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Hosted by Willis Ryder Arnold and Nancy Fowler, Cut & Paste arts and culture podcast features the personal stories of St. Louis' visual and performing artists, and intelligent but playful discussion of what's at stake in their work.

Hosted by Willis Ryder Arnold and Nancy Fowler, Cut & Paste arts and culture podcast features the personal stories of St. Louis' visual and performing artists, and intelligent but playful discussion of what's at stake in their work.
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St. Louis, MO

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Hosted by Willis Ryder Arnold and Nancy Fowler, Cut & Paste arts and culture podcast features the personal stories of St. Louis' visual and performing artists, and intelligent but playful discussion of what's at stake in their work.

Language:

English

Contact:

(314) 516-6735


Episodes

Cut & Paste : Conductor Gemma New

10/10/2018
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Rising-star conductor Gemma New talks about her approach to working with an orchestra, and the increased demand for conductors to be the public face of their organizations. We also hear an excerpt from St. Louis Symphony Orchestra's rehearsal of Elgar's "Enigma Variations."

Duration:00:16:40

Robert Butler

10/2/2018
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Democrat Robert Butler is the latest guest on Politically Speaking. He joins St. Louis Public Radio’s Jason Rosenbaum and Abigail Censky to talk about his bid for the 22nd District Senate seat. Butler is running against incumbent Sen. Paul Wieland, an Imperial Republican who first captured the Jefferson County-based district in 2014. Wieland’s episode of Politically Speaking was posted on Monday. Butler is an attorney who has lived in Jefferson County for more than 20 years. The Barnhart...

Duration:00:34:00

Cut & Paste: Paul Crane and "Living In Tents"

9/26/2018
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While shooting his documentary on an encampment of homeless people living near the Mississippi River in St. Louis, Paul Crane set up his own tent and moved in.

Duration:00:14:58

Cut & Paste: Daria Finley

8/15/2018
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St. Louis native Daria Finley was focused on her career, working in the information technology department of the Department of Defense, when one day she woke up blind. She'd been diagnosed with glaucoma the year before, but her sudden onset of blindness was a shock for her and her doctors. Finley used this life-changing experience as an opportunity to pursue things she had only daydreamed about doing before. They include modeling, acting in a short film and writing and performing a...

Duration:00:12:12

Cut & Paste: Shayba Muhammad

7/25/2018
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A few years ago Shayba Muhammad started making jewelry for herself, and was inspired to start a business, Mahnal, to sell her work. Now she wants to help other artists and artisans who would like to do the same.

Duration:00:12:39

Cut & Paste: Musician Owen Ragland blends many styles into one

6/27/2018
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We speak with 17-year-old pianist, producer and bandleader Owen Ragland about his path to music and his plans for the future.

Duration:00:12:25

Cut & Paste: St. Louis artist Kahlil Irving enjoys current success, forged by complicated past

2/21/2018
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St. Louis artist Kahlil Irving is only 25 but he's exhibiting in galleries from New York City to Los Angeles.

Duration:00:17:33

Cut & Paste: What was it like growing up with Ike and Tina Turner at St. Louis' Club Imperial?

2/7/2018
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George Edick Jr. grew up inside his father's Club Imperial in north St. Louis during its heyday, when Ike and Tina Turner regularly took the stage.

Duration:00:10:53

Cut & Paste: Mother-daughter singers: ‘She looks at you with such love; it’s like ew’

1/24/2018
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Carmen Garcia and her teenage daughter Isabel bond over their shared passion for musical theater and each other.

Duration:00:19:28

Cut & Paste: Kat Reynolds explores the link between black women and beauty products

1/11/2018
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Kat Reynolds stops by the beauty products store about as often as some people shop for groceries — about three times a month. For many women, shampoos, conditioners, extensions and weaves seem to hold the key not only to an improved appearance but also a kind of self-satisfaction, according to Reynolds. With that in mind, the photographer is curating an art exhibition, “Mane ‘n Tail,” named for a popular line of beauty products. Reynolds said the show, which opens Jan. 19, focuses on female...

Duration:00:19:42