – gave English the word “sabotage.”

Like them, we want to disrupt the machinery of "business as usual" in hopes for a better world. more about what we do

Nobody Rides Horses to Montreal Anymore - Urgy Podcast 04

Nobody Rides Horses to Montreal Anymore - Urgy Podcast 04

Jacob Zimmer (@jacobzimmer) and Vicki Stroich (@vickistroich) talk about "excellence" and whether artists are special. Part 2 of talking about 4 ways to make the arts for everyone, not just the chosen few.

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Stella Duffy and "Everyone an artist."

Themes

  • "The Beach! The Beach" by Holy Coast on the Free Music Archive.
  • "Nobody Riders Horses to Montreal Anymore" by Small Wooden Shoe. Sung by Jacob Wren and Ame Henderson and the cast of Do You Have Any Idea How Fast You Were Going: The Industrial Revolution at Rhubarb 2006.
Lo-Fi Confidential - Urgy Podcast 05

Lo-Fi Confidential - Urgy Podcast 05

Space for Art for Everyone? Part 1  - Urgy Podcast 03

Space for Art for Everyone? Part 1 - Urgy Podcast 03