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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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Hey gang. We'll dig a little into the Thicke of Robin.
We'll also tackle stories as we do with new audio for Go Go Gohmert.
4 Year Old Destroys Babysitter's Plan To "Blame A Black Man"
TN football player wants rape case dismissed because unconscious victim was ‘promiscuous’
NC day care and mentoring program was a child operation, according to deputies
Join The Gist of Freedom tonight as we welcome Marshall Jones, III, Producing Artistic Director Of Crossroads Theatre Company…
It is one of a diminishing number of theaters dedicated to the production of and support of black theater, and the only black theater company to be honored with the Tony Award as Best Regional Theater in America (1999).
LEGACY MONTH 2014
A Series of Special Events Celebrating the Legacy and Heritage
Of Crossroads Theatre Company
February 9, 16 and March 2
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Ricardo Khan and L. Kenneth Richardson, who co-founded Crossroads Theatre Company in 1978 as young Rutgers graduates, will reunite for the first time in 25 years at a special kickoff event for “Legacy Month” on Sunday, Feb. 9, celebrating the theater’s history and enduring contributions to black theater and the American cultural landscape.
Shenetta Gordon: These days, so many things we buy are cookie cutter, but SheNetta’s X-Clusive Jewelry Designs, Owner & Designer, Shenetta Gordon believes jewelry is not just a piece that you wear, but it speaks a lot about your style, your likes and dislikes. It even portrays your inner personality. With her unique sense of style, she has combined her passions and created her own innovative jewelry line that incorporates the essence of elegance, with fascinating pops of color and exquisite craftsmanship. Each artistic creation is handcrafted, using high quality Swarovski crystals, uniquely shaped stones, glass beads, glass pearls, acrylic beads, wood, polymer clay, resin, metals, reclaim plastics, chains, wire and colorful fabrics to achieve elegant, whimsical, and romantic jewelry that is luxurious yet budget friendly.
Stacy is a Life/Relationship Coach that helps women to restore their hope, faith and confidence through reflective writing and life coaching. She is a motivational catalyst that believes in empowering women to live their best lives by stepping out by faith to fulfill their purpose.
Stacy has experienced many setbacks, trials and tragedies along her journey. She knows pain first hand and as result she has dedicated her life to helping other women to rise above adverisities. For Stacy, the challenges has helped to shape her life, gave her the strength to pursue the dreams and God molded her character to not simply settle but work towards being the best and accomplishing greatness.
Marilyn Campbell-Lowe is a published playwright, award winning actor, co-founder (w/Michael Halberstam) of the Writers’ Theatre in Glencoe, IL, and Board Member and Artistic Associate. Her co-adaptation of Crime and Punishment, w/Curt Columbus, is the recipient of a 2003 Joseph Jefferson Award, a 2009 L.A. Backstage Garland Award and a 2009 nomination from the L.A. Drama Critics Circle (“Best Adaptation”). Her play My Own Stranger (w/Linda Laundra, based on the writings of Anne Sexton) is currently being made into a film. In addition to playwriting, Ms. Campbell is an award winning actress and host of an award winning radio show on WFMT called The Feminist Lens. For more, visit www.marilynRcampbell.com
Linda was a co-founder of The Writers Theatre in New York City where she served as its Artistic Director for over 10 years. She directed numerous plays for the company and helped develop hundreds of others. Linda moved from stage to screen through Daytime Television where she was a Producer and Director for 12 continuous years, working for the 3 major networks. She was nominated for Emmy’s as a producer and a director. Her first show was GUIDING LIGHT then, ANOTHER WORLD and concluded her daytime life at ALL MY CHILDREN. Her first film, JEAN, based on the final chapter of Mark Twain’s autobiography, won several awards in the Festival Circuit. She is currently working on 3 screenplays, including her first feature film of the play MY OWN STRANGER, which she adapted with writing partner, Marilyn Campbell. She serves on the Directors Council of the Directors Guild of America, where she created and chaired the first long-standing women’s committee, Focus on Women.