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CKMS Community Connections for 5 October 2020 with David Marskell of THEMUSEUM

Show Notes

David Marskell at the microphone
David Marskell
Bob Jonkman chats with David Marskell of THEMUSEUM about the operation of a museum, the exhibits, the history, and upcoming exhibits. And we play some CanCon and local KWCon music too!

The interview starts at 6m35s.

Online:

M | THEMUSEUM (white M and text on a red background)

Upcoming Events

See all the events on THEMUSEUM‘s Events calendar.

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-10-05-episode061.mp3 (57.7 MB, 59m59s, episode 061)

Podcast Index

Time Title Artist Album
0m00s Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc Steve Todd CKMS Community Connections
0m26s My Time Bano
(now Astral Gates)
Astral Gates (text in a circle with psychedelic illustrations surrounding)Astral Gates
4m26s Dangerous Girl
5m35s Bob reads the bio for Bano, now known as Astral Gates. Chatting with David Marskell: The state of THEMUSEUM during the pandemic, both physical and online. Reviewing some current events at THEMUSEUM. A bit of history, how THEMUSEUM came to downtown Kitchener. THEMUSEUM is still open for weddings; other collaborative exhibits with the CNE and Bingemans. Permanent exhibits as remnants from The Children’s Museum, some more history. Still open for walk-in visitors, seniors’ program, couples. About the Alarm exhibit (open until January 2021), the Land Back Camp exhibit, Music and Islamic Art. About the Underground Studio, a makerspace for STEAM.
19m24s Cowboy Chelsey Danfield Chelsey Danfield | Cowboy (portrait of Chelsey Danfield surrounded by flowers)Cowboy
22m18s Chatting with David Marskell about the branding of THEMUSEUM, with no collection it is officially THEMUSEUM of Ideas Transcending Objects; David Marskell’s background at other organizations; staffing at THEMUSEUM; partnerships with other museums and organizations; working online. Talking about funding THEMUSEUM.
41m07s Heal Your Soul Jacob Bradshaw
(Portrait of Jacob Bradshaw with a "Parental Advisory | Explicit Content" sticker in the lower left corner)
Jacob Bradshaw
(single)
45m15s Bob reads Jacob Bradshaw’s e-mail to the station. Chatting with David Marskell about show business; the structure of THEMUSEUM – Board of Directors, volunteering, marketing. Introducing the upcoming blockbuster exhibition: The Rolling Stones | UNZIPPED
56m40s Gimme Shelter
and Bob Jonkman gives the show credits
The Rolling Stones Rolling Stones Let It Bleed (four plastic figures on a cake, on a tire, on a pancake, on a plate, on a film can, all on a record player spindle over a 12 inch vinyl record with a grammophone arm on it)Let It Bleed

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Three Events for Peace

On Monday, 20 January 2020 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm there is a free public film screening “MLK: A Call to Conscience”

Room 142, Balsillie School of International Affairs, 67 Erb St.

This free public screening is to mark Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day. The documentary, “A Call to Conscience,” gives greater insight into Dr. King’s civil rights and anti-war views and deconstructs his most important but least known speech “Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break the Silence”. This powerful film puts Dr. King’s legacy into a contemporary context, particularly in light of the new Poor People’s Campaign, the Black Lives Matter movement and the ongoing wars in the Middle East. The film includes rare archival footage and interviews with pre-eminent King scholar Dr. Clayborne Carson, academic Dr. Cornel West, African-American historian Dr. Vincent Harding, & Institute for Policy Studies fellow Phyllis Bennis. The screening will be followed by a discussion, led by Tamara Lorincz, about nonviolent resistance, social justice and peace activism in this current era of the climate emergency and the Trump presidency. Copies of Dr. King’s speech will be made available.

Co-hosted by the BSIA Conflict & Security Research Cluster, PACS-CAN and KW Peace.

More info: https://www.balsillieschool.ca/event/film-screening-mlk-a-call-to-conscience/

Cinema Series: “Anthropocene: The Human Epoch”

Tuesday, 21 January 2020 7:00pm to 8:30pm

CIGI Campus Auditorium, 67 Erb Street West, Waterloo, Canada

Public Event: Cinema Series

More info: https://www.cigionline.org/events/cinema-series-anthropocene-human-epoch

Peter Mansbridge to Moderate Panel on Climate Crisis

Kitchener, ON – THEMUSEUM is pleased to be hosting a discussion on Climate Crisis in conjunction with its exhibition ALARM | The Climate Crisis Exhibition. The event will be held Earth Day, 22 April 2020 at Bingeman’s Marshall Hall. Partnering with The Walrus magazine and Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) the panel will include representation from national columnists and local research fellows on the climate crisis and the environment.

Tickets are $50 per person for general seating. Also available is a $150 VIP package which includes seating in the front rows, an after-event reception with the panel and Peter Mansbridge, tax receipt and one admission to see ALARM | The Climate Crisis Exhibition. Members of THEMUSEUM will receive discounted admission. Tickets are available at THEMUSEUM.ca.