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Last summer, as we were considering our 2017 festival theme, we were struck by the juxtaposition of Canada’s sunny sesquicentennial plans and the darkening clouds of ‘populist’ intolerance gathering in the US and around the globe. The 75 Spur events . . .
After four days of wonderful dialogues and enlightening panels about some of the most pressing issues of our time, Spur Winnipeg has spurred me into thinking about how we can continue these important conversations in our city and country, and, . . .
In conceiving of new ways to imagine “Our New Tribalism,” this year’s Spur Festival in Winnipeg included two moderated events on “Books That Spur,” both of which showcased recently published books that make an important contribution to conversations about Canada’s . . .
Four years ago I started learning about sexuality and gender and their fluidity. I had the freedom and privilege to have conversations and discussions with people about these concepts. I’ve see people discover themselves and flourish. I feel like during . . .
In the words of Leonardo Da Vinci, “I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do.”
This week, May 12-15, our city has the opportunity . . .
It has been roughly four weeks since I had the opportunity to immerse myself in the Spur Festival. In that time, I’ve been able to reflect on the many intellectually stimulating conversations that I participated in during the festival, and . . .
Many of you may have wondered about the theme of Our New Tribalism for #Spur16. I know I did. I remember asking myself “what is the definition of a tribe?” and whether it is what distinguishes us from one another. . . .
The 2016 Spur Festival presented an interesting mix of topics, ideas and perspectives that left me with a lot to think about. I am very appreciative for the opportunity to have been involved this year as an RBC Emerging Scholar . . .
As a second-generation immigrant and the proud son of two parents who were refugees from the Vietnam War, I have always grappled with my identity and who I am. I would often wonder whether I am Chinese (they are of . . .
A good idea unshared is a good idea wasted.
As a national festival of politics, arts, and ideas, Spur is providing us with an environment for healthy debate, stimulating conversation, and a safe space to meet, laugh, and learn.
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Tell us about your role with Spur.
I was one of the 2015 RBC Emerging Scholars at Spur Winnipeg. I found it all a very interesting experience. I particularly enjoyed the combination of having artists and speakers in every panel. . . .
Toronto’s 2015 Spur Festival focused on a key paradox of contemporary society: individually we are isolated, collectively we are connected, but together we are alone.
This theme relates to the broader concepts of individualism and community. We tend to view . . .
Jaya Beange is a student, teacher, thinker and maker currently residing in Winnipeg. She is interested in the dynamic that exists between ethics and aesthetics, and in how a shared appreciation of the aesthetic experience can serve as a foundation