The Truth In This Art - An Arts & Culture Podcast

The Truth In This Art, hosted by Rob Lee, explores contemporary art and cultural preservation through candid conversations with artists, curators, and cultural leaders about their work, creative processes and the thinking that goes into their creativity. Rob also occasionally interviews creatives in other industries such as acting, music, and journalism. The Truth In This Art is a podcast for artists, art lovers and listeners interested in the creative process.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 39m. Bisher sind 846 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein täglich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 23 days 23 hours 39 minutes


Q+A with Ceramic Artist Heather Ossandon-Chapman

Heather Ossandon-Chapman creates ceramics that reflect her distinct background. Throughout her career, she has traveled through Asia, Central America, Europe and the United States. These experiences have cultivated techniques and methods that are incorporated into her studio practice. Focusing on functional pottery, and sculptural still lifes; traditional practices and everyday objects are the spotlight of her work...



Q+A with curator Jennifer Zwilling (The Truth In This Art Beyond : Philadelphia)

In today's episode of the Truth In This Art Beyond: Philadelphia, host Rob Lee interviews Jennifer Zwilling, Curator and Director of Artistic Programs at The Clay Studio. Together, they discuss Jennifer's career, the art of curation and what makes Philadelphia's artist unique.

Learn more about The Clay Studio Here: https://www.theclaystudio...



Q+A with Ceramic artist Ara Koh

Ara Koh was born in Seoul, South Korea from a fashion designer mother, and an industrial designer father. She received her BFA in Ceramics and Glass from Hongik University, Seoul, South Korea in 2018, and was an exchange student at California State University, Long Beach in 2016. Ara graduated with an MFA in Ceramic Art at New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 2020. Her works are installations claiming space...



Q+A with Media-Tech Entrepreneur Crystal I. Berger

Join host Rob Lee as he interviews Crystal I. Berger, the founder of EBO, an all-inclusive booking platform for media appearances. Crystal is a media-tech entrepreneur with over a decade of experience at FOX News Channel as a Senior Booking Producer and National News Feature Host. In this episode of Truth in This Art, Crystal discusses her journey in increasing on-air diversity by 85% while managing 1,300 local stations nationwide...



Q+A with Thread Coffee's Nani Ferreira-Mathews

Join us for an inspiring conversation with Nani Ferreira-Mathews, an author, freelance journalist, and community organizer, and a worker-owner at Thread Coffee Roasters in Baltimore, Maryland. With a bachelor's degree in journalism from Georgia State University, Nani started her career in coffee in a small Brooklyn cafe in 2011...



Q+A with artist & author Rafi Perez

In today's episode of the Truth In This Art, host Rob Lee interviews Rafi Perez, an award-winning contemporary artist,. the author of The Rogue Artist's Survival Guide, which is part of The Rogue Artist Series. This book offers an honest and unconventional approach to demystifying marketing for artists. Through his own journey, he provides the tools and mindset to navigate the art world and create a successful career...



Q+A with Visual artist Krishna Bala Shenoi

Krishna Bala Shenoi is a visual artist who spends his days working on illustrations and exploring film. His artwork, spanning a variety of styles, has accompanied children’s literature in picture books and short story collections from Tulika, Scholastic, Penguin, Karadi and Speaking Tiger, with projects from other publishers currently in development...



Q+A with artist Frankie Gautier

Francis Gautier, grew up living between Providence, Rhode Island and New York City. His family spent their weekdays in RI and the weekends in NYC. From a very young age, he fell in love with art in many forms but particularly the urban graffiti street art. Francis began emulating the graffiti he would observe as well as photographing everything he could within a cameras reach.

Ultimately, “I thought I was going to be a lifetime graffiti writer” says Gautier...



Q+A with artist Sheryl Oring (The Truth In This Art Beyond : Philadelphia)

Sheryl Oring is Dean of the School of Art at University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Sheryl Oring examines critical social issues through projects that incorporate old and new media to tell stories, examine public opinion and foster open exchange...



Q+A with illustrator Nick Tofani

In this episode, host Rob Lee sits down with Nick Tofani, an illustrator hailing from Massachusetts whose art is centered around the realms of horror and gaming. Join Rob as he delves into Nick's creative process, discussing his inspirations and techniques for bringing his chilling visions to life. Along the way, they explore the intersection between art and fear, and the unique challenges and rewards of creating illustrations that are both visually stunning and viscerally terrifying...