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SFU Sonic Studio Tour + Workshop

July 29 1-4pm SFU Sonic Studio K 7657 (Shrum Science Centre - bottom level)
In this workshop, Barry Truax, electroacoustic composer & acoustic communication researcher will give you a tour of SFU's Sonic Studio, where you'll get a chance to check out 8channel composition, a . . . NEWS page

Getting Dramatic On Air! Radio Drama Scripting, Voice & Production

Part 1 - July 30th 6pm Harbour Centre Room 2290 Part 2 - August TBD
Award winning radio drama producer and CJSF programmer Obediya W. Jones-Darrell presents a multi-part series designed to get you dramatic on air! This series will also feature guest speakers who will . . . NEWS page

Intro to Wordpress Web Design

August 7 6-730pm SFU Harbour Centre Lab 7050
Want to build your web presence? What about a place to display your content?

CJSF programmer and volunteer extraordinaire Rebecca Mears (www.catchingfire.ca, ESSENCEtial Conversations Fridays 5pm, . . . NEWS page

ΛtopA&E Reviews

Khatsahlano Festival Live Broadcast
by Alexandra Nikotina

  CJSF 90.1FM is ready to bring the energy and joy from the Khatsahlano Festival to its listeners! On Saturday, July 12th, CJSF Radio in conjunction with CiTR Radio is will be doing a live remote broadcast from the Khatsahlano Festival! All the performances on the Cypress Stage will be aired live from noon till 7pm.   continued...

A Brony Tale: Friendship is Magic
by Nina Halliday-Thompson

A Brony Tale follows My Little Pony voiceover artist Ashleigh Ball (who you may know as a lead singer of Vancouver's Hey Ocean!) on her journey to the Brony Con(ference) in New York. continued...

National Aboriginal Day Special Programming
by Alexandra Nikotina

CJSF Campus/Community Radio Station is eager to celebrate the National Aboriginal Day by airing special programming on June 21st, 2014 from 9am-4pm. continued...

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Featured Programs

Melodies in Mind
Melodies in Mind
aired Jul 22 from 8:00pm-10:00pm
Tuesday July 22 8-10pm; hosted by Ryan Fletcher and Eriko Furukawa
Tonight on Melodies in Mind we will have the Land of Deborah performing from the CJSF studio! Tune in at 8pm! More on the Land of Deborah: http:// continued...
ESSENCEtial Convos - Obediya W. Jones-Darrell
Essence-tial Conversations
aired Jul 18 from 5:00pm-6:00pm
Obediya W. Jones-Darrell is an award winning radio drama producer with an eye on social justice issues.
Note: Starting July 30th, Obediya presents a multi-part series designed to get you dramatic on air. See CJSF.ca/News for more info! RSVP at cjsfswtr@ continued...
Intersectional* Queerness
CJSF's Community Forum
aired Jul 17 from 4:00pm-5:00pm
Less visible LGBTQ communities locally, nationally and internationally. CF is Pride themed July 17, 24 and 31! Aug 6 will be day of LGBTQ programming!
*Intersectionality describes when two or more types of oppression come together, such as gender, sexuality, culture, social status, ability and continued...
Mosfett and much more
Arts Show: LP/Pop-O-Pie Planet
aired Jul 17 from 6:00pm-8:00pm

Among other guests, Jacob speaks to Mosfett about their latest releases and how much shredding is JUST ENOUGH SHREDDING. Want more Mosfett? continued...
An Audio Tour of the Vancouver Biennale
Groundwire / Spoken Word Surprise
aired Jul 15 from 4:00pm-4:30pm
Brazilian intern Ana Costa tours/interviews the Vancouver Biennale in English and Portuguese.
From the website: http://www.vancouverbiennale.com/explore-art/exhibition-theme The 3rd Vancouver Biennale exhibition began Spring 2014. We’re continued...
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