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Dec 21, 2015

Glen Pickering, Director at the World Buskers Festival and Catarina Gutierrez, Startup Activator at Ministry of Awesome join co-hosts Jaya Gibson and David Binstead in (another) really extended edition. We discuss the state of the art, late Xmas present ideas, and really unusual specifics about a couple acts at the upcoming World Buskers Festival. We also taste and rate fine brews from our long-suffering sponsor: The Beer Library.

2016 World Buskers Festival 2x VIP pass giveaway - free entry. Details at start and also 1h:26 of podcast. Here's the link you need for the #2016WBF show we're talking about: Pretending things are a C**k. Good skill people [and the dangerous animal that we've unleashed... It's your 'fault' Glen].

NOTE: As CLEARLY indicated in iTunes this episode contains adult themes, swearing and general mayhem becoming of sometimes challenging street theatre. 

Show notes and links:

Topic #1: State of the Arts

Topic #2: Short-notice Xmas presents




Sponsor: The Beer Library: 363 Colombo St, Christchurch, NZ. Christchurch's widest range of craft brews (including ciders) for the discerning ale aficionado. Go see them, mention we sent you, and you'll receive a bonus gift (subject to NZ legislation surrounding supply of alcohol). 

Supported by: C-Lab co-work space - Drop-in desk-space from NZ$20 a day, or NZ$200 month. Possibly NZ's fastest broadband...

twiCE - two weeks in creative endeavour. A podcast about the people involved with innovation, creativity, and social enterprise connected (however tenuously) with Christchurch, New Zealand. twiCE guests and co-hosts gather fortnightly to discuss current and upcoming projects, events and happenings, then dive into a couple diverse topics accompanied by craft beer. Hosted, produced and edited by David Binstead, and with regular co-host Jaya Gibson and occasional guest co-hosts.

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