Artsxcraft Radio

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Synopsis

A podcast exploring process, innovation and what it takes to be creative.

Episodes

  • Art is King

    Art is King

    11/11/2014 Duration: 42min

    This episode we speak with Delta Tango Mike aka Danny Flores of the Art is King lecture/panel series and podcast about arts podcasting, the year in ATL arts and the role of government with the arts. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, SoundCloud or Stitcher keyword: artsxcraft "I never took any art classes. Noone told me there were art classes. I didn't know there were art schools. I knew art because there are murals all over L.A." - Danny Flores

  • Funding your art

    Funding your art

    13/10/2014 Duration: 46min

    This episode we explore how to fund art and art organizations. We speak to Susanah Darrow of Burnaway Magazine (www.burnaway.org) and Atlanta-Based artist and graphic designer Mister Soul (http://www.mistersoul216.com/).   "At some point you've got to come away from the hustle." - MisterSoul      

  • SPECIAL: The Afro punk epsiode

    SPECIAL: The Afro punk epsiode

    03/10/2014 Duration: 42min

    We talk with Afro punk organizers Matthew Morgan and Joceyln Cooper about this weekend's Atlanta show, about the birth of the Afro punk movement and about the future of Afro punk in Atlanta.

  • Revisiting Public Art

    Revisiting Public Art

    09/09/2014 Duration: 49min

    We speak with artist Michi Meko and art academic Kristin Jaurez about what public art means and what it means in Atlanta.  "The job of resurrectors is to wake up the dead" - Michi Meko

  • Exploring Documentary Arts

    Exploring Documentary Arts

    11/08/2014 Duration: 33min

    We chat with Atlanta-based documentary filmmakers and a documentary photographer about their process, their start and their work. "In filmmaking the Director is God but in documentary filmmaking God is the Director." -- Artemus Jenkins.  As always, visit artsxcraft.com for full raw interviews with each of our guests and other goodies.       

  • Design Matters

    Design Matters

    14/07/2014 Duration: 24min

    We talk with Atlanta visual artists about the idea of responsibility in an image-saturated media landscape. "I've watched it happen. I've watched people see design or communication come across them and just watched the inspiration wash over them." -- Ciera Tavana

  • Origin stories: Opening Night

    Origin stories: Opening Night

    09/06/2014 Duration: 25min

    We talk to artists and a curator to mine their thoughts about the process leading up to opening night of an exhibition. "A piece of art is kind of a microcosm of the show. The show is a piece of art itself." - Mike Germon

  • What is Art collection?

    What is Art collection?

    26/03/2014 Duration: 28min

    It doesn't take long to hear the term "collection," "art collection" or art collector in the art world. What do those terms mean? We ask Karen Comer-Lowe, Jerry Thomas and Miya Bailey to help us find out.    Karen Comer-Low is an adjunct Professor at Spelman College where she teaches visual arts. She’s also a curator at the Rialto, an art buyer and more. Jerry Thomas is an art collector and archivist of African-American art based in Atlanta, Ga.  Miya Bailey is a founder and owner of City of Ink Tattoo shop in Castleberry Hill, Atlanta. He is also a sculptor, painter and illustrator.  Music:Illastrate - “1ne 4 you”DJ Variable - “Tribal” Credits: Arts & Craft is produced, written and edited by Carla Aaron-Lopez & Dom Brady for Abenghorn Media and IamKingCarla. Distributed by Arts Beats & Lyrics Radio at ablradio.comMixing by Dom BradyGraphic Design by Carla Aaron-LopezPhotography by Carla Aaron-Lopez and Dom BradyEngineered by Dom Brady We be tweetin’ | twitter.com/artsxcraft, @dombrady, @iamkingc

  • Why in my backyard?

    Why in my backyard?

    26/03/2014 Duration: 34min

    Murals, street performance, statues, busking. Are they important? Are they necessarily a good thing? Art in the Public Sphere: Why in my backyard? We ask a group of artists and designers to explore the topic with us.   Music:Illastrate - “1ne 4 you”DJ Variable - “Tribal” Credits:Arts & Craft is produced, written and edited by Carla Aaron-Lopez & Dom Brady for Abenghorn Media and IamKingCarla. Distributed by Arts Beats & Lyrics Radio at ablradio.comMixing by Dom BradyGraphic Design by Carla Aaron-LopezPhotography by Carla Aaron-Lopez and Dom BradyEngineered by Dom Brady & Jabari GrahamSpecial Thanks to Nettrice Gaskins of Art21 / Georgia Tech www.nettrice.us We be tweetin’ | twitter.com/artsxcraft, @dombrady, @iamkingcarlaFollow our adventure on Tumblr | artsxcraftradio.tumblr.com

  • What does an artist look like?

    What does an artist look like?

    26/03/2014 Duration: 13min

    Have you ever seen someone on the street or in a class and thought, "THAT person looks creative?" I have. Carla hadn't. But we wondered if there was a method to determining whether or not someone is creative or artistic by the way they present themself.  We were suprised with what we found.  Music: Jay-Z / Fela Kuti - "Rock Boys" Nigerian Gangster Remix by Mike Love.Illastrate - “1ne 4 you”DJ Variable - “Tribal” Credits:Arts & Craft is produced, written and edited by Carla Aaron-Lopez & Dom Brady for Abenghorn Media and IamKingCarla. Distributed by Arts Beats & Lyrics Radio at ablradio.comMixing by Dom BradyGraphic Design by Carla Aaron-LopezPhotography by Carla Aaron-Lopez and Dom BradyEngineered by Dom Brady We be tweetin’ | twitter.com/artsxcraft, @dombrady, @iamkingcarla Follow our adventure on Tumblr | artsxcraftradio.tumblr.com

  • What is Art?

    What is Art?

    26/03/2014 Duration: 30min

    It seems like it's never easy to get an clear answer describing what Art is. Why is one specific item art and another something else? Carla and I ask the question “What is art?" We explore the idea with: Fahamu Pecou - fahamupecouart.comNikita Gale - nikitagale.comProf. Robert Brown - Chair of Printmaking at SCAD ATLMichi Meko - michimeko.com Music byIllastrate - “1ne 4 you”DJ Variable - “Tribal”OutKast - “Liberation”GooDie MoB - “Guess Who”Vera Hall - “Death Have Mercy” from Alan Lomax’s Songs of the SouthReverend R. C. Crenshaw & Congregation - “ I Love The Lord” from Alan Lomax’s Songs of the South Credits:Arts & Craft is produced, written and edited by Carla Aaron-Lopez & Dom Brady for Abenghorn Media and IamKingCarla. Distributed by Arts Beats & Lyrics Radio at ablradio.comMixing by Dom BradyGraphic Design by Carla Aaron-LopezPhotography by Carla Aaron-Lopez and Dom BradyEngineered by Dom Brady We be tweetin’ | twitter.com/artsxcraft, @dombrady, @iamkingcarla Follow our adventure on Tumbl