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    08
    2010

    Personal Geographies

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    Ancestors, a poetry reading, James MacSwain

    James MacSwain

    “Art is a means of breaking bread with the dead”

    James reads a selection of his own fictional poetry.

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    Logging in Canada: 1994-2004, Lucas Doran

    Lucas Doran

    In this lecture Lucas discusses learning to become a horse logger and his many years in the logging industry.

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    My Mom, Brendan Dunlop

    Brendan Dunlop

    Brendan speaks about his mother. Brendan’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer when Brendan was 18. They each put aside their disagreements and became close during the last years of her life. In this lecture Brendan attempts to describe the ways in which he is similar and different from his mother so that we can come to know her through him.

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    Therefore I Amtrak, Ella Tetrault and Bethany Riordan-Butterworth

    Ella Tetrault and Bethany Riordan-Butterworth

    Ella and Bethany share the story of their 15 day journey across the US by train. Naming themselves the Fuller Tour they set out to collect stories and bring them back through sound recordings and images.

    Halifax - 2664 Fuller Terrace at 9pm

    * entrance from Bellaire Terrace (rain or shine)

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