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  • 00:24

    Kansas City a More Beautiful Place to Live with Leopold Gallery Art Consulting

    in Entrepreneur

    Since 1991, the nationally ranked Leopold Gallery has helped Kansas City’s private collectors and corporate clients build art collections of enduring quality. On this episode of Smart Company KC, host Kelly Scanlon speaks with Paul Dorrell, the owner of Leopold Gallery and Art Consulting. Paul works to attract private collectors building their art collections with a focus on local creators.  Leopold Gallery has been inspiring business owners and homeowner for 25 years and was named part of the 2016 class of 25 Under 25® Winners.

    To listen to more shows with host Kelly Scanlon please visit our archives.

  • 01:00

    Magical Experiments: The Mysteries of Avalon

    in Spirituality

    Join Taylor Ellwood of Magical Experiments as he interviews Annwyn Obermyer about her work with the Avalon mysteries. We'll discuss Annwyn's spiritual path and tradtion and what the Avalon mysteries are and how they can be worked with meaningfully. We'll also discuss Annwyn's Ouroborose school of magic and witchcraft and what is taught in that school.

  • 01:05

    Let's Talk! Art & Sol with the SONART GALLERY, Where Art Meets Hip Hop!

    in Art

    Join HMi Radio as we get aquainted with the Master of fusion art, with Naeemah Afi of Art & Sol Uptown Food Bar at SONART Gallery located in the state of "Brotherly Love." 

    Son Art Gallery
    7122 Germantown Ave
    Philadelphia Pa.

    Here's a writeup from the Philadelphia Sun on:

    February 26, 2016 Category: Local Posted by: Philadelphia Sun Staff

    By Kendall Alexander


    “When I do a series of paintings, I approach it like an album, each piece is a single,” says self-taught artist Amir Lyles in the back room of his florid gallery named S.O.N. A.R.T. 

    Since December 2014 the gallery has made 7122 Germantown Avenue its home and leaves visitors anxious to return. 

    Look anywhere on the walls and your eyes are enticed by bold images of musicians, civil rights leaders, or ordinary people surviving.  Roots music coming from in-house DJ Osiris’ turntables take sweet smelling incense helps you enjoy the Son Art experience—an experience owners Amir Lyles and Naeemah Patterson are honing daily.

    “Leave your reservations at the door,” Lyles said. We’re not by those books, we’re by our books.  We do it the way we do it.

    The name of the gallery is an acronym for “Something Out of Nothing, A Revolutionary Talent,” chosen before Patterson gave birth to their twin daughters.  Patterson endorses the space, encouraging Lyles to make the space universal for all talent.


  • 01:02

    #027: Is the Contemporary Art Market Complete Bullsh*t?

    in Art

    Since the 1950s, the chasm between art world academics and the general public has been an ever-expanding bridge too far. With contemporary art works fetching hundreds of millions of dollars at auction, and with celebrity art collectors like Eli and Edyth Broad building private museums exclusively showcasing post-war and contemporary art, public acceptance faces off in a coin toss with complete and utter public outrage. What does the future hold for the contemporary art market? Are we on the cusp of another art bubble burst? Is the world art market a high-stakes grift? Matt and special guest Shaun Berke answer these questions and more on this special Art Business Report. Check it out on this latest episode of Pod Sequntialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!

    Produced by Mason Booker

    Engineered by Mason Booker

    Theme music "Rumble" provided by www.Bensound.com

    Logo design by Joshua Geisler www.selfuno.com


  • 01:53

    Joseph Illidge Talks Solarman and Comics with Graphic Policy

    in Pop Culture

    Graphic Policy has a brand new episode with guest Joseph Illidge. Joseph joins Brett and Elana to discuss the upcoming Solarman from Scout Comics as well as his impressive career.

    After a twenty-five year hiatus Solarman returns! Ben Tucker is a teenage hacker going after the wealthy and corrupt, fighting bullies, and living in his father's basement. When a mysterious alien attacks a space station conducting secret experiments, Ben is accidentally exposed to extraterrestrial technology and imbued with nuclear-based power. Now Ben Tucker is a fugitive from the police, an alien menace, and a paramilitary division hunting him down, with the intention to capture...or kill.

    Joseph Phillip Illidge is a public speaker on the subjects of race, comics and the corporate politics of diversity. In addition to his coverage by The New York Times, CNN Money, the BBC and Publishers Weekly, Joseph has been a speaker at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Digital Book World’s forum, Digitize Your Career: Marketing and Editing 2.0, Skidmore College, The School of Visual Arts, Purdue University, on the panel “Diversity in Comics: Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Sexual Orientation in American Comic Books” and at the Soho Gallery for Digital Art in New York City.

    Joseph is the Head Writer for Verge Entertainment. His graphic novel project, “The Ren,” about the romance between a young musician from the South and a Harlem-born dancer in 1925, set against the backdrop of a crime war, will be published by First Second Books, a division of Macmillan.

  • 01:57

    PTRNE ~ ENCUENTRO XX ~ Magia Sexual y Ritos Sexuales

    in Spirituality

    ENCUENTRO: Un lugar donde cabemos todos


    PTRNE ~ ENCUENTRO XX ~ Magia Sexual y Ritos Sexuales

    En el Mundo, En Vivo

    Viernes 29 de Abril 2016

    10:00am - Alaska (EE.UU.).
    11:00am – PT USA (Hora del Pacífico/EE.UU.).
    12:00pm – México & Centroamérica (El Salvador, Costa Rica, etc.).
    1:00pm – CT USA (Hora Central/EE.UU.), Perú & Colombia.
    1:30pm – Venezuela.
    2:00pm – ET USA (Hora del Este/EE.UU.), Paraguay, Bolivia & Rep. Dominicana.
    3:00pm – Chile, Argentina & Uruguay.
    7:00pm – Reino Unido & Portugal.
    8:00pm – España, Francia, Alemania.

    Chat En Vivo!!!

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    Puedes escuchar En Vivo a través de esta Página, pero también a través del Skype (y es Gratis). Simplemente presiona el Botón de Skype que se encuentra en la parte superior, entre el título y la presentación de imágenes. Las Ventajas de Escuchar En Vivo a través de Skype son: (1) Mejor Volumen; (2) Mejor Streaming o Reproducción de Sonido; (3) Que si presionas el #1 en tu teclado numérico del Skype entras a la Lista de Llamadas en Espera y podrías hablar Al Aire con los conductores cuando abran los micrófonos a preguntas o al público; (4) Que en caso de que el Episodio llegase a prolongarse más allá del Tiempo Originalmente Programado: ¡Tú seguirás aún así escuchando la conversación!

  • 00:53

    Ted Riederer, Art, Vinyl and Pop Culture!

    in Pop Culture

    A “one-time refugee from punk and sometime band member,”Ted Riederer has armed himself with painting supplies, electric guitars, ampliers, old LPs, record players, drum kits, hard disk recorders, photography equipment, a vinyl record lathe, and long-stemmed roses as he’s ambled artistically from the Americas to the Antipodes. His work has been shown nationally and internationally including exhibitions at PS1, Prospect 1.5, Goff and Rosenthal Berlin, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, Jack Hanley Gallery (San Francisco), Marianne Boesky Gallery, Context Gallery (Derry, Ireland), David Winton Bell Gallery (Brown University), The University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, the Liverpool Biennial, and the Dhaka Arts Center, Bangladesh. His Never Records project has traveled from New York, to Liverpool, to Derry, to New Orleans, to Texas, and to London, which was sponsored by the Tate Modern.

  • The Knowledge Show Live Featuring Carl E. David and Bree Noble

    in Radio

    Topic 1:Remembering Prince Roger Nelson, Shout Outs and Announcements 

    Topic 2: Our guest at 645p is Carl E. David of the Art World. He will be talking with us briefly about his collection in the David David Gallery and serious discussions of hurt, pain, and suicide. Join the Conversation at 914.219.0884.

    Topic 3: At 745p, Bree Noble is going to talk to us about the music industry and her role as a music industry coach. Join the discussion at 914.219.0884.

    Topic 4: Ask Malik

    Topic 5: Current Events DIscussion


    Topic 6: Final Thought


    After Show Chat: Journey Through the Bible with Malik. We will continue our journey with Deuteronomy34, Joshua 1-3.


    Thought for the Day/Week: Take the initiative to do some things for yourself and dont leave it to rely on the labor of others.

  • 02:02

    Got Lemonade" What is Beyonce's message in the production Lemonade?

    in Culture

    In my opinion, our social media and hip hop culture today has led people away from true art. Last weekend Beyoncé Knowles broadcasted a great piece of art.  No, it wasn't art you find at a gallery, but a visual portrayal of some of the trials and tribulations and resilience that many women experience.  It was an exhibit of true art.  When many people are asked their reaction to the HBO show "Lemonade", you'll find that it's usually not recognized the way I described above.  Did you see it? Did you like it? What's you opinion about Lemonade?

    Also, an issue that continues to have a troublesome presence in our society is molestation. Recently, the story and accusations that Afrika Bambaattaa, founder of the Zulu Nation has been molesting young boys over the past 30-40 years.  Have you heard about this?  What's your position? 

    We will CHop it up about these topics and so much more tonight from Midnight – 2AM.  347-637-3528 on blogtalkradio.com/crankhouseradio

  • 01:31

    Scott Michaels Hollywood’s Original Authority On Celebrity Deaths!

    in Paranormal

    Scott Michaels has been featured on E! Show Hollywood Death Trip, CNN, and his tour was paid tribute on FX’s American Horror Story. Scott also founded the popular website Findadeath.com, chronicling the last days of celebrities’ lives and deaths. 

    Scott Michaels, Hollywood’s original authority on celebrity deaths, is a guest on E!’s 20 Most Horrifying Murders and has been featured on CNN. He is the producer and host of Six Degrees of Helter Skelter, Dearly Departed, Volume I and Dearly Departed, Volume II and the host of a podcast where he gets the scoop on behind the scenes of celebrity deaths. Scott is co-author of Rocky Horror: From Concept to Cult and owns a one-of-a-kind Rocky Horror collection of set memorabilia that is on display in his Gallery.

    Scott Michaels became interested in death since attending his first funeral at the age of 3. He began his career in death by manning Hollywood’s infamous Grave Line Tours until he moved to England.  There, he founded the website Findadeath.com, chronicling the last days of celebrities’ lives and deaths. Upon his return to the US, and Grave Line now gone, Scott started the extremely popular Dearly Departed Tours in 2005. 

    More info: http://dearlydepartedtours.com/  and http://www.findadeath.com/

  • 00:31

    Creative Conversation with Artist Gwen Pruitt Arts Engagement

    in Visual Arts

     Gwen Pruitt is a fine artist who has had several solo exhibitions and commission of her large paint on canvas pieces.  Pruitt is  well-known for her versatility with mixed media from clay to glass and probably more so throughout the community as an Art Teacher.  She serves as the director of the Art Department for Prologue Schools and has designed a curriculum that harnesses the power of art and creative expression as a tool to empower  at-risk youth.  Pruitt plans to engage her art students in the various stages of installation from site preparation to ongoing programming and maintenance.

    She has been a driving force in the movement in teaching neighborhood youth art production.  Pruitt is a retail gallery owner for a new retail venue in the called Tangible Things that features affordable work of many neighborhood artists.  Tangible Things will serve as a hybrid cafe, art store and community center. 

    Pop-up shops were opening in University of Chicago storefronts along 53rd Street,Nancy Jackson and Gwen Pruit swooped into a retail space on the other end of the neighborhood.4856 S. Cottage Grove Ave. The small shop, wedged in between a convenience store and nail salon, grew out of the past experiences and expertise of the two non-profit veterans – Jackson, executive director of youth job training and educational organization Prologue Inc., and Pruitt, a former employee of the Little Black Pearl Art and Design Center.


    How Arts and Cultural Strategies Enhance Community Engagement and Participation

    Tactical Urbanism, public participatory art projects allows the public to collaborate.