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I'M THE VILLAIN

Isabel Knight & Deondre' Jones

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Welcome to I'M THE VILLAIN, a podcast about 2 millennials trying to decode, deconstruct, and dismantle the world as we know it. The show is a conversational podcast where we talk about all the things that are fucked up about the status quo in America, with the perspective of the villain (Isabel) and hero (Deondre'). We talk about norms we think need to change in society, and talk with other millennials about how to change those norms, including our obsession with work, the culture of quantif ...
 
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On November 3rd, the Royal BC Museum announced that it would begin closing sections of its existing galleries to embark on a process of community consultation to decolonize long-established exhibits, increase cultural safety in the museum, and ensure that the Provincial museum is a welcoming place for everyone. This announcement has sparked new con…
 
Welcome to MuseNews, the BCMA’s monthly museum sector news podcast. Each month we recap some of the latest news, happenings, and announcements from museums, galleries, and heritage organizations across BC and beyond. Join Ryan and Lorenda as we explore the latest MuseNews! Featured News for November 2021: Congratulations to the 2021 Recipients of t…
 
In this fourth episode of our #CALM series, we speak with Tara Fraser (Vancouver Art Gallery) and Heidi Swierenga (Museum of Anthropology at UBC), two members of the BC Heritage Emergency Response Network (BC HERN) steering committee. Tara, Heidi, and volunteers from BC HERN were able to go to Lytton BC in October to assist with the salvage and rec…
 
In this solo episode, Isabel and Deondre' talk through our relationship shit. Both of us have been going through some pretty serious transitions, that have pushed us to expand our understandings of what a romantic relationship can and should encompass. We already both identify as polyamorous, which is a form of ethical non-monogamy in which you all…
 
In this third episode of our #CALM series, we speak with Tara Fraser (Vancouver Art Gallery) and Heidi Swierenga (Museum of Anthropology at UBC), two members of the BC Heritage Emergency Response Network (BC HERN) steering committee. The BC Heritage Emergency Response Network is a growing consortium of art, culture and heritage professionals and vo…
 
What does progressive Christianity look like in an increasingly secularized world? We sat down with Preston Meyer, the host of the Holy Watermelon podcast and a Sunday school teacher from Canada, who dispels some myths some people may have about Christianity and Mormonism, such as the notion that Mormons primarily go door to door proselytizing or t…
 
How does culture connect to climate action? How do we value nature? What are museums roles’ in preserving and advocating for natural, intangible and tangible heritage? How can museums center Indigenous knowledge in climate action and disrupt legacies of settler colonialism in climate action? In this second episode of our #CALM series, we interview …
 
We are excited to announce the BCMA's Climate Action Podcast Series! To kick off the series, this first episode interviews Dr. Deondre Smiles, an Indigenous geographer and Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Victoria. Dr. Smiles (he/him) is Ojibwe, Black, and settler, and a citizen of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibw…
 
We know that "pretty privilege" can affect everything from who society deems worthy of sex and intimacy all the way to who gets promotions, housing and friends. But it's not as obvious as with other forms of inequities what we should do about it. We can pretty much agree that everyone deserves housing and healthcare but attraction by definition req…
 
What makes sugar, Adderall, tobacco, and alcohol legal while drugs like pot, heroin, cocaine, and meth are not? Is it addictiveness? Impact on health? Racism? In this episode, we talk to Jay Shifman, the host of the Choose Your Struggle podcast who has experiences coping with addiction to prescription medication and self-identifies as a drug user i…
 
Join the BCMA as we chat with Cheryl Hendrickson, Executive Director at the Britannia Mine Museum about their on-site cate - the Chatterbox Cafe! Cheryl takes us through the steps they have taken to make their cafe financially lucrative and sustainable. This podcast is part of our Financial Sustainability Week. Financial Sustainability week is spon…
 
Paul Crawford joined the BCMA’s Leia Patterson for a brief interview in light of his nomination for the Distinguished Service Award. This award recognized an individual, paid or volunteer, who has made a unique and outstanding contribution on a regional, provincial, or national basis to the arts, culture, and heritage fields over an extended period…
 
Sdaahl Ḵ’awaas Lucy Bell joined the BCMA’s Leia Patterson for a brief interview in light of her nomination for the Distinguished Service Award. This award recognized an individual, paid or volunteer, who has made a unique and outstanding contribution on a regional, provincial, or national basis to the arts, culture, and heritage fields over an exte…
 
Kirsten Clausen joined the BCMA’s Leia Patterson for a brief interview in light of her nomination for the Distinguished Service Award. This award recognized an individual, paid or volunteer, who has made a unique and outstanding contribution on a regional, provincial, or national basis to the arts, culture, and heritage fields over an extended peri…
 
Dr. Kirsten Hodge joined the BCMA’s Leia Patterson for a brief interview in light of her nomination for the Distinguished Service Award. This award recognized an individual, paid or volunteer, who has made a unique and outstanding contribution on a regional, provincial, or national basis to the arts, culture, and heritage fields over an extended pe…
 
What does gardening have to do with the revolution? It turns out, it has everything to do with it - in this episode, Amirio Freeman, the host of the Loam Listen podcast, talks to us about how Black ecology fosters a sense of connectedness that teaches you if any one part of the complex system that is nature fails, the whole system collapses, and ho…
 
The BCMA Team has loved watching Rutherford Falls! Join us for the final Rutherford Falls Recap, where we discuss Episodes 8, 9, and 10 to finish off Season 1. Koy and Leia discuss the plot twists and turns, some of the difficult topics the show brings up, and chat about the real challenges reflected in the show. SPOILER ALERT: We talk about the fi…
 
It turns out that being a woman sports fan is just like being any other kind of sports fan. They don't need pink jerseys, they just want to feel included. In this episode, we sit down with Keely Dunning, a sports podcaster who has worked in sports for 10 years, after she decided she didn't want to go into the entertainment industry. As it turns out…
 
Welcome to MuseNews, the BCMA’s monthly museum sector news podcast. Each month we recap some of the latest news, happenings, and announcements from museums, galleries, and heritage organizations across BC and beyond. Join Ryan and Lorenda as we explore the latest MuseNews! Featured News for August 2021: BMO gifts $350K to MONOVA for Indigenous prog…
 
Millennials have a fraught relationship with work. At this point it feels like we could do a compilation of people telling us about the jobs they wish they had been able to have but couldn't for various reasons, whether it be because the lifestyle was too demanding, they didn't want to move to LA, or they had been sold this dream of fulfillment tha…
 
The BCMA Team has loved watching Rutherford Falls! Join us for this podcast where we discuss Episodes 5, 6 and 7. Koy and Leia discuss the plot twists and turns, some of the difficult topics the show brings up, and chat about the real challenges reflected in the show. SPOILER ALERT: We talk about three episodes - Episode 6, 7 and 8 - so if you have…
 
The BC Museum Portraits Project is an audio interview and photography initiative that will result in an online archive of the ‘institutional memory’ of the Province’s museums and archives. We’re excited to preview this new collaboration between Spencer Stuart and the BC Museums Association on our website. In this episode, Spencer interviews Charlot…
 
The BC Museum Portraits Project is an audio interview and photography initiative that will result in an online archive of the ‘institutional memory’ of the Province’s museums and archives. We’re excited to preview this new collaboration between Spencer Stuart and the BC Museums Association on our website. In this episode, Spencer interviews Shawna …
 
The BC Museum Portraits Project is an audio interview and photography initiative that will result in an online archive of the ‘institutional memory’ of the Province’s museums and archives. We’re excited to preview this new collaboration between Spencer Stuart and the BC Museums Association on our website. In this episode, Spencer interviews Chelsea…
 
We have a lot of conversations on this podcast about issues which are often moral in nature, such as the Israeli occupation of Palestine and defunding the police but often we aren't talking about the specific moral framework behind our positions on those issues, and so in this episode, we are going to have a more explicitly moral conversation than …
 
The BC Museum Portraits Project is an audio interview and photography initiative that will result in an online archive of the ‘institutional memory’ of the Province’s museums and archives. We’re excited to preview this new collaboration between Spencer Stuart and the BC Museums Association on our website. In this episode, Spencer interviews Kris Fo…
 
The BCMA Team has loved watching Rutherford Falls - if you missed Watercooler Wednesday in August, this podcast will catch you up on Rutherford Falls Episodes 1-4. Koy the BCMA Indigenous Partnerships and Outreach Coordinator, and Leia the Learning Resources Coordinator, discuss the plot twists and turns, some of the difficult topics the show bring…
 
Forget about buying a house; that's not even on the radar for most millennials. Let's talk about living with your parents. When the pandemic hit, a lot of people moved home to live with their parents either temporarily to weather the pandemic or permanently. But Candace Howze was already living with her parents, and for many millennials, that is th…
 
The BC Museum Portraits Project is an audio interview and photography initiative that will result in an online archive of the ‘institutional memory’ of the Province’s museums and archives. We’re excited to preview this new collaboration between Spencer Stuart and the BC Museums Association on our website. In this episode, Spencer interviews Ray Ram…
 
In a continuation of our conversation around disability from last week with Marquis Kearse, we get into what it is like to date while disabled. What are the power dynamics around one person in the relationship feeling like they need to take care of the other, or one person being deemed more conventionally attractive? And from there, we go into some…
 
The BC Museum Portraits Project is an audio interview and photography initiative that will result in an online archive of the ‘institutional memory’ of the Province’s museums and archives. We’re excited to preview this new collaboration between Spencer Stuart and the BC Museums Association on our website. In this episode, Spencer interviews Bruce F…
 
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