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Exhibitionists is a vibrant 30-minute series that shines a spotlight on artists, their process and their impact on the communities who connect with their work. Hosted by actor, writer and educator Amanda Parris, this multi-platform program is a collage of short docs, digital series, and the best arts-related content from across the CBC.Exhibitionists features artists working in all mediums - from a poet who conquered Instagram, to an anonymous feminist graffiti artist, to a renowned music video director - and presents them for TV and digital audiences. Topical, innovative and entertaining, Exhibitionists is the go-to destination to discover Canada's fresh and diverse talent, and to get up close and personal with established icons.
Short docs on a theatre company taking it to the street, young Vancouver photographers hitting the open road, and how an animated unicorn changed one actor's life.
A rapper grapples with loss, a textile artist knits the stuff of nightmares, and the crisis in Ukraine erupts inside a theatre. Plus: learn how to make a Drake portrait cookie!
Secret Path is the name of Gord Downie's new album, but it's also a powerful graphic novel. Cartoonist Jeff Lemire reveals how he and Downie teamed up to tell the story of Chanie Wenjack.
Commander Chris Hadfield spent a long time in outer space, but now he's tackling an issue close to home: fear of the dark. Painter Nimisha Bhanot is exploring society's expectations of the "good"
The power couple behind Shoot the Messenger speaks candidly about their partnership. Music and activism legends LAL give us an inside look at their creative space, Unit 2.
Author Melanie Florence speaks about her latest children's book that addresses the subjects of grief, and missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Plus more!
Ready for take off? We soar over Toronto with a photographer before landing in Regina to meet Atom Egoyan. The Oscar-nominated director isn't there for a movie, though.
Does Trump leave you speechless? We got a poet to write their take on the election. Then do it yourself, or do not, there is no try! Learn how to make Star Wars pottery, plus more!
See 'ya, 2016! Revisit the most powerful stories of the year, and get inspired to stand up for what matters in 2017. Hear some life-changing advice from Ai Weiwei.
Let's dance! One year after David Bowie's death, Louise Lecavalier reflects on her intense collaboration with an icon. Then we leave the Starman for the actual stars.
It's the most magical place on Earth and it's in... Edmonton? Go inside an ice palace and learn how a winter wonderland gets made. Then get a shot of reality. A poet takes on Trump.
There's nothing more traditional than a wedding dress, but this bridal designer is all about taboo. Find out why, and then drop in on artists including Ness Lee, Scribe the poet, and more.
Exhibitionists goes geek! Meet the movie monsters fighting Indigenous stereotypes. Meanwhile in Vancouver, Margaret Atwood unleashes an all-new superhero.
Art that'll move you! Go inside two very different dance productions. See moves inspired by the movies - chase scenes specifically. Then meet a choreographer who's fighting discrimination with dance.
This episode is so '90s: Swoon over an art project devoted to Leonardo DiCaprio, and then the nostalgia trip continues with Workin' Moms star Catherine Reitman.
March is Women's Month, so we're back with an episode that's all about female artists. We've got poets and throat-singers - even a burlesque dancer inspired by Shakespeare. Plus more!
It's the Canadian Screen Awards episode! Starring Xavier Dolan, Trey Anthony and the cast of Kim's Convenience. Special appearance by Christopher Plummer...in a lost CBC moment from 1958.
Kid power! On this episode meet a couple of pros who are barely out of their tweens: Amybeth McNulty (CBC's Anne), and painter Evan Sharma. Plus a treat from the archives: Ryan Gosling - child star.
Words, words, words! This episode we're indulging our love of literature, from zines to Canada Reads. Plus, take tour of Honest Ed's. The Toronto landmark was packed with art for its farewell party.
This episode spring's in the air. Flowers are blooming, and artists Zachari Logan and Winnie Truong are growing gardens like you've never seen. Even the bees are back...from the dead.
This episode is fire. We meet a gang of artists who build sculptures just to burn them down. Then, light up the runway with a designer whose thrifted collection makes a statement.
This week is all about colour! We're checking an item off our bucket list by seeing the Northern Lights with an astro-cinematographer, and learning how to build paint-throwing machines.
How'd they do that?! This episode Kid Koala shows you how to scratch, and we discover an incredible Japanese ceramics technique. Then learn some new moves with burlesque star Dainty Smith.
From comics to record shops, on this episode we're going geek. Skratch Bastid and DJ Jazzy Jeff take us crate digging in Chile. Then, learn how to draw a comic-book cover like a pro.
Take a wild ride from Winnipeg to Nunavut to...outer space? This episode we roll through Montreal on a bike lit up to signal UFOs. Plus stories about artists Matea Radic, and more!
There's a 2,000 pound mastodon hiding somewhere in B.C. and on this episode we track it down. Plus learn how to "waack" with a Toronto dance crew. Then playwright Djanet Sears shares a story.
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