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That's Art?! Episode 9: Marc Silvestri, Susan Trianos and Zab Hobart

Series: That's Art?!
Marc Silvestri is one of a handful of artists who had the courage to shake up the status quo. He faced off with Marvel Comics and DC Comics. Twenty years later, he's still doing it his own distinct way. Susan Trianos makes the most beautiful and delicious cakes you've ever seen. From birthdays to...

That's Art?! Episode 8: David Lozeau, Katya Trischuk and Carl Wiens

Series: That's Art?!
Celebrate the Day of the Dead with artist David Lozeau. His smiling skulls will dance their way into your heart and liven up your home. It doesn't have to be Easter to enjoy painted eggs. Katya Trischuk is creating tiny masterpieces all year round using traditional techniques and very modern desi...

That's Art?! Episode 7: David Finch, Dave Johnston and Nikole Lowe

Series: That's Art?!
David Finch dropped out of high school in Grade 11. Twenty years later he is one of the superstars of the comic book world, drawing Batman for DC comics. Dave Johnston is known simply as "Chalkmaster." He creates amazing three dimensional pictures on the sidewalk, much to the delight of his milli...

That's Art?! Episode 6: Albizu Rondon, Mary Wing To and Pat Godin

Series: That's Art?!
Albizu Rondon designs baseball hats for New Era Caps - the biggest, most famous cap-making company in the world. His work is worn by everyone from teenage punks to movie stars. Mary Wing To is a fashion designer who makes clothes for humans and animals, from risqué leather accessories to horse ha...

That's Art?! Episode 5: Polly Morgan, Brian Ewing and George Holancin

Series: That's Art?!
Stuffing a dead bird inside a broken light bulb might seem odd, even perverted or gross. But Polly Morgan makes it strangely beautiful. The world's most provocative taxidermist is taking the art world by storm. When it comes to posters, Brian Ewing is the go-to guy for some of the biggest bands i...

That's Art?! Episode 3: Matthew Reinhart, Jon Paul Ferrera and Michael Parks

Series: That's Art?!
Every child loves pop-up books and so do most adults. Meet Matthew Reinhart, a master of the craft. Matthew draws, paints and builds pop-up books that delight readers all over the world. Every Harlequin novel has a beautiful mistress and a brave hero; they also all come with a cover illustration ...

That's Art?! Episode 2: Paul Booth, David Arrigo and Roger Wood

Series: That's Art?!
That's Art?! dives into the depths of the darkest corners of the human soul with tattoo artist Paul Booth, a rock star of New York's tattoo scene. David Arrigo shows what it takes to put art on the helmet of an NHL goalie. Meanwhile, Roger Wood explains the philosophy behind steam punk art and wh...

That's Art?! Episode 1: Nathan Sawaya, Mediah and Bob McKay

Series: That's Art?!
That's Art?! takes you into the studio of Nathan Sawaya, a former lawyer, who gave up the courtroom for a life of making sculptures out of LEGO. We follow the career of notorious graffiti artist Mediah, who has morphed from a punk teenager running from the cops to a corporate powerhouse in the wo...

That's Art?! Episode 4: Tara McPherson, Dan Witz and Graham Humphreys

Series: That's Art?!
Tara McPherson admits she was a science geek in high school and almost gave up her art for astronomy. Once you get a look inside her studio, you'll be glad she stuck with the art! Dan Witz is a legendary bad boy in the world of street art. He shares his opinions on how to behave at dinner parties...

Faces in the Land with Dempsey Bob

Dempsey Bob is a Tahltan-Tlingit artist in the Skeena River area of British Columbia. He shares about his youth and his history as an artist. This episode joins him as he works on a piece in the airport while he tells us about the folklore that inspired the work.

White Pass, Yukon with Jane Isakson

This episode follows Jane Isakson as she ventures to the White Pass to do some sketching. Viewing some of her works she shares some of her history. She also explains her process of painting landscapes. From colours to textures, and even the techniques, every step of her creation process is revealed.

Reconnaissance, évaluation et prévention des risques

Ce programme a été conçu pour expliquer le concept de la reconnaissance, de l'évaluation et de la prévention des risques. Il aborde les principes sous-jacents, examine la signification de chacune des composantes du concept et explique minutieusement le rôle de ce concept dans le domaine de la séc...

Comprendre les dangers liés au soudage

Les procédés de soudage sont extrêmement techniques et peuvent créer des conditions de travail dangereuses. Le soudage oxyacétylénique et le soudage à l'arc électrique présentent des risques de sécurité et de santé aux soudeurs et aux travailleurs situés à leur proximité. L'exposition à ces risqu...

Rebellion and Reform. Episode 7

By 1830, the struggle for democratic government in the colonies of British North America has reached a fever pitch. As the colonies grow in wealth and population, a generation of charismatic reformers - Joseph Howe in Nova Scotia, Louis-Joseph Papineau in Lower Canada and William Lyon Mackenzie i...

The Pathfinders. Episode 6

The Canadian West is opened by the great fur-trading empires (Hudson's Bay and Northwest Companies), the Indigenous people who were their indispensable allies, and bold explorers and mapmakers: Pierre Esprit Radisson takes New France's trade far into the continent's interior creating an English t...

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