A collection of conversations with artists, farmers, academics, community leaders and members on their experiences and perspectives during the COVID-19 pandemic. Produced by Lore Arts.

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Friday Jun 18, 2021

In this episode, we are joined by Deborah Barndt, Chandra Maracle, and Dianne Kretschmar, who speak about their work on Earth to Tables Legacies, a multimedia educational package, and reflect on ways of knowing, food justice and food sovereignty, and the importance of knowledge exchange across cultures and generations.

Wednesday Jun 16, 2021

In this episode, we are joined by John Maize, who shares his experience as a practicing Zen Buddhist, his thoughts on the benefits of quiet contemplation and the challenges of social isolation during the pandemic.

Monday Jun 14, 2021

In this episode, we are joined by sociologists Mervyn Horgan and Saara Liinamaa who share their research on the everyday encounters between strangers in public urban spaces, both conflictual and convivial, including notions of uncertainty and solidarity.

Friday Jun 11, 2021

In this episode, we are joined by landless farmer Madeline Marmor who shares her experience as a trained Circle practitioner working through ideas around equity and farming within small scale ecological farming communities in southwestern Ontario.

Wednesday Jun 09, 2021

In this episode, we are joined by interdisciplinary artist Lisa Hirmer who shares her reflections on slowing down, the value of art, and what it means to respond to present and future emergencies in a sustainable way.

Monday Jun 07, 2021

In this episode, we are joined by Ken Hood, a meditation teacher in Guelph, Ontario, who has been studying and teaching meditation for over 30 years. Ken shares his experience as a meditation facilitator, and reflections on the power of mindful meditation.

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