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

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

Jacob Zimmer (@jacobzimmer) and Vicki Stroich (@vickistroich) talk about space for theatre, travelling locally and where leadership hangs out.

Show Notes

Things in the week

Stella Duffy and "Everyone an artist."

Some Toronto "Neighborhood Theatres"

Vancouver Regional touring

Massey Commission

The sentance that causes questions:
"The report describes arts audiences as overwhelmingly middle class and white. It says that the wealthiest, best educated and least ethnically diverse 8% of society make up nearly half of live music audiences and a third of theatregoers and gallery visitors." - The Guardian on the recently released Warwick Report on culture in the UK.

Nobody Rides Horses to Montreal Anymore - Urgy Podcast 04

Nobody Rides Horses to Montreal Anymore - Urgy Podcast 04

Gratitude and Michael Green - Urgy Podcast 02

Gratitude and Michael Green - Urgy Podcast 02