All of the coverage with The Sound started with the exhibition at Niagara Artists Centre. My thoughts on that show and some of the ideas and information that were in the air at that time can be read here.
Not long after that show opened, I spoke with the consultant in question, Martin Van Zon, from Interkom Smart Marketing, on the air on CFBU, as part of the ongoing show I produced there, Niagara Voices and Views. That conversation can be heard here.
The first article was a teaser to direct people to The Sound’s website for the longer series, and was the only one from the initial series to appear in printed form. As the four evenings of consultations happened over two weeks, at the beginning of a month, it made more sense to post the series online, as they could be more relevant, in terms of immediacy of the events, and also for ease of sharing. At this time, too, the Facebook group that would eventually lead to the Rodman Hall Alliance was forming, so online seemed expedient for that, as well.
The second, third, fourth and fifth chapters, all dealing with the Interkom consultations, are at the previous links. There are also now two epilogues (what else could such a process have, but two?) here and here.
It is also worth adding that with the planned consultations by the Rodman Hall Alliance set to happen in late Fall 2017, and with the deadline for a model for the institutional form that Rodman Hall is to take to be proposed to the autocrats – or, sorry, administrators at Brock still tentatively early 2018, I’ll be adding more to this portal as developments merit.
That means I’ll be resharing this link on my various social media spaces. As always, any who feel that they have information they want to share with myself or The Sound, regarding this issue, please contact us as you feel most comfortable. If necessary, confidentiality will be respected, as I’ve been happy to do all along this series.
The image above is courtesy Donna Akrey (her solo show was at Rodman Hall this past February).