Thursday, 1 March 2018

Sandra Meigs

On Thursday March 1st we are broadcasting an interview with the *amazing* artist Sandra Meigs, which was recorded earlier this year at her exhibition Room For Mystics (Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto). We spoke about this major exhibition, elevated experiences through art, her collaboration with composer Christopher Butterfield, and her art practice at large.

Room For Mystics, Sandra Meigs (photo: Art Gallery of Ontario)

Also on the show: talking about Hilma af Klint!

Thursday, 1 February 2018

CKUT Black History Month Special

February 1st was the occasion of a special broadcast at CKUT -- 12 hours of Afrocentric programming courtesy of BSN McGill! Check out the station's archives for this rad programming that ran from 11am - 11pm. (That means no episode of Out of Lines for February, but the program will be back in March.)

Thursday, 4 January 2018

Simone Blain

Welcome, 2018.
We spoke with Simone Blain about her delightful paintings on view at Projet Pangée, in an exhibition where "ugly and pretty commingle."

Thursday, 7 December 2017

Chantal Khoury

An interview with painter Chantal Khoury to talk about her exhibition Home & Haven.

Also on this episode: reading from Jane Eyre, and Art News!

Thursday, 2 November 2017

Funding Drive 2017!

A (belated) Funding Drive special edition of the show! Please donate to CKUT to keep us going.

Featuring interview clips from the vault, from back in 2013 to the present: Cynthia Girard, Tricia Middleton, Dayna Danger, Anna Jane McIntyre, Maria Hupfield, Reuel Dechene, and Dominique Fontaine.

Thursday, 5 October 2017

Karine Fréchette

Painter Karine Fréchette came by to talk about her work, which references Op-Art and provides much physical-optical stimulation.

CKUT Arts & Culture coordinator Tamara also stopped in to do an interview with artist/illustrator Raymond Biesinger.

Thursday, 7 September 2017

Anna Jane McIntyre

For September we called up Anna Jane McIntyre, who was right in the middle of installing her show at the MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels). She told us about this project, La Forêt Noire. Her practice includes drawing, printmaking, installation, and performance, among other things.

We also phoned up the House Band (Adrian) who was AWOL, off installing his own exhibition, The Bejesus, at the FoFA Gallery.