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Bryan Bell

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Episode 272 | Decor & More with Bryan Bell & Erin Bjorkstedt | 18 March 2021

Calgary Business Podcast

Growing up, most kids have their mom to tell them to clean up their room or do their homework. Bryan’s mom went a little further. She let the “creative” side of the Bell family unleash in the unfinished basement of their family home in Ontario; that became the foundation for helping companies plan their corporate events. After 31 years, Bryan continues to hold the creative torch as his mother continues to manage through a prolonged health matter. Leslee Bell, on behalf of all of the guests and listeners of Calgary Business Podcast, allow me to extend thoughts, prayers and best wishes for a speedy and "creative" recovery!§§§To learn more about the Decor & More story, click on one or more of the links below: Decor & More Website | http://www.decorandmore.com/
 Instagram | @decorandmore.inc Facebook | @decorandmoreinc Twitter | @DandMEvents LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/decor-&-more-inc./ §§§ Bryan Bell (President) on LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryan-bell-ab31454/ Erin Bjorkstedt (Team Lead, Calgary) on LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/erinbjorkstedt/--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/allen-wazny/message

55mins

19 Mar 2021

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Hour 1: Bryan Bell of Big Rods Guide Service

Outdoor Line

Tom, Rob, and Joey get you ready for all the local winter fishing and hunting opportunities, and they discuss getting the most from your electronics on Columbia River pre-spawn walleye with Bryan Bell of Big Rods Guide Service. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

45mins

13 Feb 2021

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Episode #70 Bryan Bell

Don't Give Up Your Day Job's Podcast

Bryan Bell has been a firm fixture of the New Zealand music scene for many years.  Throughout the 1990s he fronted his band the Dead Flowers, releasing three albums, touring constantly and supporting bands like Guns n Roses and Pearl Jam.  When The Dead Flowers wrapped, he was invited to join the Jordan Luck Band and later Ekko Park.  Bryan’s views and his approach to his career are refreshingly pragmatic.  He’s not interested in hype or posturing, he’s simply a hard working musician who loves making music and loves working with his friends. On our 70th episode Danny and Bryan launch right into an action packed conversation about Bryan’s career and surviving the music industry long term.  This one’s a goodie.  Put it in ya!  

1hr 29mins

25 Apr 2019

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Locals Only Podcast: Episode 1 - Joe Walsh & Bryan Bell

Locals Only

Radio Hauraki's celebrating New Zealand Music Month with the Locals Only Podcast! This Week Angie and Tom sat down for a beer with Joe Walsh and Bryan Bell (Ekko Park, Jordan Luck Band) to hear about life on tour. From Taxi Karaoke in Italy to impromptu surgeries in a pub in the heart of Ireland. Thanks to New Zealand On Air!

49mins

30 Apr 2018

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Locals Only: Episode 1 - Joe Walsh & Bryan Bell

Locals Only

Radio Hauraki's celebrating New Zealand Music Month with the Locals Only Podcast! This Week Angie and Tom sat down for a beer with Joe Walsh and Bryan Bell (Ekko Park, Jordan Luck Band) to hear about life on tour. From Taxi Karaoke in Italy to impromptu surgeries in a pub in the heart of Ireland. Thanks to New Zealand On Air!

49mins

30 Apr 2018

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Episode 29: Bryan Bell, Design Corps, SEED, & NC State

The Arch. Ed. Podcast

The 2017 AAE conference (see episode 26) presented the opportunity to sit down with Bryan Bell, Founder and Executive Director of Design Corps and Associate Professor of Architecture at NC State University in Raleigh, North Carolina. We spoke about his experiences of architectural education and practice, from studying under Peggy Guggenheim to meeting and working with Sam Mockbee. After grad school, he worked for a brief period in the office of Steven Holl before realising his calling lay elsewhere.Bell is the editor of Good Deeds, Good Design (Princeton Architectural Press, 2003), co-editor with Katie Wakeford of Expanding Design: Architecture as Activism (Metropolis Press, 2008), and co-editor with Lisa M. Abendroth or both the Public Interest Design Practice Guidebook (Routledge, 2015) and the forthcoming Public Interest Design Education Guidebook (Routledge, 2018).Bryan is also the co-founder of the SEED (Social Economic Environmental Design) Network, who are collaborating with the Pacific Rim Community Design Network for the 2018 SEED + Pacific Rim Awards Competition celebrating excellence in Public Interest Design. Three winners will be selected by each of the two networks that represent their principles and selection criteria, with six winning projects receiving a USD3,000 honorarium for a trip for one team representative to present their work at an international conference, taking place at the National University of Singapore on December 14-16, 2018. Click here for more information about the competition - the deadline is 23:59EST on 15 July 2018, and winners will be announced on 4 September 2018.

35mins

3 Apr 2018

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Bryan Bell & Katie Wakeford (4.20.09)

Architecture AIT Triangle Lectures

1hr 2mins

15 Jul 2011

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Bryan Bell & Katie Wakeford (4.20.09)

Architecture AIT Triangle Lectures

1hr 2mins

15 Jul 2011

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Bryan Bell & Katie Wakeford (4.20.09)

Architecture/AIA-Triangle Lectures - 2008-2009

1hr 2mins

9 May 2009