Hello my Pinterest followers! Stream my entire folk, blues, soul album here on CBC Music and vote for me in the #Searchlight competition! Photo by Stefan Chirila. http://music.cbc.ca/#/artists/Janice-Lee

Hello my Pinterest followers! Stream my entire folk, blues, soul album here on CBC Music and vote for me in the #Searchlight competition! Photo by Stefan Chirila. http://music.cbc.ca/#/artists/Janice-Lee

Local docu-musical follows Janice Jo Lee as she searches for a sense of belonging

Local docu-musical follows Janice Jo Lee as she searches for a sense of belonging

Waterloo Reads | At the end of the evening, with votes tallied, the win went to Janice Jo Lee, a Korean-Canadian, folk-soul musician, and theatre artist. Lee was defending “Ragged Company” by Richard Wagamese

Waterloo Reads | At the end of the evening, with votes tallied, the win went to Janice Jo Lee, a Korean-Canadian, folk-soul musician, and theatre artist. Lee was defending “Ragged Company” by Richard Wagamese

Novel by Richard Wagamese takes top honours at 2017 Waterloo Reads battle of the books. The book was championed by singer/songwriter and poet Janice Jo Lee.

Ragged Company wins Waterloo Reads' book battle

Novel by Richard Wagamese takes top honours at 2017 Waterloo Reads battle of the books. The book was championed by singer/songwriter and poet Janice Jo Lee.

The Record | Waterloo Region | Thought provoking stage series in Kitchener wraps up this week

Thought provoking stage series in Kitchener wraps up this week

Janice Lee Confronts the Uncomfortable | Produced by Greenlight Arts, “Will You Be My Friend” sold out its one weekend run in late June

Produced by Greenlight Arts, “Will You Be My Friend” sold out its one weekend run in late June

Janice – Out There | Queerness, (in)visibilité et espace public | Montréal, Août 2016 I have been re-embracing my femininity because I grew up, like most women, being shamed for being femme, and then being shamed for not being femme enough.

Janice – Out There | Queerness, (in)visibilité et espace public | Montréal, Août 2016 I have been re-embracing my femininity because I grew up, like most women, being shamed for being femme, and then being shamed for not being femme enough.

PEOPLE'S TRIBUNE June 2 2017| Janice Jo Lee’s album, Sing Hey, begins with three deep breaths, as if she’s thinking through what she has to say before launching into a kind of slam-sung poem ...

Janice Jo Lee’s album, Sing Hey, begins with three deep breaths, as if she’s thinking through what she has to say before launching into a kind of slam-sung poem .

Becca Redden, 2016 graduate of the former UW independent studies program, continues her independent streak with ambitious documusical Sing Hey, collaborating with past Kitchener Artist in Residence…

UW alumna highlighting local talent in documentary

PODCAST: Sing Hey! Love, Struggle, and Community with Janice Jo Lee | Grand River Media Collective

Folk artist Janice Jo Lee releases latest album at The Boathouse - 570 NEWS

You may recognise her as Kitchener’s 2015 Artist in Residence or her video poem series, “Folk Myths of Kitchener” and now Janice Jo Lee is releasing her latest album called “Sing Hey.” This is Lee’s second album and the release party is tonight at The Boathouse. Describing herself as an artist of the people, Lee …

Folk artist Janice Jo Lee releases latest album at The Boathouse - 570 NEWS

ARTIN’ AROUND WITH JANICE LEE | Erin McLean-Purdon CONTRIBUTOR | The Community Edition

Folk artist Janice Jo Lee releases latest album at The Boathouse - 570 NEWS

Janice Lee, Kitchener's 2015 artist in residence, asked local artists, such as Lydia Mainville, to illustrate her poetry. Now the City of Kitchener is interested in having some of Lee's work turned into a zine.

City commissions Janice Lee to turn Folk Myths of Kitchener into zine

Janice Lee, Kitchener's 2015 artist in residence, asked local artists, such as Lydia Mainville, to illustrate her poetry. Now the City of Kitchener is interested in having some of Lee's work turned into a zine.

Artist to gather stories about Kitchener’s places | The Record | May 18 2015

— Janice Lee is looking for Kitchener’s myths.

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