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Studio Tour

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Studio Tour

Year: 2017
Genre: Lifestyle

Studio Tour is a thoughtful exploration of what it means to live and work as an artist in Atlantic Canada. Host Matt Brown takes you inside the studios of Atlantic Canada’s most esteemed artists providing an exceptional and profound insight into their visions and creations.

Episodes

Episode 1

In Episode 1 of Season 4 of StudioTour, host Matt Brown visits the studio of visual artist Suzanne Hill.

Episode 2

 In Episode 2 of Season 4 of StudioTour, host Matt Brown visits the studio of visual artist Réjean Roy.

Episode 3

 In Episode 3 of Season 4 of Studio Tour, host Matt Brown visits Gaspereau Press and meets Andrew Steeves.

Episode 4

In Episode 4 of Season 4 of Studio Tour, host Matt Brown visits the studio of artist Herménégilde Chiasson.

Episode 5

In Episode 5 of Season 4 of Studio Tour, host Matt Brown visits the studio of artist Laura Kenney.

Episode 6

In Episode 6 of Season 4 of Studio Tour, host Matt Brown visits the Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada.

Episode 7

In Episode 7 of Season 4 of Studio Tour, host Matt Brown visits the studio of visual artist Richard Davis.

Episode 8

In Episode 8 of Season 4 of Studio Tour, host Matt Brown visits the studio of visual artist Victoria Moon Joyce.

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