Practical & Applied Arts

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Ask Artists Episode 4: “Speak Up” Spoken Word (Part 1: Meet The Artist) - Peace Akintade

Series: Ask Artists
Meet interdisciplinary artist Peace Akintade, Saskatchewan’s Youth Poet Laureate for 2020-21. Peace talks about her practice and discusses where she draws inspiration from. This includes music, observing interactions amongst people, and personal experiences as a young black immigrant and refugee ...

Ask Artists Episode 2: “I Am” Puppetry (Part 4: Putting on a Puppet Show) - Crispi Lord

Series: Ask Artists
Crispi introduces us to ways to get started: determining who the characters are, place, conflict/plot, etc. Crispi considers things you should be mindful of when preparing to present your story for an audience, such as performing techniques and accessories, including lighting, sound, backdrop, et...

Ask Artists Episode 2: “I Am” Puppetry (Part 3: All About Puppet Shows) - Crispi Lord

Series: Ask Artists
Students are introduced to shadow puppetry. Crispi discusses possible ways to play with staging and lighting, as well as simple techniques to make your own shadow puppets using self-portraits. Students will learn how to create props and puppets from basic materials, such as found objects, hand-ma...

Ask Artists Episode 2: “I Am” Puppetry (Part 2: Making Puppets) - Crispi Lord

Series: Ask Artists
We are introduced to a few examples of puppets (table-top, hand puppets, and rod puppets) Crispi has in her studio and how each functions slightly differently. Students will learn how to make self-portrait masks in both two-dimensional and three-dimensional puppets, using inexpensive and recycled...

Ask Artists Episode 2: “I Am” Puppetry (Part 1: Meet The Artist) - Crispi Lord

Series: Ask Artists
Meet Saskatoon artist Crispi Lord. Crispi is a puppeteer and runs a small theatre company, Wide Open Children’s Theatre. We are introduced to Crispi’s passion for puppetry and storytelling through the many characters she works with. Crispi introduces us to various methodologies in telling a story...

Ask Artists Episode 1: "On Air" Radio Play (Part 4: Performance of “The Lagoon Monster”) - Grahame Kent & Danielle Roy

Series: Ask Artists
Grahame and Danielle perform their radio play, The Lagoon Monster, which takes place in Nowhere, Saskatchewan. In their performance, they show how they get into the roles of the various characters and demonstrate the process involved in working sound effects into the presentation. This video ends...

Ask Artists Episode 1: "On Air" Radio Play (Part 3: Making A Radio Play) - Grahame Kent & Danielle Roy

Series: Ask Artists
Grahame and Danielle introduce students to a variety of games and exercises as they go deep into exploring and discovering the characters in the stories they developed in Part 2. Students will also get creative with sound effects as they experiment with objects to capture the sounds they want to ...

Ask Artists Episode 1: "On Air" Radio Play (Part 2: About Radio Theatre) - Grahame Kent & Danielle Roy

Series: Ask Artists
Anyone can tell a story, and anyone can write a story. Students will be introduced to terminology and various exercises and games as they prepare to write their own play. Students will break down a story into a “story spine”, experiment with writing using prompts, play games to get their creative...

Ask Artists Episode 1: "On Air" Radio Play (Part 1: Meet The Artists) - Grahame Kent & Danielle Roy

Series: Ask Artists
Getting to know Grahame and Danielle and their art practice. Danielle Roy is an actor, playwright, and founder of Gum Shoe productions (a theatre company in Martensville, Saskatchewan). Grahame Kent is the Artistic Producer of Buttered Ghost Theatre; he is a producer, director, writer, actor, sta...

Canadian Startup Uses AI to Reduce Job Interview Bias

This is a five-minute video segment from The National (CBC) that highlights the use of artificial intelligence in reducing bias during the hiring process. It features a Canadian startup company called Knockri to find out about the promises its technology makes and the challenges it faces.

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A Way Out: sâkîyıso Unit 4 Video

Series: sâkîyiso
sākīyıso – Understanding and Building Healthy Relationships uses Cree/Nehiyaw cultural knowledge to support the development of healthy relationships amongst peers, dating partners, family and community. Indigenous languages, Tipi Teachings, videos featuring Indigenous youth and Elders, and the p...

I am the Bully 2: sâkîyıso Unit 3 Video

Series: sâkîyiso
sākīyıso – Understanding and Building Healthy Relationships uses Cree/Nehiyaw cultural knowledge to support the development of healthy relationships amongst peers, dating partners, family and community. Indigenous languages, Tipi Teachings, videos featuring Indigenous youth and Elders, and the p...

We Shall Remain: sâkîyıso Unit 2 Video

Series: sâkîyiso
sākīyıso – Understanding and Building Healthy Relationships uses Cree/Nehiyaw cultural knowledge to support the development of healthy relationships amongst peers, dating partners, family and community. Indigenous languages, Tipi Teachings, videos featuring Indigenous youth and Elders, and the p...

The Bystander: sâkîyıso Unit 2 Video

Series: sâkîyiso
sākīyıso – Understanding and Building Healthy Relationships uses Cree/Nehiyaw cultural knowledge to support the development of healthy relationships amongst peers, dating partners, family and community. Indigenous languages, Tipi Teachings, videos featuring Indigenous youth and Elders, and the p...

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