Gunargie O’Sullivan – Surrey Muse

Gunargie Co hosts with Hereditary Chief Bill Wilson on Access TV

Gunargie O’Sullivan is a radio host, media producer, actress, and an arts organizer who was chosen in 2018 as the Radio Legend by National Campus and Community Radio Association (NCRA). In 2015, Gunargie taught at the first Women’s Media Camp in Denman Island and Comox BC, where she also hosted a two-hour live national broadcast from the Walking With Our Sisters exhibit presented by the K’omoks band. She also developed a national radio series called Resonating Reconciliation for Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission that resulted in 26 half-hour documentaries airing nationally on stations across the country. Gunargie envisioned and produced Red Jam Slam to raise the profile of aboriginal music in Canada through live performances and live local and national broadcasts. Serving on the CFRO Board she produced both news and artistic videos for community access television and other outlets. Gunargie paints, writes, and she is Mom to Nimkish Young Ing and Aisha O’Sullivan, and wife to Gary Olver.

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At the September 25 gathering of Surrey Muse, Gunargie will be the Featured Performer. More on the event is here: september-25-2020

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