Sweater Weather is a podcast and live events series about Canadian arts and culture, co-hosted by Aaron Giovannone and Naomi K. Lewis. In long-form discussions, we dive deep into literature, film, music, television, and more. A guest from the arts community often joins us, too.
The show is available for free on all major video, audio, and social media platforms. Check out our Eventbrite page for upcoming live shows and to book your free tickets.
On Sweater Weather, we use the adjective 'Canadian' conscious of its complications and contradictions. Canadian arts and culture — or 'Canadian Content' — is often produced with the support of Canadian institutions. However, artists do not necessarily identify as Canadian. On Sweater Weather, we respectfully acknowledge Indigenous peoples and cultures existing outside and against a Canadian national framework.
Sweater Weather is recorded before a live audience at the Memorial Park Library in Calgary on Treaty 7 territory, home of the Siksika Nation, the Piikani Nation, the Kainai Nation, the Îethka Stoney Nakoda Nation, the Tsuut’ina Nation, and the Métis people of Alberta Region 3.
Sweater Weather is made possible by the support of the Calgary Public Library, Calgary Arts Development, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, and our audience.
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