Host Madeleine Peck Wagner dissects the process of visual artist and guest, Brandon Coley Cox. Their conversation ranges from blackness under pressure, how he builds his own materials by first destroying them and how he's related to King Ramsses II
Here's your daily dose of inspiration! Today Toni talks with Taylor Richardson, a 14 year old science phenom who is and will be changing the world. She's met Oprah and Beyonce. She's raised money to take young girls across the country to see A Wrinkle In Time and Hidden Figures. She's an advocate for STEM girls. She's a mentor. She's an inspiration. And she's well on her way to becoming an astronaut.
Dustin Harewood interviews Jacksonville local fashion designer Bobby Kelley. Bobby dropped some gems this week both laying down the gauntlet and giving advice to aspiring artists. They also discussed the challenges of running a boutique, what to do when you butt heads with local government, and Hollywood from Mannequin. You can follow Bobby on Instagram @bobbykdesign, and find his creations at shopbobbyk.com or at the BOBBYK Boutique in Murray Hill.
Madeleine sits down with renowned choreographer and media artist, Jonah Bokaer to discuss scalable collaboration and how to move from peer to peer partnerships to country to country collaborations. Jonah can be found on vimeo and twitter @jonahbokaer.
Welcome to the Salon with your host, Shawana Brooks. This is a place for musing, spit-balling and saloning! In this episode Shawana discusses curating exhibitions of black art and not asking for permission with artist and curator, Kandice Necole Clark.
Mid career arts education activist, Allison Galloway-Gonzalez is on a mission to change how the world thinks about arts education. Only problem is that she only knows just enough to be mildly dangerous. In a never ending mission to learn more and do more, Allison interviews real experts in a variety of fields that directly and indirectly affect the arts, students and our collective creative health.
Studio Perspectives is a closer look that those folks who are obsessed with their art and ideas. Here we like to say we start conversations and a little trouble too. Today's episode is an interview with guest artist, Timothy Stanley on the process of creating 'slow art' and his book on Romanian History through it's art.