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Bravo!’s weekly arts magazine featuring interesting cultural figures from home and abroad.

May 31 / June 1 & 4 – This episode features Janice Price, the founder and CEO of Luminato; famed French photographer Pierre Maraval and his project Mille Femmes; curator Chrissy Glenn’s Joni Mitchell exhibit, Green Flag Song; The Fiddle and The Drum, choreographer Jean Grand-Maître’s ballet and collaboration with Joni Mitchell; and Veronica Tennant’s new documentary Direct from Havana – VIDA!; Soulpepper’s Luminato production Blink; JUNO award-winning musician Alex Cuba; Walrus magazine’s Luminato event The Dark City, a series of theatrical readings by Canadian novelists. The noir excerpts portray Canadian cities as sexier, grittier, and darker than ever imagined.

June 21 / 22 / 25 – This episode features the Griffin Poetry Prize; singer Hayden; choreographer James Kadulka and his work with costume designer Jim Searle at the San Francisco Ballet; and Seamus O’Regan’s interview with author Salman Rushdie.

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