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Lisa Degliantoni created Open Studios Evanston, a citywide celebration of the arts, to take place from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 6. In this episode of The Christine Wolf Podcast, Degliantoni and commercial photographer Chris Bradley discuss their passion for the Evanston art community and how they both stretched their career boundaries to make an event like this come to life.
Now in its second year, the program now known as Open Studios Evanston features more than 100 artists like Heather Hancock, as well as 25 venues and live art events.
Degliantoni describes Open Studios Evanston as "a self-guided tour through several mediums of art," concluding with an alley art party from 5-9 p.m. at Bookends & Beginnings. A public viewing party and artists' reception is scheduled for 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, June 4, at Evanston's Noyes Cultural Arts Center.
This episode was recorded in an incredible room generously donated by The Studios at SPACE. With its wide array of vintage and premium gear, The Studios at SPACE may be the perfect setting for your next recording project. Tucked away behind SPACE’s bustling live concert venue, the studios offer a uniquely inspiring environment for tracking, production, and mixing. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your next project.
Actress, Educator and Director, Karen Vicks executive Director of Ascension Galleries; is a triple threat in the Entertainment world. Join Host, Rikki R. Jones as she talks with talented lady of the film and stage on her new and upcoming projects and her Acting Studio
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Join us for a conversation that connects us to the Netherlands, art, animation, online learning and entrepreneurship. Dutch entrepreneur Anneke Camstra talks to us about art, teaching and animation. Anneke has traveled through the globe, made or took part in numerous expositions from coffee shops, galleries, hospitals to bigger international expositions. She has worked in an international community of sculptors in Italy, lived in Portugal and have worked for more than ten years in the cultural mixed artist studios in the Bijlmer, Amsterdam. Now Anneke's mission lies in the online world where she intrends to fire up people's creativity.
An entrepreneur artist, she has turned to online learning as a side hustle complement in her retirement. Listen in for a warm conversation about a entrepreneurial woman in the wisdom stage of life.
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Host Kevin Hunter features Melody Kranz of Storytelling Photography on The Business Forum Show. It's not every day that you meet an artist who has an eye for their artistic passion and their business. Melody has a great story to share about her business.
At Storytelling Photography, I believe that every photo has a story to tell.
A special moment just waiting to become your timeless memory.
I would love to have the opportunity to capture your story,and exceed your expectations. Call today for your appointment.
Today Ebony Empress will be talking to George Lee Jr about his book... “Lov(H)er”
George Lee Jr. began writing at the age of 12 beginning with poetry and Hip Hop influenced rhymes and songs. In his mid-20s he began publicly performing his poetry in the form of spoken-word in and around NE Ohio open-mics, coffeehouses, bookstores, art galleries and universities under the pseudonym of Echo. By the time he was well into his 30s, he had been a member of several spoken-word collectives having performed in Akron, Detroit, Columbus, Atlanta, New York City, Philadelphia as well as his hometown of Cleveland among many other cities. This platform also awarded him the opportunity of auditioning and then qualifying as a finalist to perform on HBO’s now defunct DefPoetryJam in 2005.
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Will Clipman began playing his father’s drums and his mother’s piano at the age of three. He played his first professional gig at fourteen, and has since then mastered a pan-global palette of over one hundred percussion instruments in addition to the traditional drumset. Will is a seven-time GRAMMY® Nominee, a three-time Native American Music Award Winner, a Canadian Aboriginal Music Award Winner, a New Age Reporter Music Award Winner, a two-time TAMMIE Award Winner, and has been inducted into the Tucson Musicians Museum for his contributions to the musical community in his hometown. Will has recorded over sixty albums, including over thirty for Canyon Records, where he is regarded as the house percussionist. In addition to his solo work, Will performs and records with R. Carlos Nakai and William Eaton, among many other internationally-acclaimed artists and ensembles. Will’s solo CD Pathfinder earned a GRAMMY® Nomination for Best New Age Album. His Planet of Percussion® performance and workshop provides a hands-on tour of world music rhythm and polyrhythm.
Will is also an accomplished maskmaker and storyteller. His Myths & Masks® performance and workshop combines his original mask art, mythopoetic storytelling, and multicultural world music, and is now available as a DVD. Will has provided over two hundred workshops, lecture-demonstrations, master classes, full-length artist-in-residencies, and self-realization events to elementary, middle, and high schools, colleges and universities, art galleries, libraries, adult prisons, juvenile detention facilities, senior centers, hospitals, parks and recreation programs, retreat centers, spas and resorts.
For more insights into Will’s creative world, please visit www.willclipman.com
Today on Disabled Veteran Radio we continue the fight to get Thousand Of Disabled Veterans Fully Compensated by The Veterans Administration for misdiagnosing Disabled Veterans with a Personality Disorder on the date of discharge. Which made the thousands of Disabled Veterans like myself miss out on VA Benefits for years. When the correct Diagnoses should have been PTSD. This is what my VA Psychatrist states and the Government Office Of Accontability States in 2008 report. And as a special guest today Jeffrey Burchard of Burchard Galleries to talk about what items are HOT in the auction world and about his up and coming auction in April.
Find out what your treasured items are worth tomorrow with special guest Jeffrey Burchard of Burchard Galleries in St. Petersburg, Florida. Post your item on my face book page bill apgar and Mr. Burchard will be able to see it and call in live this Tuesday 3/31/15 to Disabled Veteran Radio which will stream live through http://billapgar.com. The Broadcast you are hearing now is from last weeks show. So tell Grandma and Grandpa - Tell your neighbors and friends. If you have something you think is worth something painting, old jewlery, furniture the items are endlist So enjoy broadcast tonight and call into the show tomorrow live at 4:06pm live out of Bradenton, Florida on AM 1490 WWPR
Mandy Eppley speaks with visual artist Gypsy Hundley about how her creative spirit is reflected in her artwork and is her passionate way of serving in the world.
Gypsy Hundley has been painting full time for over 10 years. Her work has been displayed in galleries throughout the nation and purchased from thousands of spirits world wide. Starting out as an outsider/folk artist, Gypsy spent years traveling the unknown roads touring art shows and seeking galleries while living out of her van. Her tenacity to evolve and pursue an art career gave her strength to move forward. Her continual changes in her style has gained respect, recognition and admiration.
When she speaks of her art, it is as if she's telling a story of an ancient love she has danced through life with, hand in hand. "I wouldn't know what I would do if I couldn't create. I am so very blessed and choose to carry those blessings to others through my colors and imagination. Hopefully to heal and brighten other lives."
This was todays broadcast of Disabled Veteran Radio on WWPR AM 1490 in Bradenton, Florida. We play Rep. Jeff Miller interview from this morning FOX & FRIENDS. We play a local Band from Oldsmar, Florida called Drunken Bassist. We hear from Jeffrey Burchard from Burchard Galleries in hour number 2 and we always welcome your question and comments. Also please sponsor or under write some radio broadcast for Disabled Veteran Radio log into http://www.billapgar.com or send donations vi snail mail Bill Apgar P.O. Box 262 Oldsmar, FL 34677
Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday, March 12th, 2015 at 3:00 pm PST is French Canadian jewelry artist Matthieu Cheminee.
Please join us for this live interview and participate by logging onto the chat room or by sending a message to Whaley Studios via Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.
“I was born in Paris and at the age of 19 moved to Taos, New Mexico, where I started learning jewellery making from Navajo, Hopi and Zuni silversmiths. Seven years later I moved to Mali, West Africa where I studied with Touareg and Bambara jewellers for several years.
I then established myself in Montreal where I joined a jewellery school to learn a more classical view of the trade. Since my arrival there I have been making jewellery and selling it in galleries and shows throughout Canada and the United States. For the past seven years I have been teaching jewellery at a professional school.
For many years now, I have been working to give back to the West African jewellers who taught me and have given me so much. One of the ways I have been doing this is through a teaching collaboration. I have been filming old techniques in Guinea, Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso and then creating a course from those videos. I offer these classes in Montreal and split the proceeds with the African jeweller. The revenue created by this equitable collaboration is leading to formidable changes in the lives of these wonderful and skilful jewellers.
I have also been giving many conferences on West African jewellers, their techniques and their day-to-day lives. My hope is to open a jewellery school in Guinea in the near future.”
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This will be a very informative show for a upcoming artist reception at the Liv Again gallery. Here the feedback of two of the four young talents who will be displaying on March 14th. Here how they are inspired, motivated, and most of all how they bring their visions to life through the arts. A show you won't want to miss!
Throughout every culture in history, there have been myths and legends that have influenced society and mankind as a whole. In our modern age there are still stories and legends that influence our culture, but some stand out among others. Four diverse artists come together to display their gratitude to these marvelous stories that shaped and altered their lives. Modern Mythology is a showcasing of these beautiful works.
Raised in Maryland, these four talented artists have spent years mastering their craft. Stephen Willey, Luke Martin, Alicia Martinez, and Kaitlyn Casey all vary in age as well as artistic style, and offer a new look at the stories that shaped their childhoods. With the help of the Liv Again Gallery in Cambridge, Maryland, these artists will be displaying their best and most powerful works. Promising a showcase of style unlike anything usually spotted in the galleries of Maryland, these artists will not disappoint any lover of television, cinema, or literature.
Modern Mythology will be held at the Liv Again Gallery in Cambridge, Maryland on March 14th, 2015 at 6pm. The show is open to the public and to all ages; admission is free, and food and drinks will be sold. The artists will also have products such as prints, shirts and other items for sale as well. Come out and support young artists, and enjoy the journey through the worlds as they have.
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