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.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 39m. Bisher sind 701 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint täglich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 19 days 22 hours 19 minutes


Q&A with CEO of Six Square in Austin Pamela Benson Owens

Pamela Benson Owens is the President and CEO of Edge of Your Seat Consulting, Inc and is also in her third year of serving as the CEO of Six Square.


 2022-08-03  38m

Q&A with Austin-based Writer & Essayist Jade Fabello

Jade Fabello is an Austin-based freelance writer. He has written for Texas Monthly, Austin Monthly, Thrillist, The Brown Journal of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, Study Hall XYZ, Batshit Times, and more. He primarily writes personal essays about cul


 2022-08-04  47m

Q&A with Entrepreneur, Creative Catalyst Chaka

Chaka is a storyteller through visual art, film/video, music, fashion, and events.


 2022-08-05  38m

Q&A with illustrator, graphic designer Jon Garcia

Jon Garcia is an illustrator, graphic designer, and filmmaker from Austin, TX.


 2022-08-06  38m

Things To Do In 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...


 2022-08-06  1m

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


 2022-08-07  32m

episode 1: Q&A with Baltimore-based photographer Devin Allen

Devin Allen, a Baltimore native, has quickly become one of the foremost voices in the movement for Black lives. In the spring of 2015, with the death of Freddie Gray and tensions high in the city, Devin wanted to be a part of the movement. Having never ph


 2022-02-01  48m

episode 2: Carol Rhodes-Dyson

Carol Rhodes-Dyson is a curator for the Reginald F. Lewis Museum & art curator for Busboys & Poets.


 2022-02-02  49m

episode 3: Quintel Harcum

Quintel Harcum, Founder of Good Part & Co. Health Cafe and Juice Bar


 2022-02-04  44m

episode 3: Kameron Robinson

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Kameron Robinson is a black Abtract and Conceptual artist. His aim is to create immersive spaces utilizing: visual, audio, and light as his mediums. His creative explorations involve shedding everyday expectations of what an


 2022-02-07  43m