What happens when a Rabbi walks into a church on Earth Day? She upends the story of Genesis and provides a powerful reminder that we are here thanks to the labour of all creatures with whom we share this place. Plus, she kicks it off with a really sweet anecdote about meeting a hornet at a coffee shop.
They were born after 1988, the year global warming became a household term. So, what’s it like to grow up in the shadow of the climate crisis? In 2016, the theatre company, The Only Animal, asked 10 artists this question. And we got to talk to three of them. Turns out they have anger. They have hope. They have advice for all of us.
Music by: Good Old Neon, Scott Holmes, The Hathaway Family Plot | Photo by: Clarence Grant
20 years ago Laura Wee Lay Laq made a choice that ultimately transformed her relationships with her ancestors, with her future and with the land itself. In this episode we explore the power of a few simple and honest questions about who we are, about where we come from, and questions about to whom and to what we are accountable.
Have you ever looked at what’s happening in our world and felt powerless? Ever looked at your career and thought, am I having a big enough impact on the issues that matter? Have you ever wondered if others cared about any of this as much as you? In our first episode, we unpack some of these questions through a story of bee encounters that helped propel one woman across continents, into new forms of work and home to herself. [Heather Talbot Fine Art]