The Truth In This Art - A Baltimore Podcast

The Truth In This Art is a podcast featuring authentic, intellectually curious conversations with contemporary artists, cultural works and small business owners — about their process, ideas that go into their work, and everything in between. The Truth In this Art is a podcast for artists, creative entrepreneurs and curious listeners. Hosted by Rob Lee.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 39m. Bisher sind 774 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint täglich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 21 days 19 hours 59 minutes


episode 84: Interview with Chef & Owner of Foraged Eatery Chris Amendola

Chef Chris Amendola is the Executive chef and owner at foraged. a hyper-seasonal eatery. Foraged is a new take on farm-to-table. each item on the menu is comprised of local and seasonal ingredients. the concept is true to chef chris amendola's ethos in t


 2022-06-29  36m

episode 85: Q&A with CEO and creative director Cary Michael Robinson (Artbae)

Cary Michael Robinson is the CEO and creative director of Artbae, The creative lifestyle brand made for those who desire to explore their divine-ly-inspired impulse to create!


 2022-07-01  35m

episode 86: Q&A with Fells Point Cultivated Creations

Fells Point Cultivated Creations is a vibrant community space with a wide variety of plants, terrariums and a curated collection of art from local makers. Based in Baltimore, Maryland


 2022-07-02  40m

episode 86: Q&A with Director Michelle Faulkner-Forson BIG Improv

Michelle Faulkner-Forson is the Managing Director of The Baltimore Improv Group (BIG). The Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) advances the art and appreciation of comedy improv in the Baltimore region through enthusiastic participation and education. BIG en


 2022-07-06  35m

episode 86: Q&A with theatre artists Josh Thomas & Caitlin Hernandez

Fools and Madmen is a series of mobile hip hop adaptations of Shakespeare’s plays, touring Baltimore City Schools and communities. Our goal is to bridge hip hop and classical theatre culturally and artistically, and to combat racial disparity in classical


 2022-07-07  35m

episode 87: Q&A with Journalist Michael O'Connell

Michael O’Connell is a field editor with Patch in Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. He is also the host and producer of the weekly It's All Journalism podcast and produces the Better News podcast for the American Press Institute.


 2022-07-08  55m

episode 88: Q&A with 2017 Walter & Janet Sondheim Art Award Cindy Cheng

Cindy Cheng is an artist that lives and works in Baltimore, MD. She enjoys puzzles and learning about what her friends like to collect. She has been a resident at the Vermont Studio Center and the Anderson Ranch Artist Residency. She is a 2018 recipient o


 2022-07-11  36m

episode 88: Q&A with Baltimore-based comedian Ivan Martin

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida he brings characters to the stage that present an outlook on the hardships of life from a gentleman’s perspective. Ivan’s comedy is realistically clever and honest, but also focuses on his experiences throughout his c


 2022-07-13  35m

episode 89: Q&A with interdisciplinary artist Mojdeh Rezaeipour

Mojdeh Rezaeipour is an Iranian-born interdisciplinary artist who works primarily in mixed media, installation, and film. Her recent research and creative projects are excavations of material memory at the intersection of her own story and a collective di


 2022-07-14  39m

episode 90: Q&A with designer & owner Rodney Salvador (REUS)

Rodney Salvador is the driving force behind REUS Laboratories. Established in Brooklyn, NY in 2018, REUS is a BIPOC-owned, high-fashion streetwear brand focused on sustainability and hand craftsmanship.


 2022-07-15  45m