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Listen in to Conscious Youth Global Network Radio as we discuss, "Artistic Expression: Why is it important ? ", along with CYGN Youth Council Member and guest host Nayali Lopez-Spears, we explore the perspectives of two incredible artists of Mixed-Media and Hip-Hop. Energy Ausar and Image (aka Ryan) gives us a bold and introspective view into how society contributes to the inspiration behind the art.
Image R. Bolton is a mixed media artist who has spent over 7 years sharing his gifts by teaching art to children in urban schools across Los Angeles, utilizing “upcycled” materials actively in the curriculum. Currently, Image is attending Otis School of Art and Design to expand his craft, while creating art, growing his business, and experiencing more life. His business is Perpetual Design Labs, which a creative contracting company also known as a design house.
NnerG Asar is a 'self-styled hood dignitary. The Tall graceful brother is a Tutsi descendant who grew up here in America. He is a independent scholar, teacher, community activist, author, musician and dedicated husband and father. NnerG (pronounced Energy) currently runs the "House of Annu" Research Center and Society for the Remembrance of the Legacy of the Earths first Civilizers...Anu. He is also a charted formal International Member of the AKF (Afrakan Kingdoms Federation head by Her Imperial Majesty Queen of Sheba II) He can be contacted at: 310-988-3659 or email@example.com.
Annette Coleman & Suzanne Frazier host & Claudia Rouiler & Maureen Hearty cohost:
Scrounge & or Assemblage is an artistic process. In the visual arts-t consists of making three-dimensional or two-dimensional artistic compositions by putting together found objects.
Join us as we talk about the process unique to assemblage artists.
Shewanda Hayes was born in Columbia, Lousiana, she is the wife of Pastor Kent Hayes and mother to Christopher, cameron and Cayden, She has a Bachelor of Arts and Science Degree in Christian Ministry and Education. She is an educator and advocator for all special needs persons, especially those affected by Austism. She is the Elect lady of Highest Praise Church of Irving and a friend to all she meets. Being the mother of two artistic children of her own she knows the ends and outs of the daily routine that many parents experience. Let her be the one to offer that special caring hand to you and you children. She is currently in the early staged of writing her book regarding her life and experience as a mother of autistic son's and developing an after school program for children with special needs.
Join us as we host live @ the 1st Annual FunkNation Artistic Explosion 2012! We will be interviewing FunkJunky's owner Alonda (LaLa) Stewart as she gives us the 4-1-1 on the history behind FunkJunky. Entertainment, fashion, ART! You dont want to miss it!
Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. In this edition we will be discussing the premier of , the webseries First, which just debuted on Issa Rae's network. We will also discuss Armond White's latest: Film Is Art, Television Is a Medium, and question, is one more artistic than the other?
My guest on Thursday, March 27th at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk will be artist Harriete Estel Berman, who joins us to discuss the critical topic of copycats and artistic piracy in the arts and craft communities.
About: The craft community is under assault by copycat thieves in the “Age of the Internet.” BAD and UGLY behaviors proliferate within the craft community. International pirates steal images and retail giants raid the craft marketplace for ideas. Naïve and enthusiasm cloak unethical behavior with "I love your work and want to make one for myself.” Do you recognize the problems? Recognize the behavior? Understand Fair Use? Need recommendations? Join this important and topical conversation with Jay Whaley and Harriete Estel Berman.
Supporting articles for this discussion (recommended reading before listening):
“The GOOD, The BAD, and The UGLY in the AGE of the Internet”
"I love your work and want to make one for myself"
Alibaba and the Copycat Thieves
Alibaba Who? Alibaba Me?
DMCA "Take Down" - Action & Advocacy Against Copycats
A discussion about The Free World Experiment and the global artistic community.
Candi Farlice joins us to speak about SOMArts Cultural Center's VISIONS AT TWILIGHT: DIA DE LOS MUERTOS 2014, the 15th Annual Day of the Dead exhibit, October 10–November 8, 2014 curated by René and Rio Yañez www.somarts.org/visionsattwilight Candi takes on social/political issues in her art. The installation that she is creating for “Visions at Twilight,” the Day of the Dead exhibition at SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco focuses upon the black male and how he is perceived. The working title is “No Matter What I Wear.” Ms. Farlice also has a solo show up through 10/16 in the African American Center at SF's Main Library, 3rd Floor. Byb Chanel Bibene joins us to speak about "Taboo and Heroes," a multi-media work that addresses the reality and consequences of violence and corruption through the specific experience of the war that overtook the Republic of Congo in the late 1990's. In this piece Bibene narrates his personal experiences, as a survival, in which hope was the only strength for survival. Bringing together dance and theater performers, an original music score, set design and video elements, the piece aims to transport the audience into the charged atmosphere of conflict that permeated, and still echoes in everyday life in the Republic of Congo. Taboos is Sept. 27, 8 p.m. at Zaccho Theatre, 1777 Yosemite Ave., San Francisco. Visit www.kiandanda-dance.com We close with a conversation with the African American Shakespeare Company team: L Peter Callender, Artistic Director, Nancy Carlin (guest director), Ponder Goddard (Ariel) about the 20th Anniversary of the theatre and the opening production of The Tempest Oct. 18-Nov. 9. Visit african-americanshakes.org Music: Judith Sephuma te Tshephile Mang; Steel Pulse's Uncle George (Jackson)
Rebroadcast MAR 28, 2014:Cultural Odyssey @ 35 with Idris Akamoor, Rhodessa Jones and Lyrika Holmes. Visit http://www.culturalodyssey.org/ Second guest: Joanna Haigood, choreographer, Zaccho Dance Theatre with dancers Antoine Hunter and Travis Santell Rowland speak about Dying while Black and Brown. Visit http://www.zaccho.org/
Mr. Ackamoor is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, tap dancer, actor, director and producer. He is the founder and Executive/Co-Artistic Director of Cultural Odyssey. Idris curates and produces the Cultural Odyssey Performance Festival, and also records and tours with his acclaimed jazz ensemble. Ms. Jones is an actress, dancer, singer, writer, and teacher, Ms. Jones is Co-artistic Director of Cultural Odyssey and Founder/Director of the Medea Project: Theater for Incarcerated Women. Rhodessa tours her performances and speaks to "Theater for the 21st Century: art which precipitates community transformation.Lyrika Holmes joins us as featured artist at the 35th Anniversary gala. Ms. Holmes is an International performing artist "Lyrika Holmes" is an African-American recording artist, singer, harpist, songwriter and teacher.
Music: Dwight Tribble's Ooh Child; Aar Maanta's Deeqa; Eddie Gale's African Sunrise with Destiny.
Oliver C. Brown (sometimes credited as Oliver Brown) is an American percussionist, born December 1, 1946, in Berkley, CA. Brown was one of the original members of KC and The Sunshine Band. For four decades, Brown has played with a wide array of artists, from Natalie Cole to Jermane Jackson.
Brown's first big break came in Florida with TK Records as their in house percussionist. He recorded and/or toured with most of their artists. Following this, he became one of the original members of KC and The Sunshine Band as they recorded their 1974 debut album Do It Good, followed by the album KC and The Sunshine Band, which featured their first number one hit on the Billboard charts, "That's The Way (I Like It)."
In the late 1970's early 1980's, Brown was priviledged to record and tour with such artists as Jermaine Jackson, The Whispers, Larry Vann, Billy Preston. Leo Sayer, Al Jarreau, Natalie Cole, Thelma Houston and many more recording artists with Warner Brothers, Capitol Records, and Motown.
Eventually he became the third member of the trio Gravity 180, which he considers to be his greatest artistic achievement to date. Brown has stated that the group has given him the opportunity to express percusission in a way that could be said to be a percussionists' dream. Brown also performs with Nils, a Billboard #1 Smooth Jazz artist and has done so on all of Nils' albums. He continues to perform with Nils and Gravity 180, as well as with other prominent artists from around the world.
Brown was featured in Gravity 180, the 2012 documentary film about the group, written, directed, co-produced, and edited by two-time awarding filmmaker Len Rosen. The film was a featured documentary at the Monaco Film Festival in May 2012, and was granted an Honarary award.
Donna Blue Lachman is a lover of all things theater. She has worked as a playwright,actor, director and teacher for more than 25 years. She was the founder and Artistic Director of the Blue Rider Theater Company in Chicago for 14 years where she wrote and performed 9 one-woman plays, leading to two Joseph Jefferson awards for best performance, several Playwright Fellowships and awards from the Chicago Artist’s International Program which allowed her to research and tour her production to Venice, Italy, Berlin and Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Her numerous awards include an Emmy for a television show for the City of Chicago. Her teaching credits include the School of the Art Institute, master degree programs at Chicago’s Columbia College and has served as Dramatist-in-Residence for the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs.
Susan Block brings with her a vast knowledge of the arts and creativity. She is LaPorte County Poet Laureate Emeritus, playwright, writing workshop leader, art exhibition curator and cultural arts advocate. "Conversations On Creativity" is the brainchild of Block.
Series co-producer is Mary E. LaLuna, executive producer/creator of ArtSees Productions and host of “ArtSees Diner,”
Music for today's show was provided by Keenan Baxter.http://keenanbaxter.com
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