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.

https://www.thetruthinthisart.com/episodes

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 39m. Bisher sind 701 Folge(n) erschienen. Jeden Tag erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 19 days 22 hours 19 minutes

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episode 21: Q&A with artist, curator, and storyteller Kesha Bruce


In this episode of The Truth In This Art, Rob interviewed Kesha Bruce, painter & storyteller, and they discuss her work, process and inspiration, and upcoming exhibition, Take Me To The Water at Morton Fine Art in DC starting September 17th.


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episode 22: Q&A with cartoonist Dr. Keith Knight


In this episode of The Truth In This Art, Rob interviewed Keith Knight, rapper, social activist, father and educator among them and he is also one of the funniest and most highly regarded cartoonists in America , and they discuss his work, Hulu's WOKE an


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episode 23: Q&A with creator of Afro-Punk James Spooner


In this episode of The Truth In This Art, Rob interviewed James Spooner, an American tattoo artist and graphic novelist who is best known for his seminal documentary film Afro-Punk, exploring the African American experience in the punk and alternative mu


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episode 25: Q&A with photographer and GoGo historian Chip Py


In this episode of The Truth In This Art, Rob interviewed Chip Py, a Photographer, Documentarian of DC Culture, Author "DC Go-Go: Ten Years Backstage, and they discuss photography, working with the The Godfather of Go-Go, Chuck Brown, and much more.


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episode 26: Q&A on Narrative Change with Evan Serpick


In this episode of The Truth In This Art, Rob interviewed Evan Serpick, a communications professional with backgrounds in journalism and social justice activism, and they discuss storytelling through the lens of social justice, local journalism, and much


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episode 27: Q&A with DC-based Artist & Arts Educator Christine Vineyard


In this episode of The Truth In This Art, Rob interviewed Christine Vineyard is a local DC artist and art teacher, working with all mediums and a concentration in photography, drawing and painting, and they discuss her work, teaching art and much more.


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episode 27: Q&A with Ben Otterbein (Otterbein's Cookies)


In this episode of The Truth In This Art, Rob interviewed Ben Otterbein, vice president of Otterbein's Cookies, and they discuss cookies (obviously), being a Baltimore brand and much more.


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episode 29: Q&A with Lee Johnson-Lowe (Lord Baltimore Hotel)


In this episode of The Truth In This Art, Rob interviewed Lee Johnson-Lowe, Director Of Sales Marketing at Lord Baltimore Hotel, and they discuss his hospitality career, history of The Lord Baltimore Hotel and much more.


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episode 29: Q&A with curator BeMo Brown


In this episode of The Truth In This Art, Rob interviewed BeMo Brown, a producer, curator, and creative impresario based in Washington DC, and they discuss his work, creativity in Washington DC and much more.


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episode 30: Q&A with Jocelyn Broadwick (An Evening of Vintage Smut)


In this episode of The Truth In This Art, Rob interviewed Jocelyn Broadwick, Highlandtown's reigning "Mistress of Smut" and host and curator of Baltimore's randiest reading series, An Evening of Vintage Smut , and they discuss the book series and much mo


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