Art forms that create works that are primarily visual in nature
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Hayley Richardson, Director at the Dikeou Collection. Hayley talks about her education and path to becoming the Director at the Dikeou Collection, background of the Dikeou Collection, Zing Magazine, Devon Dikeou, collecting, and the importance of networking and internships.Join us for an informative and insightful conversation with Hayley Richardson.Follow Hayley Richardson on social media:On Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/littlehalien/@littlehalienYou can check out the Dikeou Collection at www.dikeoucollection.orgFall Equinox Reception at Dikeou Pop-UpWednesday, September 22, 6-8pm312 E. Colfax Avenue, Denver 80203Free and Open to the PublicThe Dikeou Collection1615 California Street5th FloorDenver, CO 80202Dikeou Pop-Up: Colfax312 East Colfax AvenueDenver, CO 80203 The Institute of Sociometry is FAIR 20202021 Globeville EPICenter in Denver, ColoradoNovember 11-14, 2021http://www.sociometry.com/wpsb/
In this episode of PhotoWork with Sasha Wolf, Sasha and Photo Director Jackie Bates discuss her work with The California Sunday Magazine and Pop Up Magazine, a live magazine meant for a live audience. Sasha and Jackie also talk about some strategies for photographers to use when approaching an editor for assignment work. https://www.californiasunday.com https://www.instagram.com/popupmagazine/ New York City-based photographer Jacqueline Bates was born in Mount Kisco, New York, in 1981 and raised in Connecticut. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2004 and Master of Fine Arts in 2009, both in photography, from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. In addition to taking pictures, Bates also works in magazine publishing as a photography editor. Find out more at https://photowork.pinecast.co
This is The Digital Story Podcast #808, Sept. 14, 2021. Today's theme is "My Top 5 Recent Gear Announcements." I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue My word! The camera industry has been very busy of late. And we get to enjoy the fruits of their labor. With new announcements from OM Digital, Ricoh, Fujifilm, Venus Optics and others, there's enough window shopping to dazzle our eyes like a tot set loose in a toy store. What are the picks of the litter? I'll share my 5 favorites on today's TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.
This week we dive into Netflix's "Worth" in honor of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. A film that tackles impossible and heavy questions, in relation to heartbreaking and tragic circumstances and subject matter. Michael Keaton, Amy Ryan, & Stanley Tucci give stellar performances in this emotional law drama, telling the behind the scenes story of the people who created and influences the victim's fund. If you'd like suggest a film franchise, filmography, or just say hello, you can reach us at 'email@example.com', @biigpodcast on twitter, and @butisitgoodpodcast in Instagram!
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Contemporary Sculptor and Painter, Brenda Stumpf. Brenda talks about growing up in a family of makers, quitting art school, Cy Twombly, poetry, mythology, trusting your intuition, process, finding beauty where you're at, the Colorado art community, connection, cautionary tales, integrity of the work, and advice to aspiring Artists.Check out Brenda's work at her website:www.brendastumpf.comFollow Brenda Stumpf on social media:On Instagram - www.instagram.com/brenda_stumpf/@brenda_stumpfOn YouTube - www.youtube.com/user/brendastumpfBrenda's solo exhibition, “Elegy – For What Has Passed” is on display from September 10th – October 2nd at the BRDG Project, 1553 Platte Street, Unit 100, Denver, CO 80202Catch Brenda's solo exhibition at G44 Gallery, 121 E. Boulder Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903, October 1 – October 29th. Brenda will give an Artist talk on October 21st at 5:30pm.
This is The Digital Story Podcast #807, Sept. 7, 2021. Today's theme is "Getting from Here to There: An Update from Maui." I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue Despite all of the reports of travel challenges, most of them can be overcome with a bit of extra planning. But what exactly do you need to know, and prepared for, as you travel from here to there? I have a number of tips to share with you, for Hawaii or anywhere else, on today's TDS Photography Podcast.
In episode 112 of the Disruptors for Good podcast I speak with Sophia Wang, Co-Founder of MycoWorks, on disrupting the fashion industry by creating a biomaterials company that has developed natural alternatives to leather and plastics using mushroom mycelium technologyIn 2013, with artist and inventor Phil Ross, Sophia co-founded MycoWorks, a biomaterials company that has developed natural alternatives to engineered wood, leather and plastics using mushroom mycelium technology.Her creative practice includes choreography, performance, writing, curation and producing original dance and multimedia works. Sophia has danced for Xavier Le Roy, Tino Sehgal, Jerome Bel, Amara Tabor-Smith and Xandra Ibarra, and co-founder of the Brontez Purnell Dance Company. Since 2015, she has co-produced Heavy Breathing, a discussion and movement workshop series that has featured over 45 presenting artists working at the intersection of performance, visual arts and pedagogy.Sophia also holds a PhD in English specializing in 20th and 21st century experimental American poetry, and a BA in English and Visual Arts.MycoWorks create materials at the intersection of art, nature and biotechnology using mycelium, one of the earth's most regenerative resources. The company's mission is to create a platform for the highest quality materials using Fine Mycelium™. Their first product, Reishi™ offers partners in the fashion industry an option for leather that is neither animal nor plastic, yet uncompromising in quality and aesthetic expression.The company announced last year the closing of a $45 million Series B financing to scale up and meet demand for Reishi™, the leading natural, non-animal leather material. WTT Investment Ltd. (Taipei, Taiwan) and DCVC Bio co-led the round, with major participation from new investors Valor Equity Partners, Humboldt Fund, Gruss & Co., and others, and existing investors Novo Holdings, 8VC, SOSV, AgFunder, Wireframe Ventures, Tony Fadell, and others.About Mushroom MyceliumA breakthrough in materials science and biotechnology, Fine Mycelium is an advanced manufacturing platform for high performance materials in fashion and footwear. The company's proprietary technology has enabled a new class of premium, non-animal materials that are the next evolution in mycelium.Mycelium is one of the earth's most powerful agents of regeneration and carbon sequestration. These fine, root-like threads are grown on the byproducts of agriculture and lumber, transforming plant matter into their own biomass.Unlike “mushroom leather,” which is compressed mycelium, MycloWorks patented Fine Mycelium technology engineers mycelium during growth to create the proprietary, interlocking cellular structures that give our material its superior strength and durability.Exclusive to MycoWorks, the Fine Mycelium process offers the unique advantage of total control over quality and customization.Fine Mycelium materials are custom-grown to our brand partners' specifications for performance, aesthetic features and more. This gives brands creative control to design from the material on up, while minimizing waste and ensuring consistent quality. Actionable traceability of the Fine Mycelium process allows our experts to capture and apply data at defining moments during production, fully optimizing our products from initial growth to harvest.Today, the team is growing in order to scale and deliver Reishi to an even broader range of partners in fashion, footwear and beyond. Together, they're working towards a world where mycelium enables resilient, creative solutions for any industry dependent on animal and petroleum-derived products.Listen to more Causeartist podcasts here.Check out:Partner with us - Learn moreImpactInvestor.io - Discover impact investors from around the world.Podcast Made with TransistorPodcast cover design Made with CanvaBuild amazing web platforms with Webflow
In Between Subjects: A Critical Genealogy of Queer Performance (Routledge, 2021) is a study of the connected ideas of "queer" and "gender performance" or "performativity" over the past several decades, providing an ambitious history and crucial examination of these concepts while questioning their very bases. The book traces how and why "queer" and "performativity" seem to belong together in so many discussions around identity, popular modes of gender display, and performance art. Drawing on art history and performance studies but also on feminist, queer, and sexuality studies, and postcolonial, indigenous, and critical race theoretical frameworks, it seeks to denaturalize these assumptions by questioning the US-centrism and white-dominance of discourses around queer performance or performativity. Dr. Amelia Jones is Robert A. Day Professor and Vice Dean of Academics and Research at the Roski School of Art & Design at the University of Southern California. Her recent publications include Seeing Differently: A History and Theory of Identification and Visual Arts and Otherwise: Imagining Queer Feminist Art Histories, co-edited with Erin Silver. The catalogue Queer Communion: Ron Athey, which she co-edited with Andy Campbell, and which accompanies a retrospective of Athey's work at Participant Inc. (New York) and ICA (Los Angeles), was listed among “Best Art Books 2020” in the New York Times. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies
In Between Subjects: A Critical Genealogy of Queer Performance (Routledge, 2021) is a study of the connected ideas of "queer" and "gender performance" or "performativity" over the past several decades, providing an ambitious history and crucial examination of these concepts while questioning their very bases. The book traces how and why "queer" and "performativity" seem to belong together in so many discussions around identity, popular modes of gender display, and performance art. Drawing on art history and performance studies but also on feminist, queer, and sexuality studies, and postcolonial, indigenous, and critical race theoretical frameworks, it seeks to denaturalize these assumptions by questioning the US-centrism and white-dominance of discourses around queer performance or performativity. Dr. Amelia Jones is Robert A. Day Professor and Vice Dean of Academics and Research at the Roski School of Art & Design at the University of Southern California. Her recent publications include Seeing Differently: A History and Theory of Identification and Visual Arts and Otherwise: Imagining Queer Feminist Art Histories, co-edited with Erin Silver. The catalogue Queer Communion: Ron Athey, which she co-edited with Andy Campbell, and which accompanies a retrospective of Athey's work at Participant Inc. (New York) and ICA (Los Angeles), was listed among “Best Art Books 2020” in the New York Times. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Dustin Haug grew up in southern Minnesota and attended St. Olaf College. Although he was very active in the dance department and spent a good deal of time studying chemistry, he earned a BA in Visual Art in 2000. He moved to Seattle, WA after graduation and began working with KT Niehoff's lingo dance theater in 2002, creating and performing in several evening-length works, including Speak to Me, Relatively Real, and Inhabit. In the summer of 2007, Dustin moved back home to Minnesota. Locally, he has shown his own work at The Walker Art Center's Choreographer's Evening, Zenon's Dance Zone, Choreographer's Evening at the Ritz, Bryant Lake Bowl, and SPCPA's Evening of Dance. He has also had the pleasure of working with numerous local choreographers such as Body Cartography Project, Rosy Simas Danse, Patrick Scully, Maggie Bergeron and Dancers, and Chris Schlichting. Dustin joined Mathew Janczewski's ARENA DANCES in 2013 to help create and perform the evening-length work The Main Street Project. He has taught modern dance and contact improvisation at Zenon Dance School since 2008; dance, chemistry, and physics at St. Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists from 2008-present.Lately, he splits his time between teaching science and coordinating the academic program at St. Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists, teaching modern dance technique at Zenon Dance School, teaching and performing with ARENA, brewing beer, reading to his daughter, and laughing with his wife.
Arts To Hearts Podcast is all about creating from a safe space to communicate and share the messy and wonderful side of being an Artist. In this episode, Host & Artist Charuka Arora interviews Artist Volta Voloshin Smith, Founder of Color Snack. Volta is from and is the founder of Color Snack and her mission to watercolor the world can be seen in the various projects such as , custom and that she creates for national and international brands. She has taught thousands of students in her online and in-person watercolor workshops, where she encourages everyone to rediscover their inner artist. - Volta shares how big of her 'food lover' she is! She shares her journey reflecting on why she loves food and how it's become a part of her art practice! - She shares about her watercolour book & her podcast while building a platform for artists. - Volta talks about how she motivated herself to keep going forward and believing that she has a lot to offer with the help of her creative mindset. - She talks about being "taken seriously enough" and not having her work valued as she liked! Volta shares her journey to overcome other people's perceptions of her art and becoming confident about it.
Join us for a deep dive into the origin story of Cruella Deville. An all star cast including Emma Stone, Emma Thompson, Mark Strong, and more; tell the never before seen backstory of the fur loving fashion queen. Does Emma Stone's young Cruella do justice to the the legendary performances that came before? Did we even need this film? Or is it a new twist on an old story? Find out this week on But Is It Good?If you'd like suggest a film franchise, filmography, or just say hello, you can reach us at 'firstname.lastname@example.org', @biigpodcast on twitter, and @butisitgoodpodcast in Instagram!
O APP Cast recebe diretores das regionais da associação espalhada por todo o país. O projeto é uma iniciativa da Executiva Nacional, nova diretoria da APP, e promoverá episódios mensais com diferentes temas, convidados e diretores das regionais. Nesta estreia, temos a participação dos diretores da APP, Melissa Carolina de Moura e Ari Brito. Melissa Carolina de Moura é Diretora da APP Araçatuba. Publicitária pela Unimep, Mestre em Comunicação e Cultura pela Unimar. Há 21 anos atua como Docente e Pesquisadora dos cursos de Jornalismo e Publicidade e Propaganda e Coordenadora dos cursos de Publicidade e Propaganda e de Jornalismo da UniToledo (Araçatuba). Experiência de mercado em Assessoria de Comunicação e Produção Audiovisual. Ari Brito é diretor da APP Litoral. É publicitário, Coordenador de marketing do Sistema Santa Cecília de Comunicação, Coordenador da Lab.822 - Agência Experimental da Unisanta, diretor regional da APP Litoral Paulista. Professor universitário há 29 anos. Os diretores regionais trazem um convidado para expor ideias nesta grande mesa redonda plural que é o APP Cast. Convidamos Felipe Ribeiro, diretor de criação da Wieden + Kennedy New York. Na última década, estudou direção de cinema, roteiro, design e fotografia na School of Visual Arts. Morou em São Paulo, Londres, Barcelona e Nova York, trabalhou em várias lojas criativas, incluindo os escritórios da W + K em Portland e São Paulo. Ganhou mais de cem prêmios internacionais, incluindo um Grande Prêmio de Cannes com “Tagwords”, para a Budweiser, e co-fundou o estud.io, selo criativo com sede em São Paulo que trabalha em todos os tipos de coisas no universo criativo. Host: Alexandre Luppi APPCasters: Silvio Soledade, Mari Cruz, Adão Casares Iniciativa: APP Associação dos Profissionais de Propaganda Edição, montagem e distribuição: Compasso Coolab
Imaginarium : An Alternate History of Art, a podcast where we delve into the most obscure parts of art history. This episode will be dedicated to the world of fashion, beauty, advertisements and art during the 1960s. twitter & ig : @imaginarium_pod patreon: patreon.com/nadjah music: Dream Escape - The Tides Additional content : BIBLIOGRAPHY: http://saffron-sugar.com/2019/03/12/on-loving-beauty-warts-and-all https://www.bl.uk/voices-of-art/articles/simon-martin-art-and-advertising-in-the-1960s# https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2363&context=all_theses https://www.bbc.com/culture/article/20190312-how-the-1960s-space-age-fashions-changed-what-we-wear https://ir.uiowa.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3120&context=etd https://digitalcommons.wku.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1814&context=stu_hon_theses
This week we dive into "A Quiet Place Part II", the highly anticipated sequel to 2018's critically acclaimed "A Quiet Place." Emily Blunt returns, as well as others, and is joined by newcomer, Cillian Murphy; as we see the next chapter in the "Quiet Place" story. Krasinski's second film is another master craft in filmmaking, but how does it measure up against the original? Does it over stay it's welcome like so many other franchises? Is it good?? If you'd like suggest a film franchise, filmography, or just say hello, you can reach us at 'email@example.com', @biigpodcast on twitter, and @butisitgoodpodcast in Instagram!
Fadl Fakhouri is a Palestinian-American visual and multidisciplinary artist, currently based in NYC and pursuing an MFA at Columbia University. Their work considers borders of the state, identity, and interpersonal relationships in an effort to undo their oppressive nature, and sometimes includes film, installation, performance, and rocks. Fadl joined us (in person!) to talk about pursuing art “seriously” after working in the medical field, their recent trip to Palestine, and their in-progress work “What the Fuck is Tel Aviv?” We also talked about contending with privilege and trauma in artmaking and embracing problematic moments as part of the way to…
Linnea Ryshke was born in Los Angeles, CA and received her MFA in Visual Art from Washington University in St. Louis, and her BFA in Painting from Pratt Institute. She creates paintings, drawings, artist books, and poetry that seek to restore the value of nonhuman animals as kindred beings worthy of our adoration, respect, and empathy. Alongside her art practice, she is an educator and has served as the Administrative Director for Culture Push, Inc., a non-profit arts organization in New York City. She currently resides in St. Louis, MO. You can learn more about her work at www.reembodimentproject.com.
Welcome to the post-apocalyptic world of "A Quiet Place." John Krasinski's writes, stars, and directs this sci-fi/horror film, to critical acclaim. With heartbreaking performances by Krasinski & Emily Blunt, "A Quiet Place" tells it's story with little to know dialogue or sound. With impressive sound design, framing, & cinematography; is this really masterclass in sci-fi & horror? Is it good??If you'd like suggest a film franchise, filmography, or just say hello, you can reach us at 'firstname.lastname@example.org', @biigpodcast on twitter, and @butisitgoodpodcast in Instagram!
My guest, Andrew Nicholls, is a highly experienced educator, designer and OHSEM specialist. Moving from a career in Industrial Design for Education, for the last sixteen years Andrew has educated students in a broad range of disciplines and subjects including Visual Arts, Technologies (Design and Digital), Humanities, and Building and Construction. As an educational leader, he has provided professional development to others on a wide-range of topics including transdisciplinary learning, technical and freehand drawing, continual improvement in educational performance and OHS compliance in schools. Andrew provides high level expert advice on OHS compliance, learning space design and educational leadership to schools, teacher associations and architects. His latest project, a collaborative website called ANDACOD, aims to showcase the transdisciplinary nature of Design & Technology / STEAM education and its value in 21st century education. Connect with Andrew at: Twitter: @andacod @anda_dlss Website: https://andacod.com/blog https://andrewnichollsdesign.com/blog Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/andacod LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-nicholls-55063b40/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/design-cast-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/design-cast-podcast/support
In this week's episode of KASHA Talks, I sit down with Dominick Troy, Harlem-based painter and sculptor, to discuss his growing up in Philadelphia, what drives his creativity, how he navigates the balancing act of keeping his work authentic and raw yet commercially appealing, his ability to stay flexible while freelancing, and whether or not he'd "tone it down" for a multi-million-dollar deal.
The new Executive Director of the Arlington Artists Alliance Christina Papanicolaou briefed us on her plans for the organization including a revamp of the organization's website, creating a centralized online site, opening an educational center/artist studio spaces, build up their social media presence and reopening the Academy. Also learn about how her New York City gallery helped emerging artists with their first shows, the unique "gold leaf" art technique, and two exciting upcoming events at the Alliance.
Natasa Heydra loves working within different areas of art, culture and design. She is a textile artist, teaches Visual Arts at the Kulturskolen in Viborg & curates and organises exhibitions, publications and art-projects. She has always been fascinated by cultural expressions of identity, like fashion, language, behaviour, music and art. The signs, the codes to help you uncover the multiplicity of identities in our society. Where does one end and starts another? The periphery is where the most interesting forms & stories reveal themselves. It is the edge between belonging and being an outcast. She is drawn to these odd-ones-out in society: the subcultures, the underground, the underdogs. These groups are often the most outspoken in their expression of who they are or want to be. "It took a move away from Holland to Denmark to make the link between my fascination with the odds one out and my own feelings of not belonging. From city girl to country girl, from a successful career to starting up from scratch at 45+...'who am i now?' I felt lost. While trying to get a grip on my new environment i started to see how much of my life i have been adapting to my surroundings as a strategy to fit in. That i often follow a self-created expectation of what i believe is expected of me. And now actually being the odd-one-out, the immigrant, it made me realise that the lost, sad and unsatisfied feeling i had carried with me my whole life, came from doing exactly that...adapting and hiding my thoughts, intensities and true self. Exploring and embracing being a gifted adult, ignites listening and looking at myself with clarity, acceptance and love. It is like finding a sense of belonging in myself, that i am 'already' forever grateful for." - Natasa HeydraTAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE:Giftedness is not only about high intellectual intelligence, it is more about how your brain works in a different way from the majority of people.Being gifted can be lonely and be accomplished by feelings anxiety and depression.There is this feeling of something is missing.Finding out about giftedness as an adult, gives a lot of answers to the lifelong feeling of being lost and lonely and the feeling of extreme stress and anxiety. Being mirrored by others is important for wellbeing.Shed your preconceived thoughts of what giftedness is. Giftedness is so much more than what we know from the stereotypes.Knowing about your own giftedness and neurodivergence calms you down!When you don't realise how your brain works differently, you get hurt by people because there are misunderstandings.As unidentified gifted people, we are not used to fitting into a box.We need to stop feeling ashamed of who we are.MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:Natasa Heydra on Instagram @hey_the_thread and website ungirly.comBook The Gifted Adult by Mary-Elaine JacobsenThe podcast episode with Pascale Coutanceau Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/UnleashMonday)
With Murray Hidary, a multi-disciplinary artist and tech pioneer. His purpose-driven approach is at the heart of his business success, acclaim as a visual artist, and global recognition as a musician. Ever pushing boundaries and guided by a strong desire to help people find their purpose, Murray is now focused on touring his immersive musical experience MindTravel across the globe. Over the past five years, Murray has created over 500 MindTravel experiences for over 100,000 people in cities from Los Angeles to London, Paris to Pittsburgh, Berlin to Boulder; in venues such as Lincoln Center, The Theater at the Ace Hotel, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Grace Cathedral, and The National Arts Club. Join us for this powerful and deeply personal conversation where Murray shares his insights on the role of grief, the opportunity we have to transform through the experience of grief, and how to create purpose from deep, deep loss. Murray shares about a tragedy in his own life, the role that music played in the midst of his grief, and how music is unique in its ability to connect with our emotions and transmute pain. You will hear Murray describe how he creates uniquely personal experiences for individuals that are part of his event audiences, how he combines nature and music, and finally, in an extraordinarily touching moment, you will hear Murray thoughtfully describe how he hopes to die. This is a conversation unlike any other on the podcast. Join us to reconnect with your own grief, to gain some understanding of how to process that grief, and to explore what may come next for you. Murray created the first MindTravel experience in 2013. He invited a group to his living room for a live performance of his provocative, improvisational, real-time compositions at the piano and then asked them what they thought of the experience. Moved by their emotional response and the power of music to take the group on a deep inner journey, he moved forward to bring it to the world. MindTravel brings together Murray's passions for contemporary classical music, visual art, theoretical physics and wisdom traditions. They are the four pillars of an integrated experience that seeks to explore an understanding of the universe at both the visible and hidden levels. In addition to the above, Murray is a Certified Meditation Teacher through the Vedic Center and a Certified Grief Counselor through Our House Grief Support Center.
Planet Shivers - Ep64: Tony Viagara: The Gangster Of ComedyThe Planet Shivers Podcast is taken by storm by the one and only, Tony Viagara! Tony steals the show as he tells us about his bad relationships, ex-wives, as well as giving his take on the P.C. culture. We also talk a bit about Tony's background before comedy, and how he has become the Gangster Of Comedy!DO NOT miss this episode! It's comedy and you need to laugh! Tony Viagara: Instagram: @tonyviagaraTwitter: @ViagraTonyFacebook: Tony ViagaraAlbert Shivers:Instagram: @albertshiversFacebook: Albert Shivers
This Arts To Hearts Expert Takeover and Special Podcast Episode is hosted by Artist and Art Therapist Leah Guzman! She is an Art Therapist, Artists and Founder of Creative Soul Society and Art Therapy Online! She provides insightful tips about consciously healing through art! Leah explains what art therapy means and how one can incorporate it in their daily art practice She explains how mental and creative blocks stem from emotional experiences around us Leah shares about her personal experiences and how she got out of them using art therapy She gives tips to ‘let go' using different ways and use Art Therapy in your everyday practice Furthermore, she believes in manifesting and channeling one's energy to dig deep Find out all the tips given by Leah about creative blocks, healing and art therapy! Find Leah Guzman & her Art Therapy projects on: Instagram: @leah.guzman.art / @creative.soul.society/ @art.therapy.online Website:
Joel Stanulonis is Assistant Professor of Art in the department of Visual Art at Houston Baptist University. He received his BFA from HBU in 2012 and earned an MFA at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. Joel specializes in classical representational painting and teaches ...
Have you dropped in with your local gardens, communed with the plant kingdom or simply said hello to the flowers around you recently? Our guest this week will inspire you to (re)direct your attention to spend time with these beautiful and wise beings every day. We welcome the deeply magical alchemist, folk herbalist, fellow starseed and “plant whisperer” Kate Clearlight to SOUNDFOOD. In this episode, Kate shares how plants have helped her tune into her highest and most authentic self. She explains how these verdant beings are eager to be our friends and all we have to do is be present and allow their loving intelligence to flow through. Along with being an active gardener, wild forager and advocate for flora, Kate is the founder of the coveted, high-vibrational brand Plant Folk. In our conversation, she describes the human and nonhuman support systems that have nourished her along her healing journey; eventually guiding her curation of the much sought after Plant Folk products - all of which literally fly off the shelf! Kate discusses how quickly her herbal apothecary grew: from making small, handcrafted batches in her home and selling at farmer's markets, to now serving a growing list of clients, and being promoted on platforms such as Vogue. Kate opens about how she has rooted into reciprocity and integrity as her business grows and shares grounded and clear recommendations on where to source herbs, how we can begin connecting and meditating with plants, as well as personal practices that help her dive more deeply into a state of service every day. Listening to her, we can not help but share the profound and expansive gratitude she feels towards the soil, (micro)organisms and all beings on Earth. Get cozy, grab your favorite herbal infusion and soak this one up. Thank you Kate! Mentioned In This Episode: Where to find Kate: @plantfolk @KateClearlight Plant Folk Apothecary Books Mentioned In This Episode: Gardening at the Dragon's Gate Soundfood Episodes Mentioned: FARM TO CLOSET: Beyond Sustainability, Healing through Land Stewardship, Radical Reciprocity, and Regenerative Design with Christy and Aras Baskauskas of Christy Dawn Also Mentioned In This Episode: California School of Herbal Studies Elemental Beings- Biodynamics Christy Dawn Rudolf Steiner Zack Woods Dried Herbs Foster Farm Botanicals Oshala Farm Healing Spirits MIKUNA SPECIAL CODE FOR LISTENER: Use the code SOUNDFOODFAMILY for 25% off first purchase 30% off subscriptions from mikunafoods.com (chocho based superfood products) TUNE INTO SOUNDFOOD: WEBSITE INSTAGRAM TEXT US ON OUR TELEPORTAL for high vibrational updates on all things SOUNDFOOD @ 1-805-398-6661 MERCURIAL MAIL Subscribe to our newsletter HERE. Connect with our Host: @nitsacitrine Lastly, we would be so grateful if you felt inspired to leave us a review on APPLE PODCAST!
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist, Sammy Lee. Sammy talks about how identity plays into her work, motherhood, growing up in South Korea, immigrating to the United States at 16, studying architecture and what it brings to her art, her current exhibition “Remind Me Tomorrow”, feng shui, hanji, her street art cart, meal casts, bookbinding and artist books, and artist residencies.Join us for a thoughtful conversation with the phenomenal Sammy Lee.Sammy's solo exhibition, “Remind Me Tomorrow”, is on display through July 17th, 2021, at the Emmanuel Art Gallery on the Auraria Campus, University of Colorado Denver, 1205 10th Street Plaza, Denver, CO 80204Closing Reception for “Remind Me Tomorrow” is July 17th, 2021, 10am-2pm.Check out Sammy's work at her website www.studiosmlk.comFollow Sammy Lee on social media:Instagram – www.instagram.com/sammy_seungmin_lee/@sammy_seungmin_leeUpcoming Exhibits:ArmorJuly 30 - October 15, 2021Center for Visual Art, Denver, COIAMP (Immigrant Artist Mentorship Program) Group ExhibitionBRDG Project – Gallery1553 Platte Street, Unit 100, Denver, CO 80202August 6 - 28, 2021InVISIBLE | hyperVISIBLESeptember 10 - October 10, 2021RedLine Contemporary Art Center, Denver, COWord PlaySeptember 17 - November 14, 2021Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Arvada, COID, Please (rescheduled from 2020)October 15 - December 3, 2021Korean Cultural Center, Washington, D.C.
Graphic Designer, Stephen Coleman is BACK! On this episode of The Planet Shivers podcast Stephan and I go deep on some big topics. We talk about how holidays control you emotions, UFOs, how celebrities and businesses guide society, depression, government sneaking in new laws during 2020, cancel culture, the power of knowing yourself and caring for yourself and others, allowing people to do good for you, keeping up with the Joneses, and how materials don't heal a broken spirit. **FORGIVE ANY BUMPS AND BANGS IN SOUND! SOMETIMES THE CONVERSATION GETS DYNAMIC!** Stephen Coleman: @spacecivilianairess Albert Shivers: @albertshivers
Antoine Evans is the Student Pastor at Lakeshore Community Church. He is married to his wife of almost 9 years - with 2 sons, Dominic and Evan. He has a passion for serving others and loves making people smile! He has an incredible education and work experience. This is where his passion and call lies.Antoine has two Masters from Liberty University, one in Christian Apologetics and the other in Psychology, with a focus on Child and Adult Development. He has a Bachelors, also from Liberty University, which he received in Christian Ministries with a Minor in Church Ministries. He served as a Case Manger at the Urban League of Rochester, where he assisted 17-24 year olds in obtaining their GED/HSE and Construction certification along with a number of other services within the community. He has received a certificate from FullSail University for Visual Art. He is a published Author, having self-published on Amazon, Deceived from Within: A look into the self-proclaimed Hebrew Israelites - where he explains who they are and how they are a heretical cult, what they believe and how they twist scripture to fit their agenda. Antoine has done extensive work in the community, having served on the Board of Bishop Singletons non-profit organization, Celebration of Life Community Inc. (COLCI) - he has served as a volunteer at Open Door Mission where he would interact with the guests as well as provide a message for those staying at the mission and he is currently the representative for those students receiving COLCI's Tyshaun Lamar Cauldwell Memorial Scholarship Award for 2020.
"Black Widow" is finally here! After over a decade in the MCU, and release delays, Natasha Romanov's solo film is finally here. A stellar cast including Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour, and Rachel Weisz come together in massive action sets and exotic locations to bring Cate Shortland's film to life. Focusing on Natasha's past in the Red Room, as well as her struggle to forgive the "family" of her youth, "Black Widow", while at times succumbing to the stereotypical Marvel formula, does bring an enormous amount of heart and emotion to the relationship in Natasha's life. So...is Black Widow's long awaited solo film worth the wait, or does it fall flat?? IS IT GOOD?If you'd like suggest a film franchise, filmography, or just say hello, you can reach us at 'email@example.com', @biigpodcast on twitter, and @butisitgoodpodcast in Instagram!
Today's episode is a gentle and illuminating reminder that in order to see the most beautiful parts of the Earth, we must first actively protect and deeply respect her. Our guest today, Nina Karnikowski, is an author and travel writer who invites others to think twice before they, well, travel. An Australian native with a home base in Byron Bay, Nina had written about and traveled to over 60 countries before experiencing a personal awakening on a work trip to Antarctica that transformed her life trajectory. From that point on, Nina began to slow down and rethink the impact travel has on climate change. In the years since, she has courageously flipped her decade-long travel writing career on its head in order to commit to and reframe conscious travel and living and has released two magical books: Go Lightly, How to Travel Without Hurting the Planet and Make a Living Living, Be Successful Doing What You Love. Along with being a prolific writer and author, she is first and foremost a sustainability advocate, Earth ally, creative powerhouse and Lover of the Natural World. This conversation feels perfectly timed as the pandemic restrictions lift and we venture out of our homes. Nina's latest book, Go Lightly, was released this Spring and serves as a sort of high-vibe handbook that answers to her commitment to low impact travel: by inspiring and educating readers on how to explore our fascinating planet without causing it further harm. In this episode, Nina imparts many takeaways on how to travel the Earth without recklessly deepening our carbon footprint, how to practice more conscientious travel and off put emissions when we do visit faraway places, the importance of showing (and paying) reverence to local communities, her creative process, spiritual journey and how to be grateful for all that's just within reach. We also get a sweet, intimate and candid look at how her marriage continues to light her up after 10 years of partnership! Thank you Nina, for your wisdom and your heart. Mentioned In This Episode: JOIN US FOR A JAM SESSION w/ Rocío Graves Wednesday July 14th at 11 am PST / 2pm EST via IG Live at @nitsacitrine Where to find Nina Karnikowski: NinaKarnikowski.Com @TravelsWithNina on Instagram E-COURSE: Writing for Earth E-COURSE: Writing As Ritual Books Mentioned In This Episode: Go Lightly by Nina Karnikowski Make a Living Living by Nina Karnikowski Soundfood Episodes Mentioned: “RADICAL SELF AWARENESS: Rooting into Authenticity, Biorhythms, and Rituals for Self Care with Rocío Graves” “DEMYSTIFYING THE BEAN PROTOCOL: Food as Medicine and the Healing Powers of Legumes with Unique Hammond” Also Mentioned In This Episode: Nina's Husband Pete's natural wines - Natural Order Wine Natural Order Wine (@natural_order_wine) • Instagram Susan Piver - Buddhist Philosopher & Teacher Jaqueline Suskin Poet MIKUNA SPECIAL CODE FOR LISTENER: Use the code SOUNDFOODFAMILY for 25% off first purchase 30% off subscriptions from mikunafoods.com (chocho based superfood products) TUNE INTO SOUNDFOOD: WEBSITE INSTAGRAM TEXT US ON OUR TELEPORTAL for high vibrational updates on all things SOUNDFOOD @ 1-805-398-6661 MERCURIAL MAIL Subscribe to our newsletter HERE. Connect with our Host: @nitsacitrine Lastly, we would be so grateful if you felt inspired to leave us a review on APPLE PODCAST!
Mark and Lynne Ryall are an amazing couple who just like you worked hard on their marriage. For years. Podcasts, books, advice from professionals we've all done it. But how many times have you stopped to celebrate your inner wisdom? Your greatest, how far you've come. LMFT Lily Eggers shows us how making the time and creating the space to appreciate each other does good not only for the other person but for you too. You'll want to listen to this episode together with your special someone and do the exercise along. The stage is set, the space is held, now it's up to you whether you'll use it or not. Mark Ryall recently retired from teaching economics at Royal St. George College (Toronto) and Hillfield Strathallan College (Hamilton) for a combined twenty-four years. His first love in high school coaching was always cross country running. Mark's newly released speculative fiction Age-Decoded is his first novel. He wrote it to educate himself and the world about the imminent tsunami of CRISPR genetic engineering technology. The story peers 100-200 years into the future, allowing the reader to critically imagine and feel the effects of this incredible new scientific frontier. Mark represented Canada in the 2019 World Age-Group Triathlon Championships in Lausanne, Switzerland. He enjoys acrylic art, and currently serves as a volunteer cross country coach for Westdale Secondary School in Hamilton. His education includes BSc, MBA, and PhD(University of Toronto). Get Mark's book Age-Decoded: https://books2read.com/age-decoded Lynne Ryall has been painting in her spare time ever since high school, experimenting with different styles and techniques. She is drawn back to her first love, impressionistic landscape painting, and much of her work centers on the stylization and abstraction of Canadian landscape. Although most of her subject matter is Ontario landscape, she travels extensively in Canada and abroad, taking opportunities to photograph, sketch, and paint on-site. Lynne paints mainly in oils but also works in acrylic and watercolor. Most of her large canvases are painted in the studio, but she also eagerly paints En Plein air. Lynne took studio space at the Cotton Factory in Hamilton after she retired from a career as a secondary school Visual Art, Media, and History teacher with the Peel District School Board. Connect with Lynne: lryallart.ca Lily is a Mom, entrepreneur, therapist, singer/dancer, and psychedelic journeyer - and she believes that every relationship can be transformed out of monotony and into intimacy and joy! Raised and homeschooled on 75 acres of Maine wilderness, Lily delights in bringing the “wild” into her life and work. She adores her career as a Somatic Couples Therapist, igniting kindness, connection, playfulness and passion into her clients' daily lives. She's trained with many great practitioners including Stan Tatkin (Psychoneurobiological Approach to Couples Therapy), David Mars (Transformational Couples Therapy) and Stanley Keleman (Formative Psychology). She's currently writing a book designed to bring her tools, tips and exercises to a wider audience. Her life mission is to change our culture of stigma and shame around relationship therapy/coaching! If you'd hire a coach to improve your tennis serve, why wouldn't you hire a coach to better your communication or sexual satisfaction? Lily's next goal is to write and perform a one-woman play about motherhood, identity and psychedelics. She lives in Marin with her husband and two young kiddos. Connect with Lily: lilyeggers.com and Instagram: @rootedrelationships Connect with ST: LifePixRelationships.com
Shrek and the gang are back for one final adventure! The kingdom of Far Far Away is threatened by Rumbelstiltskin, and Shrek has to find a way to fix the timeline! With the all-star cast back together, does this film right the ship after the misfire of the 3rd film? Or is this another instance of more isn't always better? "Shrek Forever After" offers more serious tone and new perspectives, but the question remains....is it good?If you'd like suggest a film franchise, filmography, or just say hello, you can reach us at 'firstname.lastname@example.org', @biigpodcast on twitter, and @butisitgoodpodcast in Instagram!
Today's episode is a complete treat for anyone who wants to learn more about food security, intersectionality, social - environmental justice and how to take action to live a more balanced, conscientious and informed life. We are delighted to welcome the sweet and sage Isaias Hernandez to SOUNDFOOD. Isaias is an environmental educator and activist, vegan, entrepreneur, public speaker, digital marketer, and creator of Queer Brown Vegan- an educational platform that seeks to share the spectrum of environmentalism through graphics, illustrations, and videos (and very delicious vegan recipes!) Isaias grew up in Los Angeles, CA where he witnessed environmental injustices through his unique perspective as a BIPOC and LGBTQIA person. It was those disparities that inspired him to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from UC Berkeley. Wise beyond his years, he has gained experience in a variety of diversity inclusion work in environmental spaces, academic research, and creative work. We discuss Isaias' focus on creating food security in communities, the importance of buying local food, what sustainability actually means, avoiding “vegan capitalism” and seeing through “rainbow washing” and more. Isaias also has a reverence and sensitivity for Indigenous cultures that govern so much of his personal practices and convictions. This conversation imparts as much wisdom for the mind as it does nourishment for the heart and soul. Thank you Isaias for joining us! Mentioned In This Episode: Where to find Isaias Hernandez: QueerBrownVegan.com Queer Brown Vegan on Instagram Queer Brown Vegan on Facebook Queer Brown Vegan on Twitter Books Mentioned In This Episode: The Red Deal: Indigenous Action to Save Our Earth Silent Spring- Rachel Carson Also Mentioned In This Episode: Uplift Climate Slow Factory Foundation TerraCycle Package Free Shop SPECIAL CODE FOR LISTENERS Use the code SOUNDFOODFAMILY for 25% off first purchase 30% off subscriptions from mikunafoods.com (chocho based superfood products) TUNE INTO SOUNDFOOD: WEBSITE INSTAGRAM TEXT US ON OUR TELEPORTAL for high vibrational updates on all things SOUNDFOOD @ 1-805-398-6661 MERCURIAL MAIL Subscribe to our newsletter HERE. Connect with our Host: @nitsacitrine Lastly, we would be so grateful if you felt inspired to leave us a review on APPLE PODCAST!
Another week, another episode of the Planet Shivers Podcast! This week the exciting and insightful musician, Jaycie Cuprill, lands on Planet Shivers! Jaycie and I covered a lot of ground during our conversation. We talk about moving from the Poconos to Virginia, new artists sampling old music, conquering stage freight, how music helped Jaycie through her gender transition, her method of songwriting, as well as running and playing open mics. BUT WAIT! Then Jaycie flips the record and talks to Albert about visual art and how all the arts can connect to one another!This is one of the good ones, folks! Don't miss it!
This week we return to Far, Far Away for "Shrek The Third," a continuation of Shrek & Fiona's story. This three-quel brings back all the characters we know and love, as well as introducing a few new ones. Does this film meet the high bar set by is predecessors, or does it fall short? Find out this week!If you'd like suggest a film franchise, filmography, or just say hello, you can reach us at 'email@example.com', @biigpodcast on twitter, and @butisitgoodpodcast in Instagram!
This week we dive into Shrek 2, the follow up to the critically acclaim original. We journey to the Kingdom of Far Far Away to meet Fiona's parents and a host of new characters, as well as returning favorites like Shrek, Fiona, & Donkey. A heart-warming film that further explores the themes of the original film while taking new perspectives. An expansive cast of characters, voiced by top-tier actors, and a story full of emotion...but is it good?If you'd like suggest a film franchise, filmography, or just say hello, you can reach us at 'firstname.lastname@example.org', @biigpodcast on twitter, and @butisitgoodpodcast in Instagram!
Today, I'm here with Jennifer Easterling who is another wonderful staff member of Art Class Curator. She writes lessons for our membership at Curated Connections Library and our curriculums. In this episode, she's chosen Shirin Neshat's Rebellious Silence for our conversation which she's been enraptured with ever since she came across it when looking at an AP Art History class. Recently, this artwork came to Fort Worth, Texas and Jenn got to go see it! 4:22 - What the art piece looks like 9:23 - What surprised Cindy and Jenn about Neshat's photographs 15:05 - The nuances of the photographs in person vs. online 21:51 - Opening eyes to Muslim women's rights 26:13 - Discussing the symbolism of guns in Neshat's artwork 31:34 - Getting lost in Neshat's dramatic eyes 33:46 - What Neshat wants from us looking at her work 36:58 - Speculating about the meaning of the poem 44:10 - The artistic beauty of the Farsi language 47:48 - Going back home never being the same 52:10 - Watching Neshat's video art 59:49 - Key personal connection for Jenn to take forward 1:04:38 - Insights from Jenn teaching this art in the classroom Transcript at https://artclasscurator.com/64
This week we kick start our new series with the beloved "Shrek." Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, & Cameron Diaz star in this 2001 animated smash hit. Filled with subversive humor and a provocative take on the classic fairy-tale, "Shrek" is a romp that is filled with tons of heart. But is it good?? Find out this week!
View John's Painting that coincides with his Reading the path between fields fields the path between Join us on Patreon to view the extended video interview.John Raux is a run on sentence with no drivers license cultivating a mess of plans, personal multi-media art practices, philosophical mumbo-jumbo, public installations, quality time deep dives outside, collaborative experiences, contemplative processes, and publications to inspire and provoke individuals and isolated communities from stasis and apathy into active cultural exchange and restored poetic imagination all the while traveling the globe on foot and by bicycle with his backpack full of tricks and food made for sharing.www.patreon.com/johnrauxwww.rauxbot.comwww.johnraux.comhttps://hubs.mozilla.com/JPWh5Bu/adhesive-gestures -my latest exhibition@johnrauxSeasoned and fresh-faced artists (of every genre) discuss how to make creativity work within the complexities and challenges of adult life. In the Confessing Animals podcast, co-hosts Jen Harris + Vanessa Aricco, both working writers, unveil the secrets and struggles of creative living in a rapid-fire Capitalist society. One guest at a time, Jen + Vanessa ask, How Does Your Life Translate to Art?All music provided by Ashley Raineshttps://www.ashleyrainesmusic.com/Listen! Rate! Subscribe! www.confessinganimalspodcast.comIG: @confessinganimalspodcast Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/confessinganimalspodcast)
Tao speaks to his dear friend and former sister-in-law, Chloe Cockburn. Chloe leads Open Philanthropy's strategy for investing in criminal justice policy and practice reforms to substantially reduce incarceration while maintaining public safety. Prior to joining Open Philanthropy, she oversaw state policy reform work for the ACLU's Campaign to End Mass Incarceration. Previously, Chloe worked with the Vera Institute and the civil rights law firm of Neufeld, Scheck and Brustin, and clerked for Judge Sifton of the Eastern District of New York. Chloe graduated from Harvard University with a BA in Classics and Visual Art, and has a JD from Harvard Law School. She joined Open Philanthropy in August 2015.
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