To Be Continued: A Stonecroft Symposium Podcast

The story of queer history that dominates the archival record is one of white cisnormative gays. In the CUAG exhibition, “To Be Continued: Troubling the Queer Archive,” curators Anna Shah Hoque and Cara Tierney question ...more

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October 20, 2020 00:57:43
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Ep. 4: Mikki Bradshaw and Ghaida Moussa

Welcome to Episode 4 of “To Be Continued: A Stonecroft Symposium Podcast”!  In this episode, Mikki Bradshaw and Ghaida Moussa talk DJing, queer spaces, and community engagement. “To Be Continued: Troubling the Queer Archive” is on view at Carleton University Art Gallery. Featuring: Barry Ace, Howard Adler, Aymara Alvarado Sanchez, Pansee Atta, Rosalie Favell, Ashley Grenstone, RJ Jones, Don Kwan, Ed Kwan AKA China Doll, Kole Peplinskie, Adrienne Row-Smith, Pride Is Political, Shanghai Restaurant.  Produced by Fin Xuan Tran, Anna Shah Hoque, Cara Tierney, this episode was recorded in Ottawa, on unceded Algonquin territory.  The graphic for this podcast features beaded pins by Ottawa-based artist and musician Larissa Desrosiers (Anishinaabe/Ojibwe). The pins were commissioned as gifts for the podcast participants. You can find more of her work at @bangishimonbeadwork.  CUAG acknowledges with sincere gratitude the support of the Stonecroft Foundation for the Arts, which promotes education in the visual arts and fosters the public’s appreciation of the visual arts.  Find more about the exhibition on CUAG's website: http://cuag.ca  ...

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October 19, 2020 00:49:50
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Ep. 3: Tasha Coldevin, Shelley Taylor and Elaina Martin

Welcome to Episode 3 of “To Be Continued: A Stonecroft Symposium Podcast”!  In this episode, Tasha Coldevin, Shelley Taylor and Elaina Martin look back at queer scenes and community building in Ottawa from the 1990s to the present. “To Be Continued: Troubling the Queer Archive” is on view at Carleton University Art Gallery. Featuring: Barry Ace, Howard Adler, Aymara Alvarado Sanchez, Pansee Atta, Rosalie Favell, Ashley Grenstone, RJ Jones, Don Kwan, Ed Kwan AKA China Doll, Kole Peplinskie, Adrienne Row-Smith, Pride Is Political, Shanghai Restaurant.  Produced by Fin Xuan Tran, Anna Shah Hoque, Cara Tierney, this episode was recorded in Ottawa, on unceded Algonquin territory.  The graphic for this podcast features beaded pins by Ottawa-based artist and musician Larissa Desrosiers (Anishinaabe/Ojibwe). The pins were commissioned as gifts for the podcast participants. You can find more of her work at @bangishimonbeadwork.  CUAG acknowledges with sincere gratitude the support of the Stonecroft Foundation for the Arts, which promotes education in the visual arts and fosters the public’s appreciation of the visual arts.  Find more about the exhibition on CUAG's website: http://cuag.ca  ...

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October 07, 2020 00:45:47
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Ep. 2: Howard Adler and Kole Peplinskie

Welcome to Episode 2 of “To Be Continued: A Stonecroft Symposium Podcast”!  In this episode, curator Anna Shah Hoque talks with filmmaker Howard Adler and artist Kole Peplinskie about beading practices, indigiqueer identities and generating creative community spaces. “To Be Continued: Troubling the Queer Archive” is on view at Carleton University Art Gallery. Featuring: Barry Ace, Howard Adler, Aymara Alvarado Sanchez, Pansee Atta, Rosalie Favell, Ashley Grenstone, RJ Jones, Don Kwan, Ed Kwan AKA China Doll, Kole Peplinskie, Adrienne Row-Smith, Pride Is Political, Shanghai Restaurant.  Produced by Fin Xuan Tran, Anna Shah Hoque, Cara Tierney, this episode was recorded in Ottawa, on unceded Algonquin territory.  The graphic for this podcast features beaded pins by Ottawa-based artist and musician Larissa Desrosiers (Anishinaabe/Ojibwe). The pins were commissioned as gifts for the podcast participants. You can find more of her work at @bangishimonbeadwork.  CUAG acknowledges with sincere gratitude the support of the Stonecroft Foundation for the Arts, which promotes education in the visual arts and fosters the public’s appreciation of the visual arts.  Find more about the exhibition (and book your visit) on CUAG's website: http://cuag.ca  ...

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September 24, 2020 00:34:38
Ep. 1: Curators Anna Shah Hoque and Cara Tierney Introduce "To Be Continued"

Ep. 1: Curators Anna Shah Hoque and Cara Tierney Introduce "To Be Continued"

Welcome to “To Be Continued: A Stonecroft Symposium Podcast”!  In this inaugural episode, go behind the scenes with curators Anna Shah Hoque and Cara Tierney as they discuss the development of the exhibition, “To Be Continued: Troubling the Queer Archive,” and introduce the podcast series.  “To Be Continued: Troubling the Queer Archive” is on view at Carleton University Art Gallery. Featuring: Barry Ace, Howard Adler, Aymara Alvarado Sanchez, Pansee Atta, Rosalie Favell, Ashley Grenstone, RJ Jones, Don Kwan, Ed Kwan AKA China Doll, Kole Peplinskie, Adrienne Row-Smith, Pride Is Political, Shanghai Restaurant.  Produced by Fin Xuan Tran, Anna Shah Hoque, Cara Tierney, this episode was recorded in Ottawa, on unceded Algonquin territory.  The graphic for this podcast features beaded pins by Ottawa-based artist and musician Larissa Desrosiers (Anishinaabe/Ojibwe). The pins were commissioned as gifts for the podcast participants. You can find more of her work at @bangishimonbeadwork.  CUAG acknowledges with sincere gratitude the support of the Stonecroft Foundation for the Arts, which promotes education in the visual arts and fosters the public’s appreciation of the visual arts.  Find more about the exhibition (and book your visit) on CUAG's website: http://cuag.ca      ...

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