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The SaskScapes Podcast launched in 2014 by podcast creative producer/host Kevin Power. SaskScapes was the very first podcast series in Saskatchewan featuring stories of arts, culture and heritage. Serving the non-profit sector in Saskatchewan, the goal of SaskScapes is to create an aural archive so that years from now people can listen to the history of the past and hear our stories.
 
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German Culture Alive - A SaskScapes feature series This is the sixth in a series entitled "German Culture Alive”, a special "SaskScapes Podcast presents" feature sponsored by the Saskatchewan German Council. Visit the website to learn more about the non-profit organization, its mandate, and its outreach. "He leaves behind an illustrated life" - Hos…
 
German Culture Alive - A SaskScapes feature series This is the fifth in a series entitled "German Culture Alive”, a special "SaskScapes Podcast presents" feature sponsored by the Saskatchewan German Council. Visit the website to learn more about the non-profit organization, its mandate, and outreach. Waltraude Stehwien’s artistic sensibilities run …
 
THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY THE SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF THEATRE PROFESSIONALS. This is the fourth episode in a special SaskScapes Presents: The Theatre Series, Theatre in Saskatchewan Kevin Power is joined by Yulissa Campos, an Ecuadorian actor and playwright now living in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. As she pursued her Theatre degree at the U. of…
 
IT'S OUR 100TH EPISODE! A MILESTONE TO BE SURE. Kevin Power is joined with a "guest" in what proves to be a lively and fun conversation about life in the performing arts. =================================================================== SaskScapes is a podcast featuring the stories of arts, culture and heritage in Saskatchewan. The series is prod…
 
German Culture Alive - A SaskScapes feature series This is the forth in a series entitled "German Culture Alive”, a special "SaskScapes Podcast presents" feature sponsored by the Saskatchewan German Council. Visit the website to learn more about the non-profit organization, its mandate, and outreach. Kevin Power is joined by award-winning author Mi…
 
THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY THE SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF THEATRE PROFESSIONALS. This is the third episode in a special SaskScapes Presents: The Theatre Series, Theatre in Saskatchewan Kevin Power is joined by Dan Macdonald, the award-winning playwright, director and teacher. His body of work is impressive as is his passion for working with youn…
 
German Culture Alive - A SaskScapes feature series This is the third in a series entitled "German Culture Alive”, a special "SaskScapes Podcast presents" feature sponsored by the Saskatchewan German Council. Visit the website to learn more about the non-profit organization, its mandate, and outreach. They say you can never go home again. They also …
 
THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY THE SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF THEATRE PROFESSIONALS. This is the second episode in a special SaskScapes Presents: The Theatre Series Kevin Power is joined by Algonquin playwright, director and dramaturg, Yvette Nolan. Yvette’s passion for theatre is evident throughout this conversation. She is always striving to break…
 
German Culture Alive - A SaskScapes feature series This is the second in a series entitled "German Culture Alive”, a special "SaskScapes Podcast presents" feature sponsored by the Saskatchewan German Council. Visit their website to learn more about the non-profit organization, its mandate, and outreach. Kevin Power speaks with Merv Weiss who began …
 
THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY THE SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF THEATRE PROFESSIONALS. This is the first episode in a special SaskScapes Presents: The Theatre Series Kevin Power is joined by one of Saskatoon's most beloved actors/directors. Henry Woolf's career spans over 60 years and in this episode, he takes the listener on the journey of his career…
 
German Culture Alive - A SaskScapes feature series The series entitled "German Culture Alive” is a special "SaskScapes Podcast presents" feature sponsored by the Saskatchewan German Council. Visit their website to learn more about the non-profit organization, its mandate, and outreach. It’s the holiday season! In the midst of a global pandemic this…
 
From 1995-2000 CICC TV Yorkton produced what would become a Canadian and US success story with children's programming. CICC still operates as a semi-satellite of CKCK Regina. "Poetree & Friends was an original children's television show about a 10 foot tall tree called "Poetree" who spoke in poem form. Kevin Power is joined by the 3 artists and sto…
 
This episode is sponsored in part by OUTSaskatoon This episode is sponsored in part by the City of Saskatoon Visit www.dtnyxe.ca Kevin Power is joined by three senior members of the LGBTQ2S+ community in Saskatoon. The community didn't just spring up over night. Through the tireless efforts of people with a vision to live their authentic selves, th…
 
This episode is sponsored in part by OUTSaskatoon This episode is sponsored in part by the City of Saskatoon Visit www.dtnyxe.ca Kevin Power is joined by Bree, a transgendered commercial airline pilot, and a member of Saskatoon's LGBTQ2S+ community. Bree's story is one of courage and inspiration as she changes her life's narrative to live her most …
 
This episode is sponsored by the South West District for Culture, Recreation and Sport Inc. Join Kevin Power has he travels to Hazlet, Saskatchewan to explore how this small village has had big success with volunteerism in their community. For these folks, volunteerism is a lifestyle, and every single resident takes pride in knowing that they play …
 
This episode is sponsored by the South West District for Culture, Recreation and Sport Inc. Kevin Power is joined by guests who have a passion for the history found inside museums. In this episode we focus on the Avonlea Heritage Museum in Avonlea, Saskatchewan. The former CNR station, built in 1912 now proudly displays artifacts that take visitors…
 
THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY THE MUSEUMS ASSOCIATION OF SASKATCHEWAN Happy 50th Anniversary MAS! To help mark the event Kevin Power joins the festivities held during the MAS annual general meeting in Humboldt, Saskatchewan. With so many people in attendance, representing museums from around the province, what better time and place could there be to…
 
This episode is sponsored by the Saskatchewan Nonprofit Partnership Most of us have, or will engage with nonprofit organizations at some point in our lives. In Saskatchewan the nonprofit sector is alive and well, and thanks to a dedicated team of professionals working within the sector, the Saskatchewan Nonprofit Partnership has been growing! The S…
 
Throughout 2017 SaskCulture has had the remarkable opportunity and privilege to build and strengthen relationships with a number of First Nation and Métis cultural partners in the province through our Canada 150 project, funded by Canadian Heritage, called Resilience & Respect: Canada 150 & Beyond. Canada’s sesquicentennial was a starting point: an…
 
How involved are you in my community? Imagine what it must be like for newcomers to Saskatchewan who have so many challenges that many of us take for granted. Perhaps learning a new language, adapting to a new climate, finding ones place in the community and so much more. INVOLVE is an initiative launched in 2015 through the combined efforts of the…
 
In 2017, Canadians across the country have been planning how their communities would celebrate 150 years of Confederation. Among those hundreds of events and projects came an idea initiated by Alberta artist Louis Lavoie. A dream to connect our country by creating the mural mosaics project. 150 communities, participated throughout the year, in crea…
 
Kevin Power heads to Last Mountain Lake bird sanctuary and wildlife reserve for new music camp - "Songs for Nature". A rare opportunity for high-school aged participants to be mentored by musicians and ecologists; all to inspire them to compose music influenced by their surroundings. This is part two of a two-part podcast so be sure to listen to th…
 
Kevin Power heads to Last Mountain Lake bird sanctuary and wildlife reserve for new music camp - "Songs for Nature". A rare opportunity for high-school aged participants to be mentored by musicians and ecologists; all to inspire them to compose music influenced by their surroundings. This is part one of a two-part podcast so be sure to listen to ep…
 
This episode is sponsored by the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society: inspiring, celebrating, investigating and sharing Saskatchewan's rich historical and folkloric traditions. Visit the SHFS on their Facebook page as well! ================================================ It's Culture Days 2016! This episode was recorded live in Saskatoon dur…
 
This episode is sponsored by HERITAGE SASKATCHEWAN Heritage Saskatchewan is the collective voice of all those who value heritage in our province. As knowledge brokers and pathfinders, Heritage Saskatchewan raises awareness of Living Heritage. =============================================== In this episode Kevin is joined by Dale Jarvis and Kristin …
 
This episode is sponsored by Heritage Saskatchewan. Heritage Saskatchewan is the collective voice of all those who value heritage in Saskatchewan. As knowledge-brokers and pathfinders, Heritage Saskatchewan raises awareness of Living Heritage. Join Kevin Power at the Provincial Heritage Fair held in Regina in May 2016. The Heritage Fair program is …
 
Join Kevin Power and members of the Saskatchewan Archaeological Society at their 53rd annual gathering. We all have archeology - it's what connects us. You'll be amazed at just how far back Saskatchewan's history has been traced through the discovery of artifacts. But you'll also hear some great conversations about engaging youth through the work b…
 
THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY SASKCULTURE. TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT HOW SASKCULTURE IS NURTURING CULTURAL ENGAGEMENT IN SASKATCHEWAN VISIT: www.saskculture.ca and www.iheartculture.ca ============================================== We often think of our heritage as those things which are tangible. Buildings, artifacts, paintings: those items to be foun…
 
THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY SASKCULTURE. TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT HOW SASKCULTURE IS NURTURING CULTURAL ENGAGEMENT IN SASKATCHEWAN VISIT: www.saskculture.ca and www.iheartculture.ca ============================================== It's said that behind every great artist there stands a great team, and part of that team is the family. Kevin Power is jo…
 
It's the final episode of 2015! Happy holidays to you all. Kevin Power is joined by WWII veteran Harold Hague, who, at the young age of 94 shows no sign of slowing down. Harold shares some heroic tales from his time serving overseas, reminding us, that in war, nobody wins. Harold is joined by his wife Jan who is an artist in her own right and certa…
 
Kevin Power is joined by his guest Dominga Robinson in a discussion about interracial marriage, identity perceptions, racism, and internalized racism. Dominga has drawn from the very best of her cultural background, using this knowledge to develop a strong identity founded on her own truth. Dominga paints an honest and inspirational portrait of her…
 
Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Programming (SCYAP) offers a unique employment experience known as URBAN CANVAS. After an hiatus period, Urban Canvas is back with massive support from the city of Saskatoon and the province of Saskatchewan. At-risk youth learn the vital skills to propel them forward in life using art and culture as a tool. Kevin Powe…
 
Recognize, improvise, adapt and thrive. Those are the key skills which lay the ground work for a phenomenal program in North Battleford called B.E.A.T.S. (Building Expression and Awareness Through Theatre and Sound). Alan Corbeil, a North Battleford social worker, created this program in partnership with the Living Sky School Division and the Prair…
 
SaskScapes turns 70 and what better way to celebrate than with the man who has provided the theme music for the podcast since episode one. Saskatchewan born singer/songwriter Jeffery Straker has established himself as one of the most successful (and busiest) artists this province has produced, and has gone on to international acclaim. Kevin Power j…
 
It's another live Story Slam episode! Recorded with an audience at the Meadow Lake library, these stories, told by locals, range from pap smears, to being lost on the side of a mountain, to a crises of translation in a foreign land. Perhaps, most stirring of all the stories is that told by a local doctor. Gavin, originally from South Africa speaks …
 
It's great to be back in Meadow Lake, and this time Kevin Power heads off to school! This episode features conversations and stories with two high school classes over two days. The school: Carpenter High School. The stories: funny, silly, and touching. Does it make you wish you could live your high school years again?! =============================…
 
Join Kevin Power in this 3rd episode during the Culture Days weekend in Saskatchewan. In this episode Kevin visits the community of Kamsack where once again food is front and centre; baked goods, ethnic cuisine and even lessons in butter churning. Bannock making, lessons in history, First Nations song and dance, and Doukhobor tradition are all part…
 
It's another Culture Days episode! Join Kevin Power as he heads to Preeceville, SK after spending time in Yorkton (episode 65). The Preeceville Heritage Museum committee pulls out all the stops with an "Ethnic Desert Night". Prepare to have your salivary glands activated as several of Kevin's guests talk about their cultural background and how the …
 
It's a Culture Days 2015 retrospective as Kevin Power travels to Yorkton to explore how that community celebrates during the nation wide movement honouring our culture. This is Kevin's first stop during the weekend, but as you'll see, there is a common theme in all three of the Culture Day's podcast episodes coming up. That theme is FOOD! This epis…
 
Kevin Power travels to one of the smallest towns in Saskatchewan with one of the top restaurants in the Province! The Happy Nun Cafe (www.thehappynuncafe.com), located in Forget, has all the ambience of a country cafe with a menu that is as sophisticated as they come. The Happy Nun is a dream come true for owner/chef Katie Vinge, and this podcast i…
 
Gary Edwards is a Cultural Support Provider for Residential School Survivors at All Nations Hope in Regina. A survivor himself, Gary was rounded up by a gunboat and issued to a residential school in Ile Ste. Croix at the age of 2. Gary talks about his experience, painting pictures with his words- his phrasing almost poetic. He speaks of his journey…
 
If you ever find yourself playing a Saskatchewan music trivia game you'll want this guy on your team! And if you are ever in search of the perfect Saskatchewanian to be the subject of a "6 degrees of separation" game, well look no further! Taron Cochrane has received many accolades in our province and it's likely because every cell of his being vib…
 
It's the first SaskScapes podcast recorded live in front an audience at the Milestone Library. Kevin Power and his guests Deanna Brown and Jim Hadfield talk about everyone's favourite subject - FOOD! Deanna Brown has put Milestone, SK on the map by being one of the finalists of the wildly popular television show "Masterchef Canada". Jim Hadfield ha…
 
Kevin Power brings voice to the "60's Scoop" as a feature story in the SaskScapes season. The "60's Scoop" is a dark chapter in our Canadian and First Nations history and culture. There are four episodes in total which were recorded over the past few months. These are the stories of a few...there are thousands more. Thank you sincerely, to these fo…
 
Kevin Power brings voice to the "60's Scoop" as a feature story in the SaskScapes season. The "60's Scoop" is a dark chapter in our Canadian and First Nations history and culture. There are four episodes in total which were recorded over the past few months. These are the stories of a few...there are thousands more. Thank you sincerely, to these fo…
 
Kevin Power brings voice to the "60's Scoop" as a feature story in the SaskScapes season. The "60's Scoop" is a dark chapter in our Canadian and First Nations history and culture. There are four episodes in total which were recorded over the past few months. These are the stories of a few...there are thousands more. Thank you sincerely, to these fo…
 
Kevin Power brings voice to the "60's Scoop" as a feature story in the SaskScapes season. The "60's Scoop" is a dark chapter in our Canadian and First Nations history and culture. There are four episodes in total which were recorded over the past few months. These are the stories of a few...there are thousands more. Thank you sincerely, to these fo…
 
SaskScapes host Kevin Power heads to Ness Creek, just outside of Big River, SK and visits the annual Bluegrass Music Camp. This episode highlights the Creative Kids initiative, part of SaskCulture. Creative Kids provides opportunities to kids who might not otherwise be able to afford to attend activities such as art, dance, heritage and music. Gues…
 
Welcome back to the continuation of episode 54! This two- part podcast was recorded over three days at the Borealis Music Festival in Prince Albert, SK. This festival made it's debut throughout the first weekend in August 2015 and what a debut it was! A line-up of bands that would make any music festival envious. In Part 2 you will hear from some o…
 
Welcome to the first podcast recorded over three days at the Borealis Music Festival in Prince Albert, SK. This festival made it's debut throughout the first weekend in August 2015 and what a debut it was! A line-up of bands that would make any music festival envious. This is part one of two podcasts and in this episode Kevin Power is joined by Pri…
 
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