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Celebrating Culture and The Holiday Season

A discussion on how we will celebrate being together once again for the holidays!

Celebrating Indigenous and Newcomer Artists

we take a look at the local talent hear their stories of triumph and success amidst challenges they have faced in their careers.

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Francois Klark, The Hive and ArtBeat Studios

Singer songwriter Francois Klark debuts on Hue At Home, talking about his South African roots, and what his influences are now that Canada is his home. Plus a look at the new Studi...

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Tania Joy, Karen Fowler : Community, Together We are Stronger

Tracy chats with Karen Fowler, taking the helm of one of our city's largest hospital foundations, and recording artist Tania Joy releasing a new single "Blink" and how she is suppo...

Healing Hearts – Episode 4: Art Can Bridge All Cultures

Guests Jeannie Red Eagle, Charlie Johnston, Bistyek, Duncan Mecredi share their expertise and knowledge of their craft and how it has helped them bridge gaps and lead to a better u...

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Angela Cassie, Tania Lafreniere, National Gallery of Canada

Tracy Koga chats with Angela Cassie and Tania Lafreniere about their new positions at the National Gallery of Canada and how diversity, inclusion and culture will all have a place ...

Hue Virtual Chat with Tracy Koga: Jordan Miller, artist, Andrea Lochhead Scotiabank, Code Red

We learn that Code Red will steal Christmas as lockdown is extended to January 8th 2021, but there is a lot to look forward to in regards to business, the arts, and adapting to our...

Reconciliation Through Theatre With Sarasvati Productions

This is fascinating journey of letting young indigenous people define their idea of what Truth and Reconciliation means to them. Sarasvati Productions worked closely with local ind...

When Will We Hear The Applause? Theatres Are Dark, But The WAG is Open!

It maybe a while before we gather in a theatre for a live play, but the Winnipeg Art Gallery is open, and so are the malls. But still people are feeling unsafe and not willing to r...