Wednesday, 27 June 2012

What is possible when young people use their voices? : Lets Talk Possibility Episode 37

What started the Arab Spring? How do the youth mobilize in this age beyond social media?
We talk to Saffron Baggallay (a speaker, trainer and Generation Y specialist), as well as Zama Ndlovu a writer, blogger and a director at Youth Lab.

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What happens when the young speak up? : Possibilities Episode 24

In an age where technology has made the world smaller, it has also made individual voices more powerful. Do individual generations have the responsibility to use their voice? What about a collaborative effort between generations? On the show, we chat to Zama Ndlovu (writer/blogger) and Saffron Baggallay (Generation Y specialist and speaker) about the possibilities that arise when young people use their voices

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Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Can we be ourselves for a living? : Lets Talk Possibility Episode 36

Robin Wheeler believes we can all be ourselves and still earn a living. We asked him about his journey from living up to other peoples expectations, to being authentic and true to himself and making a living helping other people doing the same.

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Being Yourself for a Living : Possibilities Episode 23

In a world where we are bombarded by marketing messages wanting us to be something other than what we are, is it possible to be yourself? Robin Wheeler professes that the only way to real success is congruence - a state of being whereby you are no longer defined by the labels of society but rather by who YOU really are. Tonight we talk to Robin Wheeler about what'€™s possible when you live an authentic life.

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Saturday, 9 June 2012

The Spear and art as social commentary : Lets Talk Possibility Episode 35

The Spear and art as social commentary -€“ Our guests: Hazel Kurian, Counselling Psychologist, and Associate Professor Elfriede Dreyer, an associate professor in Fine Arts at the Department of Visual Arts, at the University of Pretoria.
The Spear, featuring President Jacob Zuma and Emperor Haute Couture, portraying Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper are both artworks which have made recent news.
We explore possibilities in using art as a form of social commentary, its role in expressing imbalances in society and the role of art in a democracy.

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Friday, 8 June 2012

The Streisand Effect, The Spear and Art in Society : Possibilities Episode 22

The Streisand Effect, The Spear and Art in Society -€“ We talk to Elfriede Dreyer, an Associate Professor in Fine Arts at the department of Visual Arts, University of Pretoria, and Hazel Kurian, a Counselling Psychologist, about the Streisand Effect, the censorship of art and the right of expression.

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