Renaissance Man

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Renaissance Man

Year: 2019
Genre: Entertainment

Will McGuirk is a journalist who writes about art, but doesn't practice it. Watch him get a lesson from artists and perform what he learned after only one day.

Episodes

Season 2

Episode 1

Will is challenged to do a self portrait painting.

Episode 2

Can will stretch his artistic abilities and his legs when he joins a ballet and contemporary dance class rehearsal?

Episode 3

Will attempts wood carving.

Episode 4

Can Will  trade his journalist writing style for fashion design style?

Episode 5

Will brings his Irish heritage to his art as he attempts Metal sculpting.

Episode 6

Will steps way out of his comfort zone when he is challenged to do Improv.

Season 1

Episode 1

A beatboxer attempts to teach Will how to create music with a loop station and some voice-made percussion. 

Episode 2

Will yarn-bombs a park after finger weaving at The Living Room Community Art Centre. 

Episode 3

Rock duo, Crown Lands teaches Will how to play the Taurus Petal with his feet. 

Episode 4

Will knows how to write about art, but can he talk up an art exhibit to a group of people? 

Episode 5

Will is challenged to create an illustration of his abstract thoughts and feelings about Oshawa.

Episode 6

Can Will trade his journalist writing style for spoken word poetry in a day? 

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