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Steve Desroches (47) talks to his friend Christopher Sousa (53) about being an artist in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
I talk to my mom about her upbringing and career and the challenges with it during Coronavirus
In this interview Makada talks about an experience she encountered with the application process and her time spent during her time at the Governors School of the Arts. She recalls how was it like as a student who intertwined from...
Brother and sister discuss key life moments and how they reflected the message of The Goldfinch
Sisters and coworkers Brooke Floyd (41) and Lesley Collins (37) share a conversation about working at Stewpot Community Services and about how they each grew as people within the organization.
Joey Oliveri (21) is interviewing his mother Pamela Oliveri (51) in our home in Peabody, MA. Pam gives motherly insight into what it’s like to be a parent and how her family before me influenced how she is today. She...
We're not the best at making podcasts. And by "we" I mean mostly me.
Carter Brooks (48) talks to his daughter Alison Savage Brooks (14) about his work in climate change art.
Joe Swanson, also know as "Trophy Joe", is an artist and skateboarder extraordinaire. We discusses childhood memories and what it was like to grow up as an introverted lefty in Richmond.
Dave talks to me about his favorite memories, his life, his wisdom that he has learned through his trials,memories, and experiences.
I sit down with my Nana (grandma) who is 82, turning 83 in a couple weeks. We talk about her childhood, her job, what it was like when she got a divorce, and how much she loves her family.
Sabrina Stallworth (57) shares a conversation with her friend and mentor Ellen Ellis Lee (81). They discuss their friendship, creative journeys, their families and upbringings, and their work.
Delora’s Grandmother gave a lesson she never forgot. She talks about her experiences growing up in Ohio and her art career.
Married couple, Fran Young (68) and Paul Young (72), recall stories and events that lead them to becoming international teachers, traveling to many countries, culture shocks, and navigating life in Springfield, Missouri after traveling abroad.
thien ong: 2021-10-20 01:30:23 I interviewed my best friend which I've known since middle school. we went through the good and bad together and I would like to share her story on and view on art. Sarah Baab is a...
Her is my teacher about design and art about AJIS I ask something about art and design. I like design very much. So I interview with her. I ask something about her learning, is very fun. I hope when I...
Judy shares what she sees changing in SF currently and how her own life changed with involvement in the 1968 SF State strike, joining the women's movement, and going to Cuba in 1973.
In this interview I ask my mother about growing up in the woods and how it’s affected her. We talk about the arts and some of her childhood memories.