WHAT TIME IS IT? TALENT TIME!
Paul Anthony will be joining us on the show with the inside scoop on the 5th Anniversary of Talent Time happening on February 6th.
We’ll also be speaking to media and culture writer for the New York Times, David Carr who will be speaking with David Beers (founding editor of the Tyee) for the PuSh Festival event Truth & Lies: Life & Art. While covering journalists who cover journalism is meta even for the Arts Report, we’re excited to talk about his experiences with truth, art and blurring the boundaries himself.
Plus, Chris Lane, grad student of UBC Journalism and reviewer for national theatre blog “Charlebois Post” will be reviewing UBC Theatre’s Rhinocerous, and Ryan from the CiTR Student Exec. stops by to tell us about opening night of Ride the Cyclone.
Finally, Sara Lapsley will be taking on the Arts Project this week, our biweekly half hour for guest hosts, in depth projects and other neato stuff. Sara will be previewing and reviewing the arts events she thinks is interesting in town right now: Vancouver Opera’s upcoming production of the Magic Flute; Sad Sack at the Push Festival and an interview with Neil Wedman about his new show at the Charles H Scott Gallery.