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MEDIA CENTRE

Media Kits

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The Rhubarb Festival

The Man That Got Away

Three black and white photos of Martin Julien collaged over a black background with a white border. The first on the left hand side is a close up from his shoulders up; he looks off into the distance. The middle photo is smaller, framed in a thin, marble grey border. Martin is sitting up in bed shirtless, with white covers, holding a rosary up to his chest. The third photo is from the waist up, overlapping the middle photo. Martin is in mid-song, gesturing out with both of his hands. He wears a grey beaded jacket and vest, and his cravat is bright pink. Two white flowers are collaged behind his head and right shoulder.

ArtAttack!

ZOM-FAM

The First Stone

Four black and white photos of Daniel and Makambe collaged over a grey background with a white border. The first photo is of the two of them back to back, shot from the waist up, looking at the camera, with a light pink circle behind them. In the second photo, Daniel squats next to Makambe, who is sitting cross legged, her hand out in front of her on the ground, playing a game. A dark pink circle is layered underneath her hand. Daniel is wearing a t-shirt, shorts, and sandals. Makambe is wearing a tank top under a spaghetti strapped dress, and sneakers. The third photo is a full body shot of Daniel running, in the right upper corner of the image, layered overtop a larger dark pink circle. The fourth photo is below him, near the bottom left corner of the image. Makambe is also posed mid-stride, looking over her shoulder, shot from the waist up.

2022/23 Season

Black and white photograph of Buddies in Bad Times Theatre sign duplicated in a collage over itself in a semi circle, with a landscape black and white photo of the front of the building also duplicated and rotated clockwise up into the right corner, overtop a grey background with a white border and light pink flowers peeking out from underneath the collages.

 

The Youth/Elders Podcast