Artistic, Literary, and Film Events
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The Goose Issue 18.1 Launch
Pre-recorded. Featuring readings and papers by Renée Jackson-Harper, Aylin Malcolm, Sid Marty, Monty Reid, Carol Alexander, Ariel Kroon, Anita Girvan, Paul Huebener, and Lisa Szabo-Jones.
Word Splash: A Celebration of Métis and First Nations Writing
Live, Saturday July 11, 4:30-6:00pm CST. A Saskatchewan Aboriginal Writers’ Circle Inc. (SAWCI) event featuring Randy Lundy, Rita Bouvier, Mika LaFond, Jessica Johns, Cooper Skjeie, John Arcand (fiddle) and Courtney Anaquod (dancer).
Becoming Water: Art and Science in Conversation
Pre-recorded. University of Saskatchewan faculty Susan Shantz and Graham Strickert describe two collaborative projects that connected water in the Saskatchewan River watershed with art and socio-political change.
Sweet Water: Poems for the Watersheds Launch
Pre-recorded. “Sweet Water: Poems for the Watersheds gathers the voices of poets from across Canada, the US and the UK who write of water. Bottled, clouded, held in rain, in river, estuary and lake, sweet water is the planet’s life force and the poets here examine it from every angle – the pitcher plant, the beaver and the American Bull Frog, rain, clouds, smog, the many ducks and the salmon and the last lake sturgeon. Poets take us to the rivers they live along – and grieve daily – the Peace River Canyon, Chilcotin, Taylor River, the Humber River, Millstone River, the Fraser River, and more.”
“Lightning-Round”: Poets sharing new collections
Live, Friday, July 10, 3:00-4:00pm CST.
University of Saskatchewan MFA Program Writing Showcase & Open Mic Night
Live, Friday, July 10, 4:30-6:00PM CST. Hosted by University of Saskatchewan MFA in Writing students Tea Gerbeza and Sarah Ens.
“Lightning-Round”: Scholars sharing new books and social time
Live, Monday July 13, 12:00-1:00pm CST.
Live, July 8, 2020 2:30-3:15pm CST. A conversation about whose voices, stories, and bodies matter in the environmental humanities and creative communities, with Dr. Anita Girvan, Rina Garcia Chua (PhD candidate), and Dr. Andil Gosine, in tandem with a provocation for issue 19.1 of The Goose: Journal of Arts, Environment, and Culture in Canada.