The Truth In This Art - A Baltimore Podcast

The Truth in this Art is Baltimore-based Rob Lee's documentary podcast where artists, entrepreneurs and tastemakers share their stories.

https://www.thetruthinthisart.com/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 39m. Bisher sind 666 Folge(n) erschienen. .

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 19 days 13 minutes

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episode 2: Q&A with Baltimore-based artist and 2022 Sondheim Art Prize Winner James Williams II


James Williams II is a curator and interdisciplinary artist whose work encompasses painting, sculpture and photography. He's the 2022 Sondheim Art Prize winner.


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episode 1: Q&A with New York Times Best selling author D Watkins


D Watkins is the New York Times bestselling and award-winning author of The Beast Side, The Cook Up, Where Tomorrows Aren’t Promised and We Speak for Ourselves.


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episode 104: Q&A with MICA Open Studies' Brandon Ball


Brandon Ball is a Designer Leader who provides creative problem solving and innovation strategy to clients. He partners with teams to craft and transform customer experiences. He lives and breathes design, combining his passion for the arts with business


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episode 103: Q&A with MICA Open Studies' Trish Moore


Patricia “Trish” Moore grew up in the Parkville area of Baltimore County and knew from an early age she wanted to be an artist. Moore who not only is a professional graphic designer for the University of Maryland Extension office, but she is also a part-t


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episode 102: Q&A with MICA Open Studies' Ariana Parrish


Ariana Parrish is a trained architect, property manager, community activist, and artist.


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episode 101: Q&A with MICA Open Studies' Natovian McLeod


Natovian McLeod is an artist and educator working in Baltimore, MD.


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episode 100: Q&A with MICA Open Studies' Sabrina Dépestre


Sabrina Dépestre is the Director of Brand Marketing for Open Studies at the Maryland Institute College of Art.


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episode 99: House and Afro-beat DJ Jay Rags


Jay Rags is a deejay, poet, creative, promoter, and former coffee shop owner from Baltimore, now based in Medellin, Colombia. To hear him dj is to hear a soulful House, Afro-beat, & discofied funk.


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Q&A with Austin-based Entrepreneur Alex Johnson


Alexandria Johnson is an Austin-based entrepreneur. She has built her professional career as an influencer partnership strategist, and her life’s work around her building her community, empowering black girls/women, and maintaining her family legacy as A


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Things To Do In Baltimore from The Station North Arts District


Located in the heart of Baltimore, Station North was the first area in Baltimore to receive the State designation as an Arts & Entertainment District in 2002...


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