Published Interviews

Abrupt Dystopia - GRR Showcase (Exchange, March 2019); CJTR 90s Night (Revival Room, April 2019); IMP Labs End of an Era (Cure Kitchen and Wine Bar, April 2019); GRR 80s Night (Exchange, May 2019); GRR Camp (Multi UofR, July 2019); Regina Folk Festival, (Kids’ Stage, Victoria Park, August 2019)


“End of An Era! Celebration of Dr. C Marsh and the IMP Labs,” Performance and Research Presentation, April 2019.

“Femme Sound Series Part 3: Run A Soundcheck,” Co-Production with Sask Music, February 2019.

“Femme Sound Series Part 2: Sound Tools,” Co-Production with Sask Music, January 2019.

“Femme Sound Series Part 1: An Intro to Sound Tech,” Co-Production with Sask Music, November 2018.

“Hot Topics: Women in the Music Industry,” and “Play Your Gender,” Public Forum with Dr. Charity Marsh, Dr. Andreana Clay, Amanda Scandrett, and Jill Mack. Presented by IMP Labs, Sask Music, Regina Public Library, and Girls Rock Regina, October 2018.


“Dr. Charity Marsh in Conversation with Belle Plaine,” October 2018. 

“DJ and BeatMaking 101,” Workshop Facilitation for the following: Girls Rock Camp, CSTM Conference, IASPM Conference, Flatland Scratch Seminar and Workshop Series, Multiple School Groups, Recruitment Events, IMP Labs, 2018.

“When she plays we hear the Revolution,” Documentary Teaser,” Summer 2018. 


“When She Plays I Hear the Revolution: Reflections on Girls Rock Regina’s First Camp - A Roundtable Discussion” October 2017.


“The Flatland Scratch Seminar and Workshop Series” 2017-18. 


“I was there: Saskatoon’s Women in Hip Hop History” Co-Sponsored with Northside Hip Hop March 2017. 


“Tale of the Town” Creation of 3 short Video Works for Final Performance, July 2015. 


“Scratch, Look and Listen,” with Dr. Mark Campbell, “The Flatland Scratch Seminar and Workshop Series” 2015.


“The Flatland Scratch Seminar and Workshop Series” 2012-13.


“Hip Hop and Communities,” Oboro Artist Gallery. Montreal, QC, Feb 2012. (Artist in Residence)


“You Can’t Stop the Hip Hop” Soundshift Festival, July 2011.


“The Scott Collegiate/ IMP Labs Hip Hop Project v.4”  Performances/ DVD, April 2011.


“Audibly Out!” Curator, Queen City Cinema Festival. Regina, SK. June 2010.


“55 Parallel Northern Saskatchewan Hip Hop Project” in partnership with the Northern Saskatchewan Sport, Culture and Recreation District. 2010-2013.


“Scott Collegiate/ IMP Labs Hip Hop Project v.iii,” Performances, CD, and DVD Producer., 2010.


“Little Red” Curator, Producer, Artist. Interactive Media Performance at the MacKenzie Art Gallery in March 2009.


“Scott Collegiate/ IMP Labs Hip Hop Project v.i and v.ii,” CD Producer. Fall, 2009.


“Last Night a DJ Saved my Life”; “Up Against a Wall: Graffiti as Art”; “The Massive: Hip Hop Canadian Style”; “Lest we Forget: Music and Ideology at the Canadian War Museum”; “Roots to Routes: Music as Storytelling Practice”; 


“Dancing in Silence: The New Global Rave Culture.” The Flatland Scratch Seminar and Workshop Series III. Creator/Producer. Fall 2008.


“The Oral, Written, and Other Verbal Media and eVOCative Festival DVD.” Producer. Summer/ Fall 2008.


“Launch of the Interactive Media and Performance (IMP) Labs Concert.” Producer and M/C. April 2, 2008.


“Interface and Gesture in DJ Technology”; “Pink Noises: Electronic Music, Gender, and Absence”;  “Hip Hop Culture in Saskatchewan: A Roundtable Discussion.” The Flatland Scratch Seminar and Workshop Series II. Creator and Producer. Winter 2008.


“My Treasure,” “Roaming Part One,” “Flashbacks,” and “Monsters,” Performed in Signs: The Monologue in Five Voices. Four Soundscape Compositions, May 2006.


“Spanning the Distance Performance.” Producer and M/C. May 2006. 


“Pride” Multi-media Performance in No Limits, National Artist Program, 2005 Canada Summer Games, August, 2005. Mentor, Creator, Artist working within Collaborative Multi-Media Performance Arts.


“The Rise of The DJ”;  “New Technologies and New Soundtracks”; “Cultural Production, Electronic Music, and Social Relations. The Flatland Scratch Seminar and Workshop Series I. Creator and Producer. Winter 2005.