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In part one, we heard from five people who have been involved in the arts and culture industry, and we discussed the industry’s importance for people, and explored its role in society.

Building on this momentum, part two delves deeper into the issue of arts and culture in society, and how, more specifically, it can help others, the marginalized or the homeless in our shared community.

Featuring Constance Devereaux (associate professor in the School of Fine Arts, University of Connecticut), Arthur Carkner (career unionist, member, producer and former president of the Workers' History Museum), Jenn Budney (professional research associate, arts journalist and former curator), Jonathan Paquette (Research Chair in International Francophonie on Cultural Heritage Policies, University of Ottawa), Helanna Gessner (curatorial, exhibits and collections manager for the Diefenbaker Canada Centre, Saskatoon).
In part one, we heard from five people who have been involved in the arts and culture industry, and we discussed the industry’s importance for people, and explored its role in society. Building on this momentum, part two delves deeper into the issue of arts and culture in society, and how, more specifically, it can help others, the marginalized or the homeless in our shared community. Featuring Constance Devereaux (associate professor in the School of Fine Arts, University of Connecticut), Arthur Carkner (career unionist, member, producer and former president of the Workers' History Museum), Jenn Budney (professional research associate, arts journalist and former curator), Jonathan Paquette (Research Chair in International Francophonie on Cultural Heritage Policies, University of Ottawa), Helanna Gessner (curatorial, exhibits and collections manager for the Diefenbaker Canada Centre, Saskatoon). read more read less

3 years ago