Oak City Move 25: Manifest Music Festival and Nourish International NCSU
Jenaye interviews Erika, co-founder of Manifest, a yearly feminist music festival in Carrboro! Up later are Zafir and Vishal, who co-founded Nourish International NCSU’s comedy show series!
Oak City Move 24: The Conjure and Journeymen
Phian and Jenaye speak with Gemynii, founder of The Conjure, a dance party for black and brown femmes, and Journeymen, an organization that teaches emotional literacy to young boys.
Oak City Move 20: SAGE (Student Advocates for Gender Equality)
Sara and Jenaye talk the election, white feminism, “artivism”, and much more with the officers of SAGE, NC State’s feminist student organization.
Oak City Move 19 pt. 2: Technician
Sara and Jenaye sit down with Johnathan and Connor from Technician, NC State’s student newspaper. Topics range from the life of a student journalist in 2017, balancing digital and print media, and their favorite moments from working at the paper.
Sarah and Arthur of the Purr Cup mobile cat cafe stop by the studios to chat about their fundraiser to lease a permanent location. They also discuss their work with the Meow House Cat Rescue, to help find shelter cats loving homes.
Oak City Move 14: Polarity Showcase
Sarah and Jenaye sit down with the organizers of the Polarity Showcase. The showcase will explore the dichotomy between the synthetic and organic, and will be open July 7-9 at the Assembly Downtown.
Oak City Move 8: Young Bull + Vacay
In this episode of Oak City Move, Phian talked to the men behind Young Bull from Durham NC. They discussed their musical inspiration and told some funny stories. Later, she talked to Holland Gallagher about his projects Vacay and Runway.
Oak City Move Episode 4
This week’s Oak City Move episode featured Jon Lindsay of the NC Music Love Army, who came in to discuss his new project, Calling 100 Counties. Calling 100 Counties will work to connect NC-based bands to local legislators, to facilitate flow of information between the people of North Carolina and their representatives.
OCM also spoke with William Paul Thomas about his art, fighting stereotypes in the media of black men with his project TEEF, and the showing for...