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  • 01:30

    Visual Paranormal Radio

    in Paranormal

    Discussion program about but not limited to paranormal investigations. On our first show the Visual Paranormal investigators welcome psychic Kevin DeMaria who will be discussing his abilities and past personal experiences with the paranormal. Kevin will also be giving away a free private reading to a member of the audience toward the end of the show. Steve Galante and Ed Connors talk about  their experiences while on their investigations into the missing children abducted by suspected serial killer Andre Rand, Nell Ayres talks about Visual Paranormal's first Paranormal Access series of investigations. 

  • 00:30

    Visual Artist Brings Awareness to Social Justice Issues.

    in Art

    Chicago's Black Business Radio Network


    (All Black! All News! All You!)


    This segment is Art and Social Justice Issues, a combination some listeners might not be aware of. My goal is to connect you to social justice issues through art.


    On today's show,Visual Artist Brings Awareness to Social Justice Issues, we will be talking with a long time North Lawndale artist that brings awareness to social justice issues.



    Can a visual artist bring awareness to social justice issues?
    How do you bring awareness to a justice issue?
    Is there an issue right now?
    About the Restorative Justice Process.
    About the Restorative Justice Program.
    Coming back to North Lawndale.
    Learning about Black History.


    Thank you to listening to Art and Social Justice Issues. I'm Dianna Long and I am about connecting people to social justice issues through art.


    If you would like to sponsor one of our upcoming shows, please contact our show 's Executive Producer at cesarquiroz379@gmail.com.


    Dianna C Long, Host of "Art and Social Justice Issues"


    Chicago's Black Business Radio Network


    (http://www.chicagosblackbusinessradionetwork.com/)


     


     

  • 01:31

    Visual Paranormal Radio

    in Paranormal

    Paranormal discussion with Visul Paranormal investigators Ed Connors and Steve Galante. Guest psychic medium and author Morgana Star and an open micropphone segment for listeners to share their paranormal experiences. Topics: Can posessions actually happen and what causes a person to become "possessed"?

  • 00:30

    Inside Visual Artist: Josie Gonzalez

    in Art

    THIS IS A RECAP OF ONE OF OUR POPULAR EPISODES


    Born in New York City to Puerto Rican/Boriken parents, as a young artist Josie Gonzalez interned with Cityarts Mural Workshop, and apprenticed with artist Jorge Soto Sanchez at Taller Boricua in East Harlem, New York, while completing her BA in fine arts at Queens College. Her paintings and mixed media works have been exhibited in numerous NY galleries, including the Lehman, Rush and Point, as well as at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.   Recent works include the MTA  “Children at Play’, stained glass windows at the Woodlawn Avenue station in 2006 in the Bronx; FBHC’s ‘Jacob’s Place’ mural in 2008 at the Jacob’s Place building in the Bronx. Gonzalez has received numerous community awards. 

  • 01:00

    Break the Branch, Filmmaker and Visual Artist, Samantha Cornwell

    in Visual Arts

    Samantha Cornwell is a filmmaker, visual artist and writer. She is to be honored this month at the Winter Festival Event held by Melanie Closs and The Other Side, a resident guest on Voice of Evolution Radio. 


    Samantha's work finds the visual sensuality in her subjects, using color and texture as an extension of their spirits. Her music videos include Speculator, Love Like Deloreans, Psychik Handbook and others. Her artwork appears in spaces such as Public Fiction Gallery, This Must Be the Place Gallery, and Hunter East Harlem Gallery. 


    Break the Branch is her first feature, and will be shown at the International Film Festival of Spirituality Religion and Visionary in Jakarta, Indonesia as well as the Delhi Women’s International Film Festival. Break the Branch is a documentary portrait of the women of the Pardada Pardadi Educational Society in rural Northern India.


    “It is a true honor to be selected as the guest of honor for The Other Side Winter Festival this year. I have been involved with this organization since its early days, and it has been really a beautiful thing to watch it grow from a magical spark ... into a multi faceted organization offering an important outlet for young girls to express themselves. If it weren’t for my work with The Other Side, I probably would not have ever made Break The Branch. I truly owe them a great debt of gratitude.”


    You may join Melanie and Samantha at the Winter Festival on December 12th at 3-5 PM at Packer Collegiate Institute in Brooklyn, NY!


     

  • 00:30

    The 2016 ASWIFTT Literary Visual & Performing Arts AWARDS

    in Entertainment

    Join ASWIFTT RADIO Host, Brenda Johnson Padgitt along with her co-hosts Glenda Fields and Eunice Bridges on January 30, 2016 at 5 pm CST, 6 pm EST, and 3 pm PST, as they host The 2016 ASWIFTT Literary, Visual & Performing Arts Awards.  This will be ASWIFTT’s 2nd annual awards ceremony for ASWIFTT Writer’s Guild members and ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC authors.


    The awards recognition platform seeks to recognize and appreciate its members for their works, publications, community involvement and contributions in the Literary, Visual, & Performing Arts.  ASWIFTT Award categories range from Education, Global Outreach,Transitional Figure & More.


    Winners will have the opportunity to call in to give a 2 minute acceptance speech. They will also receive their awards and prizes in the mail.


    ASWIFTT is for the author, artist, playwright, movie producer, director, journalist, etc. who has the talent to put pen or brush to paper to create a unique & valuable piece of work. ASWIFTT is always looking for new talents to enhance the Literary, Visual & Performing Arts.


    The Mission of ASWIFTT Writer’s Guild is to mentor, support & help develop guild members in their chosen craft. ASWIFTT Writer’s Guild plays a key role in helping guild members to discover & use their God given talents to impact the world.


    For more information on:


    The 2016 ASWIFTT Literary, Visual & Performing Arts Awards Show e-mail us at: info@aswifttwritersguild.com

  • 00:31

    Inside Visual Artist: Aleathia Brown

    in Entertainment

    Aleathia Brown native of New York graduated Fiorello LaGuardia High School of Music & Art for Fine Art and earned her BFA at the School of Visual Arts for Media Arts and Art Education with a minor in Graphic Design. She completed a Certificate program for Commercial Art at Parsons School of Design and is listed with The National Museum of Women in the Arts Archives. With more than 25 years professionally making art & entrepreneurial endeavors, Aleathia has numerous solo and group exhibitions. Her works have been in permanent collections as well as collected nationally and internationally by patrons and organizations.  Aleathia’s art tells a visual story and often translates music into color, line, movement and texture. Her innate spirituality is present in the collection of her art. Live Art is another of Aleathia’s passions exposing her viewing audience to the process and development of making art. In this body of work Aleathia spontaneously paints in front of an audience. The on stage experience comes alive accompanied by Spoken Word & Live Music. Aleathia also creates and produces artist development initiative workshops and lectures. She is the 2014 Artist in Residence as lead Visual Art Director for Project Y.EA.H. producing mural/individual works on canvas with youth at risk in Harlem. Unveiled Unlocked a global initiative founded by Ms. Brown launched during Harlem Week 2012 has included My Hair is not my Femininity City College Windows on Amsterdam Gallery as exhibiting artist and guest Curator. It was awarded a West Harlem Local Development Grant through Columbia University to produce 5 segment discussions videotaped and posted fall 2013 online using social media, local television access channels citywide.


     

  • 03:00

    Tech Talk on the SoftwareONE Radio Network - Citrix, Intel, Visual Studio, Cloud

    in Technology

    Hey Tech Talkers, Lately we have been getting a lot of questions  on Development tools and cloud solutions. So tune in on Wednesday January 27th to hear all of the ins and outs of the development options from Microsoft. We will cover Visual Studio and the New Visual Studio Team Services Online.  We will also discuss best practices on estimating cloud needs. We'll focus on Azure and vCloud Air. And make sure to call in to ask a question of contribute to the conversation and get an Amazon Gift Card for all callers! Only on the SoftwareONE Radio Network.


    12:00 PM EST - What's new with Citrix


    12:30 PM EST - The Intel Security Report - "Trending Malware"


    1:00 PM EST - The new world of Visual Studio!


    2:00 PM EST - Estimating Azure Projects


    2:30 PM EST - Estimating vCloud Air Projects

  • 00:38

    Inside Visual Artist: Daniel Hauben

    in Art

    Daniel Hauben’s stock in trade has been the urban landscape. For more than 30 years he has been working on location in streets, in parks, from windows, and rooftops. Daniel received a degree in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He is an eight -time recipient of the BRIO Award from the Bronx Council on the Arts, and has been awarded artistic residencies in Spain, Germany, Costa Rica, Virginia, Connecticut and California. Mr Hauben has had over thirty national and international solo exhibitions including the Bronx Museum of the Arts and the American Embassy in Berlin. He has taught at the Pastel Society of America, the CUNY Graduate Center, the Art Students League, and currently teaches at the Riverdale YW-YMHA and the CCNY Spitzer School of Architecture. His public projects include “The EL” for the New York MTA’s ‘Arts For Transit’ program, and a twenty-two painting commission for a new (RAM Stern) library on the campus of Bronx Community College. His work is in corporate and public collections including The White House - Library of Congress - Museum of the City of NY - New York Historical Society - Harvard University - New York Public - Library - Zimmerli Art Museum.


    For more information visit: www.danielhauben.com


     

  • 00:29

    Flow Artist Magazine Auditions

    in Performing Arts

    Looking for a outlet to showcase your work and or accomplishments? we are here to help, FAM is a magazine designed to uplift all artist and give them the outlet they deserve to show the world what they are made of.


     


    Audition today.only:


    Poets


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  • 01:42

    Danny Greene (Visual Artist/Painter_)

    in Art

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Artist/Painter Danny Greene to the show:


    www.dannygreeneart.com


    Help Domina Angelina and Her Family
    http://dominaangelina.eflea.ca


    On the evening of January 16, 2014, Danny Greene was on his way to meet a client, when he was hit from behind by a hit and run driver. The driver came out of nowhere, speeding down the road, and did not stop after hitting Danny.


    The impact lifted Danny’s vehicle up from behind, and pushed him into oncoming traffic, where he was involved in a head on collision.


    Prior to the accident, Danny had not lifted a paint brush since his junior high art school class. He dabbled in art, mostly using oil pastels. However, after the accident, Danny found himself gifted with the ability to paint.


    As the symptoms worsened, the way he viewed the world changed. He suffered from audio and visual hallucinations. He began to see geometric patterns in everything, as people became shapes and colors. He started noticing the subtle changes of value, which appear to him as “triangles of light.” This way of seeing objects around him helps him to select his signature and unique color palate.
    To Danny Greene, color is everything. He is inspired by Santeria, and AfroCuban culture and people. He draws from the colors that he saw in nature while growing up in Hawaii, as well while recently visiting Cuba.


    Out of the tragedy of a near-fatal car accident was born a talent for art. As a young man, Danny had been involved in the arts, mostly through music, but had abandoned his artistic endeavors as he built a family. Hidden in the back of his mind was a desire to create, a desire to connect with the world in an artistic manner.