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Mamushka's Arts Cafe, 31 NW 36st in Miami's Wynwood Art District is the site of tonight's broadcast.
The Wynwood Social Club is at the epicenter of the Wynwood Art District, across the street from Joey's Wynwood Cafe. I decided to visit during Gallery Walk, 13 June 2009. This show was done with a cellphone and features brief interviews with several people.
Liquid Lounge is an art and entertainment show, with a little adventure travel mixed in. This week, I'm at Mamushka Arts Cafe in the Midtown Miami section of the Wynwood Arts District. The first week in December is Arts Week in Miami, so I'll be focusing attention on Art Basel Miami Beach 2008 activities for a while. Produced and hosted by Ken English, the BlogTalkRadioGuy for the Social Radio Network
This week's guests:
David Slavin is a member of the UUA Journey Toward Wholeness Transformation Committee. He holds a Ph.D in modern world history and has taught a dozen Adult Religious Education courses on the interaction of race and class.
Wynwood 'Woody' Curry is Clinical & Associate Director of Baltimore Station, an innovative therapeutic residential treatment program supporting veterans and others who are transitioning through the cycle of poverty, addiction and homelessness to self-sufficiency.
Natalie Fenimore is the minister of Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church in Camp Springs, MD and President of the Liberal Religious Educators Association.
Your hosts are Carlton Elliott Smith, one of the ministers of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington (VA), and Alex Boston, one of its members.
The New Jim Crow RadioBlog is brought to you by the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington (VA), Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church (Camp Springs, MD), Accotink Unitarian Universalist Church (Burke, VA), All Souls Church, Unitarian (Wash., DC), the First Unitarian Church of Baltimore, the Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis, and the Joseph Priestley District of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
The New Jim Crow is the 2012-2013 UUA Common Read.
My walking tour began with Perry Milou at the Milou Gallery. I was joined by Mamushka at her Wynwood Arts Cafe. Collage artist Erica King was at Icon Art Studio and art consultant Lenore Stern-Morris was at Lurie-Kavachnina Gallery.
Eclectic restaurant with an art gallery and cultural entertainment mix. Owner Mamushka is an actress, artist and entertainer, so the clientel is interesting, to say the least. Issac Perelma, director of DotFiftyOne Gallery is also on the show.
Patrick Doval is an American musician, singer, producer, multi-instrumentalist & video director, whose “80’s” inspired musical style, fuses elements of alternative rock with a new wave sound. In 2008, he independently released two-albums, “Deliverance” & “Fractured” and built a large following online, on his Myspace & Youtube pages. Patrick has also created, directed & edited numerous low budget music videos to many of his songs. Doval’s videos are creative and have gained attention from the artist community. In September 2010, his video for the song "Don't Let Me Go" was selected for the Deceptive Eye Video & Photography Festival at the Curators Voice Art Projects in the Wynwood art district. Later that year, his video for the song "Love" was selected for the Eclectic Art Exhibition, a silent auction and charity event for children at the prestigious Nina Torres art gallery. In January of 2011, "She's From Outer Space" music video premiered in Art Basel Miami His songs have now sold in 13-countries via iTunes & his latest album, "Unintended Consequence" is digitally distributed by Interscope Records.
It's Friday night, December 5th, halfway thru Art Basel Miami Beach 2008. Guests include Mamushka, Diego Victoria, Gino Tozzi and a few cameos. Show produced and hosted by Ken English, the Blogtalkradioguy.
Artists Brigitte Andrade and Maria Alquilar talk about their art.
LAUREL TRUE and GEORGES METELLUS are back to describe the creation of Phase Two of an extraordinary mosaic mural in Jacmel, Haiti. Laurel also speaks about filtering the influence of folkloric cultures on her own work. RANDY BURMAN is an assemblage sculptor, who capitalizes on his packrat tendencies to provide inspiration. He describes his artistic evolution working process. For a current show/performance event at Artformz Alternative Gallery in Wynwood (Miami), he encourages the destruction of existing artwork. "Old Art Must Die In Order For New Art To Be Born" reads a neon sign.
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