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Our guests on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday May 21st, 2015 at 3:00 pm PST are ceramic and metal artists Kranitsky and Overstreet.
We invite you to listen and participate in this live interview by logging onto the chatroom on Blogtalkradio.com or by sending a message to Whaley Studios via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
The creative collaboration between Kranitzky and Overstreet began in 1985 when a mutual interest in ceramics prompted them to create mixed-media jewelry to raise funds for a kiln. The serendipitous flourishing of this project launched their collaborative venture known then as Lost & Found. Over the years their jewelry has evolved into intricate, narrative brooches which are now in permanent museum collections including the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Smithsonian Collection: National Museum of Contemporary American Craft and the Design Museum Helsinki, Finland. Robin and Kim have participated in many exhibitions over the years and their work is featured in numerous publications. The Kranitzky & Overstreet studio is located in Richmond, Virginia, USA.
Aug 19, 2015 we celebrate 8 years on air so we have a Summer Preview Show for Season 8 http://madison2media.com
Mauricia Torres has been working as a figurative artist for the past thirteen years. Her works often deal with social issues as well as using mixed media, written text and found objects. She is currently finishing her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree and will be exhibiting a series of portraits at the Martha Gault Gallery in the Maltby center of Slippery Rock University. The portraits will feature members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trangender community and allies to prove that gender and sexual orientation cannot be judged simply by the exterior. The exhibition will run from December 8-15th with a reception from 5-7 on the 8th www.mauriciatorres.com http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/mauricia-torres.html
?The Media. Tonight we will have a very special guest, Mr. Allen Rosskopf, retired Journalism and English Professor. We will be tackling the following:
How the delivery of news has changed and the concept of what now passes as a news story, vs. what we have seen historically (print, TV and radio).
What part has technology played in the changing landscape of the media? Pros and Cons?
Are we adversely affected as a society, by the manner in which information is currently being disseminated?
What has happened to the Black Media (The Afro-American Newspaper, BET News, etc.)? Why is it relevant/necessary to the Black community?
Plan on an exciting dialogue and have your questions ready. No-Tea, Just talk. We'll be waiting.
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Dr. Ron Capps is a communications professor at a midwest university. He is an avid social media marketer and works with a variety of clients for online marketing an promotion.
The show is hosted by Ken English, an online marketing consultant with a video focus.
Dr. Capps will talk about his 68th Birthday Bundle of Social Media and other projects, including a special Facebook bundle of information products.
in Self Help
On tonight's show, we will be discussing the moral expectations and dilemmas of blending one's personal life and business. Is it ever OK to judge a person on their actions and behaviors when they're not at work? Should employers use facebook, twitter, instagram or any other social media source as a resource for hiring? I would love to hear what you think and invite you to join in on the fun. Do so by calling (646)929-0630, then press 1 to have an on air conversation with me. Don't really want to talk, but would love to simply listen in???? Great, call the same number (646)929-0630 (and do not press 1) or click on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/familyhealingcircle/2015/09/03/social-media-moral-expectations-in-the-workplace and enjoy!!!!