The Truth In This Art: Baltimore, Arts & Culture

The Truth In This Art is Rob Lee's series of candid, intellectually curious conversations with artists, creatives and entrepreneurs — about their process, ideas that go into their work, and everything in between. Listen to the complete archives of 400-plus interviews with guests from Baltimore & beyond including photographer Devin Allen, filmmaker (Afro-Punk) & graphic novelist James Spooner, comedian Roxxy Haze, NPR's LaFontaine Oliver and many more.

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Q&A with Tour Ambassador Harrison Eppright (Visit Austin)


Harrison Eppright is a native Austinite, professional tour guide, historian and the Manager of Visitor Services/Tour Ambassador at Visit Austin.
Harrison is very passionate about history, African American cultural heritage, and architecture of Austin. In this conversation Harrison, shares many interesting stories and facts about Austin past and present.

PHOTO BY JOHN ANDERSON

THE TRUTH IN THIS ART BEYOND

The Truth in this Art Beyond is a spin-off of The Truth In This Art. Where the original series focused primarily on Baltimore, this series extends outside of Charm City to engage in artistically and culturally conversation and sharing rich stories from our favorite cities. As always, creativity matters here!

The series is produced with the generous support from Raasin in the Sun , BlackArtMattersATX and Six Square. Raasin in the Sun, an Austin based Nonprofit organization who's work focuses on cultivating resilience through art and environmental initiatives. BlackArtMattersATX, amplifying Black voices in Austin's cultural conversation by financially supporting new work from Black Artists based in Austin.  Six Square work focuses on preserving and celebrating the historic legacy of the African American community that once thrived in Central East Austin.

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