What is black and white and very, very classy all over? How about the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s new exhibit to mark the 15oth anniversary of the <i>Winnipeg Free Press</i>?
In this week’s episode, we talk to Riva Symko, the WAG’s head of collections and exhibitions and curator of <i>Headlines: The Art of the News Cycle</i>, which has just recently opened to the public.
In a feature interview, Symko reveals the nearly three years of thinking and planning that went into an art installation inspired by the newspaper’s 15oth anniversary. And, how she has accumulated one of the world’s largest personal collections of clothing inspired by newspapers. Not kidding.
Also this week: Lett and Sinclair discuss more developments in the saga of the police investigation into an alleged serial killer who preyed on Indigenous women, and the reluctance of Winnipeg Police Service to search landfills that may contain the remains of the victims.
Finally, <i>Free Press</i> Perspectives Editor Brad Oswald provides us with another edition of <i>The Storytellers</i>, in which he relates his experience travelling to Rome and inadvertently discovering what could be a new Eritrean national anthem.
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