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Hi there, Welcome to the The Art of Craft! This podcast is meant to highlight the amazing people and the journey they are on with intimate conversations to help inspire and educate anyone with similar interests. The skills that each craftsperson or artist were not attained over night. It takes years of focus and commitment in order to stay connected to their passion and I will be exploring this and many other subjects during these insightful exchanges of ideas. I started this podcast as a wa ...
 
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"This too shall pass," and we will be over this pandemic soon (I hope). Covid has shown us that the people we interact with at work are meaningful and the relationships developed outside of home are worth nurturing. Over that years, I have had many employees and some of those I call good friends. Adam Fullerton is one of those friends who worked fo…
 
The conservation of cultural objects is a complex. It’s specialist area that requires a deep understanding of science and humanities, as well as craft and practice-based project management. To work in this field, we have to continually learn from the past mistakes and build from them. Studying how materials and methods worked previously and making …
 
The Door store in Toronto’s West end has maintained its unique presence over the years by creating a magical niche within an industry that cherishes its contents. The Door store is part museum, architectural library, antique shop and vintage market. This is an institution where some come to learn, find ideas, and get lost in an era when design was …
 
Many of Canada’s Cultural landmarks are rooted in time and stories of those families and communities from centuries ago help serve as a reminder that with skills and knowledge there comes a responsibility. During the 1800’s it was clear that they understood knowledge as not a secret, but something that has to be shared. The replication of art throu…
 
Alex Fida from Prince Edward County and his sister Melanie grew up in Bloomfield - 10 minutes away from Picton. Their deep connection to this area is seen in the way they care for the old and quirky buildings that Alex and his partner play a key role in conserving. Living in rural Ontario forces Alex to adapt to the changing seasons with a varied s…
 
Miranda Fabricius is a mother of 3 girls under six and is incredibly busy as she juggles her time as mom and heritage restorer. I get the impression from speaking with her she is able to handle this and functions well under stress. Miranda’s version of creativity and the art that she creates is held within Crestview, a beautiful Queen Anne Revival …
 
Excited to have Nicholas Thompson on the show... Trained in the European atelier tradition, Nicholas is a sculptor in stone and bronze who uses a traditional figurative idiom paired with a contemporary way of seeing. After completing his training at City & Guilds Art School in London and Studio Barsanti in Italy, he works from his studio in Ottawa,…
 
This week's guest is Drexel head coach Michael Marchiano. A two-time NCAA champion at Maryland, Marchiano talks about finding his passion for coaching, and lessons he learned as a player and coach at Maryland, but also stops at Army, Wisconsin Milwaukee and Loyola along the way. He talks about being on the job for just about a year and the challeng…
 
A little bit about Eve and here work… Eve has been working in the industry since 1978 and has owned her business for 36 years. She is an Accredited Conservator Restorer, and holds an MA in conservation of Heritage Landscapes and Gardens from the Architectural Associate in London, England. She has managed a long list of high profile projects with th…
 
On this Episode I speak with Leigh bamford. Leigh is very skilled at stonework and also works in conservation masonry. Leigh lives and works out of Toronto, Canada and has been honing her skills for over 25 years. Leigh speaks about the art of her craft and highlights what motivates her each day. She is humble and gives a lot of info on what its li…
 
Excited to have Daniel Blenich on as the first guest of the show. His family has a great story that is worth the listen. Daniel grew up with his grandfather and father at work and is well immersed in the family business. A and D woodturning is out of Richmond Hill ON, Canada - and has been in business for 50 years! The depth of experience is eviden…
 
South Carolina head coach Mark Berson joins the show this week to talk about his 40+ years as the head coach of the Gamecocks. He covers some of his favorite moments, including his best recruiting story, and also covers the growth of the game from his perspective. Coach Berson also talks about this 2020-21 season and the growth of his young squad.…
 
Jim McElderry joins the CSN Podcast to talk about his program's recent ascension on the national scene over the last 6-7 years. He attributes the rise to support from the institution and a different approach to recruiting. He also talks about the program's thrilling run to the NCAA Quarterfinals last year, and how he hopes to continue the momentum …
 
Bob Warming joins the show this week to talk about his brief retirement form Penn State and his decision take over the program at Omaha after his protege, Jason Mims, took a position with Real Salt Lake. Warming talks about his relationships in the coaching ranks and also his core belief in how to make a college soccer program relevant.…
 
Coach Brian Rowland joins the CSN podcast to talk about his experience as a youth player in Canada and his decision to come to the United States to play collegiately at UMBC. Rowland shares how his combination of experience as a top player, goalkeeper, international student, professional and assistant at one of the top programs in the country has h…
 
Coach Kevin Kalish talks about taking over his hometown college team team and his alma mater, Saint Louis University. Kalish talks about how he used to write down practice plans even as a player as he prepared to for his future profession, and the lessons he learned as an assistant and head coach at SIUE. He sheds light into his decision to move aw…
 
This week's guest is the head coach at the University of The Pacific Ryan Jorden. After building a powerhouse at the Division II level, Coach Jorden decided to take the challenge of building the Tigers program from scratch. Just three years later, the Tigers made the NCAA Tournament and are off to another strong start this season.…
 
In this week's episode, Coach Rensing talks about his team's solid start that is due in large part to the experience he brought back from last year's team. Coach Rensing talks about the back line and the team as a whole in contributing to the stout defense that is allowing under three shots on goal per game, and also some players who will try and h…
 
We go a slightly different direction for today's show as we welcome Chris Grosse, Georgetown's Assistant Athletic Director For Marketing. Grosse has come up with a few different promotional events that have gotten national attention, including his latest: "Millenial Day." Grosse talks about that promotion as well as the role college soccer programs…
 
North Carolina's Cam Lindley joins the show to talk about his path to the college game. Lindley played multiple sports through high school and turned down professional opportunities on multiple occasions because of the ability to get an education and playing time that the college game offered. Cam also gives his assessment of the Tar Heels for 2017…
 
Rising senior Mo Thaw of Louisville talks about coming to the United States from Senegal at the age of 15, and all of the adjustments that went along with that, but how soccer helped ease the transition. He also talks about the injury that forced him to go the junior college route, and how he's thankful to the coach who gave him a scholarship witho…
 
Portland head coach Nick Carlin-Voigt joins the show to discuss the Pilots' remarkable turnaround in 2016 that included the West Coast Conference title and a berth in the NCAA Tournament. Carlin-Voight talks about his path as an assistant coach all the way to the job at Portland, and how he helped turn around the program that won just three times t…
 
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