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  • 00:24

    Healing Your Spiritual Self Through Artistic Expression

    in Self Help

    Healing through artistic expression can be truly beneficial to move through the blocks holding you back in life. Listen, as I speak with Mary Delaney, a local artist who has overcome obstacles in her life by reflecting on her past and expressing herself through her paintings.

  • 01:00

    Dancer & Artistic Director Lori Belilove on Founding a Dance Company

    in Art

    What does it take to found and sustain an artistic institution? Join us as the Independent Artists & Thinkers Network talks to Lori Belilove, the celebrated Artistic Director and founder of The Isadora Duncan Dance Company & Foundation.


    Lori Belilove is recognized around the world as the premier interpreter and ambassador of the dance of Isadora Duncan. She is sought after as a unique contemporary artist who understands the essence of Isadora. Known as a solo dance artist for her interpretations of Duncan’s signature solos and staging of Duncan’s group masterpieces, she has also been recognized for creating powerful, contemporary works in her own voice. The purity, timelessness, authentic phrasing, and musicality of Duncan dance has been passed down to Lori through a direct line of Isadora Duncan dancers.


    Lori received a B.F.A. in dance, religion, and classical studies from Mills College. Since the age of twelve, she has pursued her passion for modern dance, training primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York. Lori Belilove is the leading dancer in the award-winning PBS documentary Isadora Duncan: Movement From the Soul, narrated by stage and screen actress Julie Harris. Lori has toured extensively both nationally and internationally in Brazil, Korea, West Africa, Canada, Mexico, and Europe. As a master teacher, she has held residencies at such distinguished institutions as Harvard University, The Juilliard School, Northwestern University, Smith College, University of Alabama, Ohio State, UC Berkeley, Drexel University and Franklin & Marshall, among others.

  • 00:31

    The Creative/Artistic Show

    in Spirituality

    What does it mean to be a dreamer and an artist vs. a realist in today's world? We will discuss what it means on today's show and look at it not only from a macro (worldwide/societal view), but also a micro (individual) view. We will also discuss the place that arts and culture has in today's society (if any) and why the role of the Arts has changed so dramatically in the last 3000 years? Why is it that the mind is more important than the creative Soul in our society today rather than 3000 years ago during the time of the Pharaohs and can we ascend in our thought processes about what is more important: the Soul or the Mind? And if it is the Soul, why? And if it is the Mind, why? And finally, we will think about the micro-view and the macro-view as well once more in our daily homework exercises by thinking about how we can change our world using what we have at our disposal, whether it is teaching children in our community centers about the Arts or donating to a favorite Arts cause in our individual neighborhoods or taking it a step further and asking our local government to raise money for Art Awareness programs in our districts and cities...I hope to hear from you on tonight's show...namaste and love from the HEART

  • 02:03

    PMP: 78 Tarot - An artistic collective

    in Spirituality

    RevKess and Kalisara are proud to bring you a few of the 78 artists who created 78 Tarot, an epic deck filled with a variety of artistic styles and gorgeous artwork from around the world.


    78 Tarot grew organically through social media. Kayti Welsh asked some of her friends to help and within 24 hours they had 78 artists. The deck features Jasmine Becket-Griffith (a Disney licensed artist), Larry Elmore (known for his work on the Dragonlance books), Everette Hartsoe (of gothic comic book fame), "DragonLady" Carla Morrow, fantasy artist Meredith Dillman, Patricia Ariel and fantasy artist Tiffany Toland-Scott.


    78 Tarot First Edition Deck was the debut project that was successfully funded via Kickstarter in July of 2014. The First Edition did not follow any kind of theme and the artists were left up to their interpretation without any set of rules to follow. The second deck, the Tarot Nautical, is currently in production.


     

  • 02:49

    Saturday Evening Programming On AM360 - Tampa Bay Area Muslim Association

    in Religion

    1st Hour: Artistic Sounds


    2nd Hour: Martha Nylah Williams and the Tampa Bay Area Muslim Association


    3rd Hour: Artistic Sounds


     

  • 02:02

    PMP: Surfing with Pirates - Theft of artistic works on the internet

    in Spirituality

    Aarrrrrr! RevKess & Kalisara are once again tackling the topic of piracy, this time hosting a panel of musicians and authors.


    M. R. Sellars is a relatively unassuming homebody who, in his own words, “tells pretty lies for a living.” While he had several short stories appear in minor publications, it wasn’t until 2000 that his first full-length novel, Harm None: A Rowan Gant Investigation, hit bookstore shelves, officially launching the acclaimed paranormal thriller series and its associated spinoff.


    Chelsey Danielle is an accomplished performer, composer, and educator. She performs as a one woman percussion band, drummer/percussionist/vocalist in multiple projects, and educator to all ages. She has been featured as a solo artist as well as with many musicians at various music festivals and venues around the world. Recently, Chelsey Danielle released her debut album "Red Mixtape" that displays her unique style.


    Mama Gina is a Pagan Bard, singer/songwriter, fearless storyteller, and wanderlust. With down-to-earth, bluesy vocals, a bit of humor, and straight-ahead, rhythmic, acoustic guitar, djembe and frame drum, she tells the true stories. Her CDs “Goddess Kiss’d,” “The Undertaker’s Daughter,” “Solitaire,” “I Remember Love,” and the digital single “The Day the Pagans Came to Town” are available at CDBaby, iTunes, amazon.com.


    Celia has been described as "A cross between an Earthy Enya, Joan Baez, and Tina Fey."

  • 00:23

    Terrany Johnson Recording Artistic

    in Radio

    When Tee-Double was about 8 he used to record his early demos by going to a Sears department store and using a boombox from the electronic department to record and a keyboard from the same department to cut his first demos.He then would rap and play the keyboard into the boombox and create songs while his mother shopped until she was ready to leave.Usually recording two to three songs per shopping trip.This would happen almost every weekend!


    If you want it you make it work.


    Tee Double has blurred the distinctions commonly associated with entrepreneurs, songwriters, producers, and poets. Armed with a freestyle grace that can only be witnessed in person, he has let his lyrics flow, defined with bass lines that have given them power to shape a community.


    He is the Official Culttural Ambassador of Austin,Txas Hip Hop.


    2015 Released his 26th solo album GAS MASK on his own Kinetic Global Media Group Label

  • 01:01

    Dancer & Artistic Director Lori Belilove on Founding a Dance Company

    in Art

    What does it take to found and sustain an artistic institution? Join us as the Independent Artists & Thinkers Network talks to Lori Belilove, the celebrated Artistic Director and founder of The Isadora Duncan Dance Company & Foundation.

    Lori Belilove is recognized around the world as the premier interpreter and ambassador of the dance of Isadora Duncan. She is sought after as a unique contemporary artist who understands the essence of Isadora. Known as a solo dance artist for her interpretations of Duncan’s signature solos and staging of Duncan’s group masterpieces, she has also been recognized for creating powerful, contemporary works in her own voice. The purity, timelessness, authentic phrasing, and musicality of Duncan dance has been passed down to Lori through a direct line of Isadora Duncan dancers.

    Lori received a B.F.A. in dance, religion, and classical studies from Mills College. Since the age of twelve, she has pursued her passion for modern dance, training primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York. Lori Belilove is the leading dancer in the award-winning PBS documentary Isadora Duncan: Movement From the Soul, narrated by stage and screen actress Julie Harris. Lori has toured extensively both nationally and internationally in Brazil, Korea, West Africa, Canada, Mexico, and Europe. As a master teacher, she has held residencies at such distinguished institutions as Harvard University, The Juilliard School, Northwestern University, Smith College, University of Alabama, Ohio State, UC Berkeley, Drexel University and Franklin & Marshall, among others.

  • 01:00

    Exploring artistic South Africa

    in Travel

    World Footprints revisits South Africa to explore the country that Nelson Mandela built. Our journey will take us through the world of fine art and will focus on the transformative power of art with Martin Britz, President and Founder of Soweto Fine Art, will join us from Johannesburg to talk about his personal journey from an Afrikaner military officer to a champion for black South African artists. Martin will share some unique insights into the people, culture, and South African society today; and he’ll talk about his quest to promote and empower the diverse people on the African continent and expose its art treasures to the world. Then we’ll travel back to Maryland for a visit to Galerie Myrtis to chat with several prominent art collectors who gathered to discuss the topics of cultural preservation through art collecting, connoisseurship and philanthropy. Based in Baltimore, Galerie Myrtis features works by African, African-American and emerging artists with a mission to utilize the visual arts to raise awareness for artists who deserve recognition for their contributions in artistically portraying our historic and cultural landscape; and recognize art movements that paved the way for freedom of artistic expression.

  • 00:27

    LaTara Thompkins - Founder and Artistic Director of N.I.A. Kids Center

    in Radio

    LaTara Thompkins is the Founder and Artistic Director of N.I.A. Kids Center for the Performing Arts.   LaTara founded this organization to address the concern and need to provide productive activities for youth in the community to help transform their free time from a threat to their safety and security into opportunities to participate in enriching, life-changing programs. 


     


    LaTara is the product of a family of singers, musicians, and performers.  As with many singers, LaTara got her start in performing by singing with the church choir.  Her involvement as a youth and young singer allowed opportunities that developed her as a leader and songstress.  Her vocal training has allowed her opportunities to perform as a lead soloist and performer.  She has recorded with local gospel artists and is a founding member of the local gospel group, “Devotion.”  She continues to use her vocal talent to train and develop young singers.


     


    As the Founder of N.I.A. Kids, LaTara continues to use her creativity to implement programs and opportunities for youth to get formal training in a variety of artistic disciplines.  She oversees a strong, artistic team and has successfully produced several outstanding theatrical productions.  Through the programs of N.I.A. Kids, LaTara continues to use her gifts to Nurture Inspire and Affirm all of the children that are blessed to cross her path.


     

  • 03:03

    Saturday Evening Programming On AM360 - Tampa Bay Area Muslim Association

    in Radio

    1st Hour: Mark Shahid interviews Imam Wallace Deen Mohammed's widow, Khadijah Siddeeq Muhammad


    2nd Hour: TAMPA BAY AREA MUSLIM ASSOCIATION


    3rd Hour: Artistic Sound's